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Kamen is a town in North Rhine Westphalia, in the district of Unna. Kamen is maybe most known because of the nearby highway crossing, the Kamener Freuz. The village Kamen Methler is well known for its football training camps. The German football team prepared themselves for the 1990 World Cup win in Kamen Methler. During the soccer world championship 2006 in Germany the Spanish football team lived there. Although it is small, Kamen has a lot of great attractions, as well as many venues and restaurants where you can enjoy a satisfying meal or a refreshing beverage. Some of the attractions are in the neighbouring cities of Dortmund and Hamm.

Top Attractions Within Kamen

Maximilianpark is a wonderful park in Hamm, near Kamen where you and your family can come, relax and have a great time outdoors. The park offers plenty of walks on an old coal mine area. There are also different playgrounds for children. There are cafes and restaurants, where you can relax and have a break. The park has also got an exhibition with 80 sculptures made by the German sculptor Christel Lechner, with the statues being spread across the park.

Dortmund U Tower, located near Kamen, is a former brewery building in the city of Dortmund. Since 2010 it serves as a centre for the arts and creativity, housi9ng among other facilities the Museum Ostwall. In 1994, the brewery and all its surrounding buildings were closed and demolished. Only the U Tower was spared due to having landmark status. Today, it is considered as one of the central places of Dortmund.

Opernhaus Dortmund is the opera house of Dortmund, located near Kamen. The first opera house of Dortmund of 1904 had been destroyed in World War II. The new opera house was designed by architects Heinrich Rosskotten and Edgar Tritthart. The design separates the functions stage and technical rooms in the stage house, dominated by straight lines, from the hall for the audience under a thin shell structure roof.