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Rathaus, Dusseldorf

Categories: Government Buildings, Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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3.9/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
Visit one of Dusseldorf's most iconic landmarks in the historic city center, Rathaus. Originally constructed in the mid-16th century, the building features an attractive architectural mix of three different period styles and houses the city's government offices. Stand back and admire the building's stately, ivy-covered façade, as well as the famous Jan Wellem equestrian monument that anchors the front plaza. Wander through the historic Marktplatz square for a lively selection of cafes, shops, and restaurants. Work out when and for how long to visit Rathaus and other Dusseldorf attractions using our handy Dusseldorf vacation route planner.
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  • Interesting architecture and the fact that it is called the "Rathaus" which is quite amusing - as it is the government central office or City Hall. Very interesting place. 
  • Located facing the Markt in the old town. At the location and origin of the Düsseldorf tourist tourists taking photos. In the beautiful red flowers that decorate the Windows and was impressed.
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  • The devil is a large rock under the Town Hall, and a slightly inclined with putting stuck legends were in fact Bonnie with the naked eye are well separated and went inside. The building of the Town Hall, Markt, and like a plain and ordinary buildings, there was a special thing.
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