The Haus der Geschichte (History House) of the Federal Republic of Germany is not a must for all. Post 1945 German history is ... More
Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland
The Haus der Geschichte (History House) of the Federal Republic of Germany is not a must for all. Post 1945 German history is portrayed here in a very lively way -with text captions, historical objects and photos illustrating historical events. The information here is not restricted to politics, the visitor also learns interesting facts about the history of society, art, culture as well as the economic situations. Technical aids such as screens, listening posts and so-called info-drawers make the visit a relaxing journey through Germany's recent history. You can sit on one of the original seats from the plenary chamber to observe parliamentary debates from the fifties and sixties.
This cultural center was built in the late 1980s by the Japanese community. The majority of Japanese residents in Düsseldorf
live in the Oberkassel and Niederkassel districts of the city to the left of the Rhine. On the grounds ...
Botanische Garten der Universität Bonn is an oasis of peace and quiet in the middle of the city. The original
gardens were re landscaped in 1819 and still bear the typical English elements that were the flavor of the ...