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Bonn located in the south of North Rhine-Westphalia, is an independent city, as it does not belong to any local government entity, and holds the title “Bundestadt” (federated city). Since 1996 the city has been known as “the United Nations city on the banks of the river Rhine”, due to the fact that up to 19 UN organisations have their seat there. Bonn has a population of more than 316,000.
The city was the Federal Republic of Germany’s capital between 1949 and 1990, and until 1999 the seat of the German government, when all governmental entities were moved to Berlin. Bonn is one of Germany’s oldest cities and has a history of more than 2,000 years. Besides “Hochdeutsch” (standard German) the local dialect called “riuparische Bönnsch”, a Middle Franconia dialect, related to “Kölsch” (the dialect spoken in Cologne), is very prominent. Bonn, as well as Cologne are the strongholds of the carnival in Germany.
What is there to do in Bonn?
Bonn has a lot to offer in terms of culture and art. On the Museum Mile, you will find the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany, which locals refer to as the “Bundeskunsthalle”, it exhibits works of art and important cultural treasures from all over the world. With 500,000 visitors per year, it is along with the “Haus der Geschichte” (modern history museum), one of Germany’s 10 most visited museums. Many of the museums and collections belong to the University of Bonn.
The “Ägyptisches Museum’s” (Egyptian museum) collection houses of 3,000 original artefacts and the “Arithmeum” (Maths Museum) displays an extensive collection of calculators. From 2003-05 the “Botanische Garten” (botanical gardens) exhibited the world’s largest flower the “Amorphophallus titanium”, or Titan arum. The flower can reach a height of up to 3.74 metres and originally comes from Sumatra were it is known as the “corpse plant”. The name comes from its odour, which is similar to that of decomposing meat, this way the plant can attract insects, and ensure its reproduction.
Besides its museums, the city has some very interesting buildings, such as the city’s three highest buildings, the 180 metre high, “Westdeutscher Rundfunk” (West German Broadcasting) tower on the Venusberg, the Post Tower with its 162.5 metres and the Langer Eugen with a height of 114.70 metres, which also housed the country’s parliament.
The Rococo old city hall, which is also one of the city’s landmarks, was built in 1727, only a couple of metres away from the Kurfürstliches Schloss (lit. electoral castle), which was home to the princes of Cologne, and nowadays houses the University of Bonn’s administration.
The Bonn Minster is the city’s main church and one of its most important landmarks. Dating back to the 6th century the “Doppelkirche”, a simultaneum, is the oldest of the many churches in Bonn.
Take a little time off and just relax in one of the many parks, Bonn has to offer. Especially popular is the Kottenforst, a forest in the Rhineland Nature Park, from where you can see the Siebengebirge (lit. seven mountains). Here you will find lovely paths with the best views of the city.
Many people go to the Meßdorfer Feld, a field just outside Bonn, which due to its vegetation is the perfect place to relax or to go for a walk. Furthermore it is considered to be Bonn’s green lung, cooling the city’s temperature, because of the cold winds coming down from the hills. Therefore the city’s climate is very mellow, although Bonn suffers from a relatively high humidity, with an average of 25 stifling days a year.
At least you can try some of the delicious light refreshments at the Kinkelstube, a 70s tavern, or have a local beer, a “Bönnsch” in the brewery of the same name.