What to see in Dusseldorf?
The Konigsallee is an urban boulevard in Dusseldorf, state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The Konigsallee is noted for both the landscaped canal that runs along its center, as well as for the fashion showrooms and luxury retail stores located along its sides.
Schloss Benrath is a Rococo maison de plaisance near Dusseldorf, Germany, erected for the Elector Palatine Charles Theodore by his garden and building director and garden supervisor, Nicolas de Pigage. It was begun in 1755, and by the time it was completed in 1770, some elements of Neoclassicism were detectable in its interior finishing.
The Neandertal is a small valley of the river Dussel in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, located about 7.5 mi east of Dusseldorf, the capital city of North Rhine-Westphalia. The valley belongs to the area of the towns Erkrath and Mettmann. In 1856, the area became famous for the discovery of Neanderthal 1, the first specimen of Homo neanderthalensis to be found.
The beginnings of the Collection of the Kunstmuseum is dated back in the early 18th century and is increased to more than 100.000 Paintings, Sculptures, Drawings, Graphics, Photographies, applied arts objects and glass.
Kaiserswerth is one of the oldest parts of the City of Dusseldorf. It is in the north of the city and next to the river Rhine.
It was built in 1926 as a planetarium, the biggest in the world at the point of construction. During the 1970s it was converted into a concert hall.
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