North Rhine-Westphalia
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Churches and Cathedrals
Muhammad Kallabgreat church and its so Huge! the architecture is spectacular and once you enter this place, u feel that you went to a different planet
4.5/5
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Bridge
Muhammad KallabRomantic walks and sunset views are there! nice spot to propose to your girlfriend or just lock a chain there
4.4/5
100 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
心静如水927King's Avenue is known as the most elegant shopping street in the world, famous for luxury goods and international brands, is the Dusseldorf business district. It is a wonderful feeling to be in it. Impressive on both sides is the chocolate shop, the eye-catching, once inside the taste bud open, eat. Next is shopping!
4.5/5
161 Reviews
Museum
天空6572The Imuho Storwick Museum, also known as the Imuho Storwick Museum, is located near the Cathedral of the industrial city of Cologne in western Germany. It was founded in 1993, and was built by the famous German chocolate maker Mr. Storwick, with an investment of 53 million German marks.
4.4/5
84 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
sculptorDüsseldorf is divided by the Rhine River, with the Old Town (Altstadt) on the east bank and the modern business district on the west. In the old town, both the church of Saint Lambertus and the castle tower (castle tower) date back to the 13th century. The Old Town of Düsseldorf is called "the longest bar in the world" because there are more than 300 bars and discos in the old town. It is said that every bar counter is connected to the next door.
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Modern Architecture
GLS***95Soaring 240.5 meters high, this telecommunications tower offers visitors a birdseye view of Düsseldorf, especially of the cool Medienhafen buildings. Certain hours of the day allow for discounts and cuts down on the crowds.

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