Cities in Germany: Bonn

Ancient Bonn, the former Capital of Germany, is divided into three main historical areas.

The city center lies around Cathedral Münster (XI-XIII centuries.) and picturesque old Market Square ("MarkTplatz") with City Town Hall (1782 G.) and is famous for many old buildings, lined with the thing, as well as the house in which Ludwig Van Beethoven was born, and his University – One of the oldest in Europe. On the square in front of the cathedral is the gift f. Sheet – Monument to Beethovenu (1845 g.). Here is one of the earliest Roman ports on the Rhine – in 1989 he turned 2 thousand years old.

Quiet and patriarchal district Boyel Lies on the opposite bank of the Rhine, beyond the bridge Kennedybruck.

Southern Governmental District Bad-Godesberg It was attached to the city in 1969 in connection with the transfer of Bonnu government functions. From Square Bundeskantzlerplatz before Godesberger-Alley stretch a whole series in its own beautiful government buildings – Bundestag (1950 g.), Villa Hammershmidt (Former residence of the FRG president), Palace Shaumbourg (Residence of the Federal Chancellor) and Palace Popplastdorf with botanical garden.

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Reviews and studies of trips

Along the Batyushka Rhine to the Gingerbread Linets

Today we need to drive 22 km. From the city of Bonn to the city of Linz-on-Rine. Weather sunny, but the wind is cool – Germany-School – Rhine. Read more →

Cities in Germany Bonn

kateber | September 2015

Gastronomic and beer QuickStart in Bonn

I stand in the very center of the federal city of Bonn, in his heart itself, two steps from the Glavpottamt with a gorgeous facade and a monument to Beethovenu on the square in front of him. Read more →

Butjer | Autumn 2016

How Bonn united Beethoven, Kennedy, remark and who is such a birchemin

We walk, admire the old town hall, we take pictures on her beautiful staircase and suddenly we notice that some plates are glittered in a paving slave right in front of the building. Read more →

Cities in Germany Bonn

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