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Duesseldorf is located in the North Rhine-Westphalia State, Germany. The administrative functions of the city of Duesseldorf are very valuable to the region. The importance of Duesseldorf lies in the fact that it is the capital of the State and the center of the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan area. Duesseldorf has a growing population, which numbers approximately 5888,735 inhabitants.

Top Attractions within Duesseldorf

The Karneval is an open air celebration with a long tradition, which takes place every year, in Duesseldorf, starting with November 11, at 11:11 am. The carnival includes parades, shows, contests, games and concerts. It is one of the mots important celebrations held in the city and its been around for over 180 years. People from across the world come in the region during this time of the year, in order to be a part of the most amazing celebration.

The Kom(m)odchen is a famous cabaret stage located in Duesseldorf. The tradition of the venue was started in 1947 and has been in place since. The performances that have been staged here have included some of the most important names in the world of cabaret dancing. Today, shows are still available for the public looking for a unique kind of entertainment.

The Fuechschen Restaurant and Brewery is the best place in which you can experience the true German feeling during your vacation in Duesseldorf. The venue is one of the few places in the city that brews and sells the special type of beer created in the region, Altbier. The menus include fun and tasty meals based on the recipes of the German cuisine, which can be perfectly accentuated with that special type of local beer.

The Academy of Fine Arts of Duesseldorf is the institutions that you must visit, if you want to learn more about the place and the way in which famous artists have become noticed for their incredible talents. It is the place where Paul Klee, Joseph Beuys, Gerhard Richter and Albert Bierstadt developed their skills and modeled the styles in which they have created for the rest of their careers.