sculptorDüsseldorf is a city in western Germany, famous for its fashion industry and art world. Königsallee (Königsallee) is famous for its fashion showrooms and luxury retail stores along its sides. It is by far the busiest high-end shopping street in Germany.
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.
_We***24The Rhine, a 1,320-kilometer-long Alps in southeast Switzerland, is the first river in western Europe. It flows through Liechtenstein, Austria, France, Germany, and the Netherlands to the North Sea near Rotterdam.
sculptorThe construction of the Cologne Cathedral (KölnerDom) began in 1248, but was suspended around 1560. It was not until the 1840s that the project restarted, and the Great Twin Towers completed its original medieval plan in 1880. The cathedral is 157 meters high and is currently the tallest twin-tower church in the world.
sculptorThe market square is located in the center of the old town of Düsseldorf. On the north side of the square is the Düsseldorf Rathaus, which has a history of nearly 450 years. It is the oldest part of the building complex in the Old Town of Dusseldorf.
GLS***95You don't need to be an architecture buff to enjoy the edgy and sometimes whimsical structures on "Media Harbor " and there's lots to see here besides buildings. There are works by Frank Gehry, Joe Coenen, Claude Vasconi and Frank Gehry. The Roggendorf House adorned with "Flossis," colorful sticky men, is a favorite.