In 1929 Kaiserswerth finally became a outskirts of Düsseldorf. It was the site of a series of strategical bomb attacks during the Second World War, especially during the 1943 RAF bombardment, when over 700 planes were deployed in a night. Within the framework of the action against Germany's petroleum plants, the RAF stopped producing crude at the Rhenania Osag plant in the Reisholz quarter from February 20 to 21.
In the middle of April 1945, the Allied push into Germany arrived in Düsseldorf. On April 18, 1945, the 97th Infantry Division of the United States conquered the town after the German resistance group had started Aktion Rheinland. Duesseldorf is located in the center of the Lower Rhine, where the Duesseldorf Velta meets the Rhine.
Situated on the eastern side of the Rhine, except district 4 (Oberkassel, Niederkassel, Heerdt and Lörick). Opposite the Rhine is the town of Neuss on the Erftdelta. Duesseldorf is located south-west of the Ruhr area and in the heart of the Rhine-Ruhr area. Duesseldorf is completely constructed on alluvial land, sludge, sandy, clay and occasional pebbles.
Düsseldorf's highest point is the Sandberg in the far east of the town ( "Hubbelrath" district) at 165m. Düsseldorf is bordered by the town of Duisburg, the district of Mettmann (Ratingen, Mettmann, Erkrath, Hilden, Langenfeld and Monheim) and the district of Neuss (Dormagen, Neuss and Meerbusch).
Düsseldorf is the 7th biggest German town with 612,178 inhabitants within the town limits (31 December 2015). Then the town began to loose inhabitants and many moved to neighboring communities. Duesseldorf Airport, also known as the Rhine-Ruhr Airport, is eight kilometers from the center of the town and is easy to reach by rail or suburban rail.
A further train stop under the main entrance of the terminals takes the S-Bahn line (S11) to Düsseldorf main train stop and to Cologne, as well as a few select overnight lines. Düsseldorf International is Germany's third biggest passenger destination after Frankfurt and Munich with 21,850,489 in 2014. It is an important junction in the Deutsche Bahn (DB) rail system.
Over 1,000 overnight stops a day in Düsseldorf. Duesseldorf Central Station at Konrad-Adenauer-Platz is situated in Duesseldorf downtown centre. A number of Rhine-Ruhr S-Bahn train routes link Düsseldorf with other towns in the Rhine-Ruhr region. The suburban service of Düsseldorf's tram and tramway as well as the suburban service by coach is provided by the city's own Rheinbahn within the framework of the VRR.
Nordrhein-Westfalen has the most dense motorway system in Germany and Düsseldorf is directly reachable via the A3, A44, A46, A52, A57, A59 and A524. Celebrating Heinrich Heine's bicentenary in 1997 and to which a monument was initially devoted in the town, Clara and Robert Schumann and as Felix Mendelssohn are the most important performers in the town, which houses an important academy of fine arts.
Düsseldorf's culture scenes include tradition and avant-garde, classic and glamour. In Düsseldorf there are five tavern beer producers brewing on the Altbier site: Of the five, four are located in the historical center of Düsseldorf (Old Town), the other (Schumacher), between the Old Town and Düsseldorf main train stations, also has a branch in the Old Town, Im Goldenen Kessel, opposite Schlüssel.
Warlock, the international well-known energy metall group, was founded in Düsseldorf in 1982. Westernhagen and Heino, the world-famous German pop rock and pop rock trousers group, are from Düsseldorf. D.A.F. was founded in 1978 in the town, as were the electronic/industrial trailblazers The Krupps in 1980.
La Düsseldorf, the experimental post-punk group, was renamed after the town for which it fought a lawsuit in the early 1980s. Duesseldorf performs in several tracks, among them Duesseldorf by the UK independent group Teleman and if you had stayed in Duesseldorf by the Dane vocalist Dorthe Kollo. The Carnival ( "fifth season") is one of the largest of Düsseldorf's major culinary occasions. It begins every year on 11 November at 11:11 a.m. and culminates on Carnival Monday with a procession through the street.
There is no way to combine it with a particular historic occasion, but there are several tales about the beginnings of Düsseldorf's cartwheelers. Düsseldorf received its town charter as a result of this triumph. Between the end of the nineteenth and the beginning of the twentieth centuries, many travellers were lured to the town by major exhibits - the precursor of today's trade-fair.
At the end of the Second World War, the Jan Wellem memorial came back to Düsseldorf. Each year at Christmas one of the biggest Christmas celebrations in Germany takes place in downtown Düsseldorf. Christmas is celebrated every year from 17 November to 23 December. Every year this Christmas in Düsseldorf attracts a large amount of tourists, as many local residents come to the town to enjoy glogg and warm chocolates and see craftsmen blowing glasses and creating work.
It consists of many small timber houses, all located in the centre of the town and open to all people. Düsseldorf roast beef ( "Düsseldorfer Senfrostbraten" steak fried with Düsseldorf mustard). One of Duesseldorf's other specialities, churned, with a thick slices of matured Gouda cheeses, onion, mayonnaise, grated peppers and pickled cucumbers.
The BRAUSE - Vereinsheim des Metzgerei Schnitzel Kunstverein e. V. The Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf is situated in the south of the town. Gehry building in Düsseldorf's Medienhafen (see photo above). Colorium, an 18-storey Alsop and Partners lighthouse, also in Düsseldorf's Medienhafen. There are eight crossings across the Rhine near Düsseldorf; they are also the town' s landmark.
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