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Rathaus Düsseldorf

Dusseldorf, Germany
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The building of the city authorities of the XVI century in the typical style of the late "German Gothic" with elements of the Renaissance and Rococo. The oldest facade of the town hall overlooks Marktplatz square, of all the other parts of the building it is the only one preserved almost in its original form. Opposite the building is a monument in honor of the Elector Johann Wilhelm of Palatinate - a great connoisseur of art who has done a lot for Dusseldorf.
Rathaus Düsseldorf
Address:Marktplatz 2, Düsseldorf
Phone:+49 211 8991
Hours:monday: 09:00–17:00 tuesday: 09:00–17:00 wednesday: 09:00–17:00 thursday: 09:00–17:00 friday: 09:00–17:00 saturday: Closed sunday: Closed

Andrea Kraljic
24.11.20

Very friendly welcome. And the committee (youth welfare) of course under Corona hygiene regulations.

Roger M
14.08.20

How do you risk infecting thousands in one fell swoop with the seriously ill and dead and a new lockdown with the collapse of countless companies. A m.. Read more »

Robert & Katie
20.07.20

August 14, 1288 is the day when the village on the banks of the river Düssel received city rights. Düsseldorf is a very clean city. You can often see.. Read more »

Norbert Zielonka
26.06.20

That is a nice town hall. Very nice people I meet there.

Friedhelm Hoff
26.04.20

Man is satisfied.

Rolf Fischer
29.12.19

An interesting exhibition, Callas. The clothes, shoes and pictures are all made from beverage cans. A great idea To make things like that. WORTH SEEIN.. Read more »

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