Haus Bürgel, located near the city of Düsseldorf, is a former Roman fort converted into a Roman museum.
Nowadays, Haus Bürgel is as well characterized by a horse ranch and Reuter’s cart horse breeding.Classified as historic monuments, the warehouses have been renovated and a great many companies have moved in to this now "trendy" and very high-tech area. dating denmark Norddjurs A showcase of modern architecture, some of the buildings were built by very famous architects such as Frank Gehry, Steven Holl and Claude Vasconi.A journey to medieval times can be made in the city of Zons.The stronghold has been fortified in the Middle Ages to collect the customs duty from all ships heading towards Cologne on the Rhine.
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The Turmhof from the 14th century is home to a homeland-museum, which present the culture and history of the Untersee region.© Tourismus Untersee, photographer Theo Keller Büsingen is a German village in Switzerland (next to Schaffhausen).If you stop off in Düsseldorf, don't miss this fantastic new quarter! Nicknamed the "Kö" by its fans, the Königsallee is considered to be the most beautiful avenue in Düsseldorf. The first indoor ski centre opened its doors in Neuss in 2001.Politically Büsingen is German, but economically speaking, the Swiss law is applicable.
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The village is a so-called exclave, which, from Germany, can only be accessed through the border with Switzerland.Nowadays the city's historic district provides an impressive walk along the city wall - fortified with basalt rocks and dominated by its mighty towers.Dyck Castle in Jüchen is one of the most important castles in the Rhineland from an historical and cultural point of view.On the banks of the Rhine, a short distance away from the picturesque centre of Kaiserswerth, to the north of Düsseldorf, are the imposing ruins of the imperial palace of the legendary Emperor Frederick I Barbarossa, and was once one of the most important Rhineland castles.Emperor Barbarossa had extended the palace after transferring the Rhineland customs from the Netherlands to Kaiserswerth, as he needed a fortress overlooking the Rhine.