For any visitor to Bonn, a walk through the Sternstraße in the city centre is definitely worth it. There are many small ... More
For any visitor to Bonn, a walk through the Sternstraße in the city centre is definitely worth it. There are many small shops, from where visitors can pick up great souvenirs. Don't forget to check out the houses in which the shops are located. Almost every one of these pretty houses has a sign on the first floor, which explains the history and use of the building in the past. The Sternstraße was earlier called the Pisternenstraße ( from the Latin word pistor, which means baker) which could mean that this guild was well represented here. The first syllable was left out after a while, and thus the street name has today become Sternstraße.
Elector Joseph Clemens began building this castle in 1715. The most conspicuous building on the west end of the Poppelsdorf
Allee, it was finished by Clemens' successor Clemens August in the year 1753. Poppelsdorfer Schloss, which stands on a ...
The biggest department store in Bonn is without a doubt Galeria Kaufhof. An extensive food and household goods department is
found in the basement, where fruit and vegetables, specialties and fish, pralines from Neuhaus and other sweet things can ...
Karl Friedrich Schinkel laid down the plans for the Academic Art Museum in 1824. It lies in a wonderful location
on the edge of the Hofgartenwiese directly opposite the main university buildings. The building contained the Archaeological Institute of ...