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Tag: duesseldorf

  • The Other Side of the Rhine (Düsseldorf)

    written by scorpie on 2009-08-17 #places
    The Other Side of the Rhine (Düsseldorf)

    Fancy a time out from the hectic urban life or maybe just a stunning view of the skyline? Some instant holiday-feeling without being too far away? The Rhine meadows might be the place for you.

  • IHZ-Park, Düsseldorf

    written by scorpie on 2009-06-23 #places
    IHZ-Park, Düsseldorf

    If you are just passing Oberbilker Markt via one of the main roads, you might not be aware that hiding behind all those fancy office buildings, there's a park.

  • Medienhafen, Düsseldorf

    written by scorpie on 2008-12-05 #places
    Medienhafen, Düsseldorf

    If you are interested in modern architecture, the Medienhafen („Media harbour“) in Düsseldorf is the place to go.

  • Rhine promenade, Düsseldorf

    written by scorpie on 2009-01-07 #places
    Rhine promenade, Düsseldorf

    If you come to Düsseldorf, you'll probably want to see the Old Town. But when you're already there (and if the weather's only halfway decent) you should go down to the Rhine and stroll down the Rheinuferpromenade (Rhine Embankment Promenade).

  • The Golzheim Cemetery: A Park Reminiscent of a Horror Movie

    written by chaotic4life on 2011-06-08 #places
    The Golzheim Cemetery: A Park Reminiscent of a Horror Movie

    Since I've (re)discovered analogue photography, I surprise myself more often than not, walking aimlessly through my hometown of Dusseldorf. I don’t think I need to explain how your perception of your surroundings changes through the viewfinder. On one of my last trips a few weeks ago I, in the truest sense of the word, stumbled across one of Düsseldorf's significant treasures, the historic cemetery of Golzheim. With its ancient, weathered monuments and poplar-lined paths and trails, it offers visitors a sight reminiscent of a Hitchcock movie.