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Düsseldorf is the capital city of the German state of North Rhine Westphalia and centre of the Rhine Ruhr metropolitan region. Düsseldorf is an international business and financial centre and renowned for its fashion and trade fairs. As the seventh most populous city in Germany by population within city limits and an urban population of 1.5 million, Düsseldorf is one of the five global cities. Düsseldorf is one of those cities with the highest quality of life.

Top Attractions Within Düsseldorf

Museum Kunstpalast in Düsseldorf was founded as Kunstmuseum Düsseldorf, a typical communal arts collection in Germany. The Museum KunstPalast includes objects of fine arts from Classical antiquity to the present, including drawings, sculptures, a collection of more than 70.000 graphic exhibits and photographs, applied arts and design and one of Europe's largest glass collection. The graphic collection includes 14.000 Italian baroque graphics.

Rheinturm in Düsseldorf is a 240.5 metres high concrete telecommunication tower. The observation deck of the Tower is open to public on a daily basis. As a special attraction, there is a light sculpture on its shaft which works as a clock. The sculpture was designed by Horst Baumann and is called Light Time Level. The Light sculpture on the Rheinturm is the biggest digital clock in the world.

Düsseldorf Botanical Garden was established in 1974 and currently contains about 6000 species, with a focus on plants of temperate climates. Its outdoor gardens are organised as follows, geographic gardens, ecological gardens, other gardens, a central dome, orangery and a south African steppe. It is a wonderful place where you can relax and have a great time discovering botanics.

Schloss Benrath in Düsseldorf is a Rococo maison de plaisance erected for the Elector Palatine Charles Theodore by his garden and building director and garden supervisor Nicolas de Pigage. There are changing exhibitions and concerts of music, which are presented in the main building. In the west wing of the Palace, the Museum for European Garden Art was founded.