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Ludwigshafen, or Ludwigshafen am Rhein on its full name, is a city in the Rhineland Palatinate state of Germany. Located along the Rhine River, opposite to Mannheim, this is one of the most beautiful cities in the area. With Mannheim, Heidelberg and their surrounding areas, Ludwigshafen forms the Rhine Neckar Area. It is known in Germany mostly for its chemical industry, thanks to BASF. In the 1st century, the Romans used to occupy the area, but it was settled even before this, as Celtic and German tribes lived here. In present, Ludwigshafen has 165,000 residents and an area of 78 square kilometers. It is twinned with 6 cities from 6 different countries, including the famous Antwerp in Belgium. Notable natives of Ludwigshafen include the former chancellor Helmut Kohl and philosopher Ernst Bloch.

Top Attractions within Ludwigshafen

Eberthpark is a beautiful park of Ludwigshafen. It was created in 1925, as in town took place the South German Horticulture Exposition. Since then, this is one of the largest parks in Ludwigshafen and offers multiple recreational activities having walking, jogging and biking paths, playgrounds and also picnic areas.

Pfalzbau is the theater and concert hall of Ludwigshafen. This is one of the most important attractions of the city as it is a venue where great theater companies from Germany offer wonderful performances. The local actors also have the chance to make it big, as they have dedicated events whom the locals of Ludwigshafen and also the tourists enjoy each time.

Wilhelm Hack Museum is an art museum within the area of Ludwigshafen. The collections are numerous, beginning with those of ancient art and finishing to those of contemporary art. The most important items in this Ludwigshafen museum is a Miro mural, called Miro Wand and realized by the artist on an entire wall of the building.