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The Zoo in Cologne-Lindenthal

It's a wonderful place for children, Fisheye-Freaks and just about anybody who loves animals.

Located in a district of Cologne this rather small zoo is part of Lindenthal’s urban forest. A number of animals live there such as caprine, sheep, fallow deer, donkeys, turkeys, peacocks, ducks, swans and some more poultry. The animals are housed in large barns and some of the barns can be entered by the visitors for feeding. You can buy small packages with food at the machines for 50 cents per package. The caprine and the sheep as well eat right out of your hand! It’s a lot of fun, not only for the kids (be sure to bring your Fisheye-camera!) Choose a nice & sunny day for your visit to the Zoo and you should really have a wonderful time there.

Right next to the zoo, you’ll find a big and nice playground for the kids. You’ll find beautiful flowers there as well, a small river, and old chestnut trees. A nice thing about the zoo is that admission is also free, you don’t have to pay anything except for the food. :-D

written by kleeblatt


  1. xxxanderrr


    kostenloser eintritt? wie geil.. hab ich schon seit jahren nicht mehr erlebt =D

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  2. loensen


    tolle fotos! da muss ich mal hin gehn danke für den tip!

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  3. nocta

    Hehe, da hab ich meine Fisheye auch mal mit hingenommen: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nocta/3464603605/
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