Signal Iduna Park (Westfalenstadion)
Strobelallee 50, 44139 Dortmund, Germany
About Signal Iduna Park (Westfalenstadion)
Officially called Signal Iduna Park, it is a football stadium in Dortmund city, which is the home of the famous Borussia Dortmund. The stadium is one of the most famous football stadiums in Europe and has a capacity of up to 81,365, the largest stadium in Germany.
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This 12,000 m² open-air exhibition is one of the most visited museums in Germany and the largest mining museum globally. As a research institute, it is a renowned research establishment for mining history. Above-ground exhibitions, and a reconstructed show mine below the museum give visitors insights into the world of mining.
Founded in April 1949 as Ruhr-Zoo, it is one of the most modern zoological gardens in Germany. It is known for its panoramas and cultural approach. The main attractions are big animals, mostly mammals; The zoo has no aquarium, insectarium, or other smaller animal facilities.
This large former industrial site in the city of Essen is a UNESCO world heritage site since 2001 and one of the important places in the European Route in Industrial Heritage. It was Founded in 1847, and is ranked as the largest of its kind in Europe. Built in the New Objectivity style, it is considered an architectural and technical masterpiece, earning it a reputation as the "most beautiful coal mine in the world".
It is a municipal botanical garden located in the Essen city. It was established in 1927 for entertainment, education, and research. Parts of the garden was destroyed in World War II, it was rebuilt and re-designed in 1965.
The Tetrahedron in Bottrop city is a steel structure with a side length of 60m, resting on four concrete pillars. Opened on October 3, 1995, it is located on top of the mine dump Halde Beckstraße and serves as the town's landmark.
This 1920s industrial landmark is a former gas tank that was rebuilt after World War II in Oberhausen, Germany. The tank was converted into an exhibition and hosted several large scale exhibitions. It is an important point in the European Route of Industrial Heritage and the Industrial Heritage Trail.
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North Rhine-Westphalia is the most populated state in the country, with 17,912,134 people representing 21.5% of the population. It is located in western Germany, covering an area of 34,084 km, which makes it the fourth largest state out of 16 states in Germany.