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Dortmund is a German city, known as an enthralling industrialized heritage, featuring many benefitting facilities and entertainment opportunities to the people who live here and also to those who visit it.
One can find a multitude of interesting museums located here, with many diverse styles of restaurants, pubs, and hotels, and innumerable live entertainment theatres and venues such as the Westfalenhallen complex. Dortmund City also takes special care of recreational activities and also features the famous Westphalia Stadium, where Borussia Dortmund match is housed.
Located in west central Germany, in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, on the Ems River, in the Ruhr area, Dortmund is a city has become the seventh-largest in Germany only due to its large population, approximately 588,700. Two rivers flow through the city; Ruhr River flowing south of the city, and the Emscher River flowing through the municipal area. The city also features the largest European canal port, called the Dortmund Ems Canal, which connects Dortmund to Emden and the North Sea. Featuring many waterways, spacious parks, woodland, and agriculture and green places, all covering almost half the metropolitan area, Green Metropolis of Westphalia is how the City of Dortmund is recognized and called.
In about AD 885, the City of Dortmund was first mentioned as Throtmannia, and then becoming liberated city of the Holy Roman Empire. During the 13th century, Dortmund City united with the Hanseatic League, soon enjoying immense prosperity and success in the following centuries, which continued till the 18th century. The citys sensation was also affected during the World War II, 1939-1945, as it got damaged real badly. However, with the rise of industrialization in the mid 19th century, Dortmund flourished yet again.
Situated in the core of the Ruhr coalfields and being in close proximity with widespread iron-ore deposits, Dortmunds primary goods of the present day include iron and steel, machine tools, mining machinery, railroad equipment, and beer. The City of Dortmund features many sites of interests. Most of these are historic buildings are the notable churches that reflect the areas culture and are architecturally remarkable, such as the Dominican Church, Saint Peter, Saint Mary, and Saint Reinoldi, which has excellent stained-glass windows.
Other noteworthy buildings found within the city include the 13th century built town hall, which was restored in the 19th century and contains a precious antique collection; the Hohensyburg castle; the university built in 1966, and a large convention hall as well. Museums like Museum of Art and Cultural History, Museum am Ostwall, German Cookery Book Museum, Museum of Natural History, and Steinwache Memorial and Museum are all worth mentioning and seeing.
The citys main entertainment venues include the Westphalia Stadium, which is the home of the Borussia Dortmund football club along with its huge list of fans, and also the Westfalenhallen complex, along with many live act theaters. Parks such as Rombergpark, Westfalenpark, and Fredenbaumpark are heaven for nature lovers.
Dortmund also offers a great nightlife scene to both its residents and visitors, as it features several pubs/bars like Happy Happy Ding Dong, Boomerang, Lousiana, and Limericks Irish Pub, along with featuring clubs like Domicil, Liquid Lounge, Sixx.PM and Justins.
The city is also a great place for shopaholics as it features many of the big and famous shopping centers for products like clothes, shoes, jewelry, books and electronics. Come and visit this beautiful City of Dortmund soon and explore all what it has to offer! Grab your Dortmund Tickets now!