Kunstmuseum Düsseldorf houses a wide range of articles, from art to sculpture and glass to bronze and ceramics, covering the styles from the Middle Ages to modern art. Benrath Palace, a 200-year-old castle with ... More its well-planned park, has been preserved in its original state.
Königsallee, popularly known as ‘Kö’, with its numerous boutiques and galleries, is considered the most chic and fashionable boulevard in the country.
A fun fair is hosted every July; it is a nine-day festival which includes a parade and hundreds of stalls. The festival culminates with a firework display on the last night.
Düsseldorf has a typically coastal climate largely influenced by its nearness to the Atlantic Ocean. From May to September the average temperature stays above 20°C, rising to 25°C in July and August. Winters are harsh.
Düsseldorf began as a fishing settlement along the swamps of the River Rhine. Over the centuries, it developed into ... More a city thriving in both commerce and art and culture. World War II left the city almost completely destroyed. The city was rebuilt and special attention was given to planned growth.
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