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Edited by Micholand - 05 April 2013 at 18:40
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I have posted these before in "open views" so you may have seen them already.

Tin building on the media park in Düsseldorf Germany

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Reinturm in Düsseldorf,It was closed for renovation





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Post Options Post Options   Quote Gradus Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 April 2013 at 11:47
Looks like it was worth it to go to Düsseldorf. I know you can discuss about it endlessly but I like this kind of architectural innovation. Especially picture 3 is very nice.

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Nice shots. I like the way the bridge is used to frame the TV tower.
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another one from the reinturm


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Something quite different in Dusseldorf: main entrance of the "Museum Kunst Palast":

     
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a more graphic picture of the reinturm

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Rhine Bridge Düsseldorf, photographed during heavy snowfall




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Original fountain in the centre of Düsseldorf (posted earlier in the "Fountains" thread but also very appropriate here:


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Church just outside the center of Dusseldorf with a clock saying: "Herr der Zeit" = Lord of Time:


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the best cafe in Dusseldorf?

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Equestrian statue of Emperor Wilhelm I on the occasion of the Franco - Prussian war (1870-1871)


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Some shots from above, shot in 2010 from the television tower.






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