Planning to spend some time in Dortmund ? The former "Steel City" is now a good place for shopping and culture. Dortmund has a lot to offer...much more than a hot cup of Starbucks coffee.
Located in the center of Dortmund there is a beautiful church called the “Reinoldi” Church. You can go upstairs to the panorama platform. The steps that you have to take aren’t that many and it’ll only take you about five minutes to get to the top. From there you’ll have a wonderful view of the whole city. Take your time and shoot some lovely panoramas. The city seems to be endless. You see many other churches and you can watch those busy people down there. ;-)
When you get back to the ground, you will see an underground station almost next to the church. Don’t forget to check out what’s underground by taking the underground train and after leaving the train several times you will find great underground stations that will look just fantastic on your photos! You may bring your tripod cause of the long exposure times! Enjoy the business down there and have a good time in Dortmund!
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