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Kokerei Hansa, Dortmund

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  • I have done there so far no leadership but walked only with audio guide through the system. Every visitor will get the audio guide to his ticket and you can see everything so well. It is but at the latest by in about an hour, you can see almost everything only from the outside.
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  • This represents a chance to look back at an integral part of the Industrial past of Germany. Not suitable for kids of those who wouldn't be able to cope with quite some stairs... the guides are very k...  more »
  • For those who are interested to visit the production and show how a coal plant, probably will be interesting. If you came to Germany for history and culture, then I'm not sure that this is the best choice. However, the show is worth, the more travel quite convenient, nearby Metro station. Quite interesting and informative.
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  • A touch of industrial romanticism and nostalgia of the past
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  • The lead should have allowed himself each time. There you can virtually run by the old coking plant and at the same time inform the industrial site. Warning, not for people with a fear of heights, because walking partly on the old tubes (paved road) the coking plant.
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  • Who stands on industrial heritage, should look at the coking plant. Only during a guided tour, you can see everything really. For example the conveyor belts and above these areas. On occasions such as the ExtraSchicht, the coking plant is also nice colorful illuminated.
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  • One of the finest stops on our tour of industrial culture! The audio tour was well done and it has gained insight into everyday Coke. The system has been maintained and it makes there exploring fun to go. We have left us much time and were on the road some 1.5 hours on the site.
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  • It should also make Tolle plant and a guide, until you get the whole system watch.
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