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  • Mike 🇪🇺

    The castle tower originally formed the northern end of the Dusseldorf castle. The first three floors of the tower date back to the 13th century. Alessandro Pasqualini added in 1552 to the tower a fourth, polygonal floor, which was decorated with Tuscan columns. The idea of ​​a fifth floor comes from King Frederick William IV, his court architect Friedrich August Stüler 1845 she designed the so-called round arch style. [1] In 1883, Eberhard Westhofen installed a new portal on the tower. Furthermore, the round arches were glazed on the fifth floor. In 1909, the Maßwerkattika was removed during the construction of a tent roof. Today's tent roof dates from 1950. [2] Since 1984 the maritime museum is located in the tower. In 2001, the tower received a new interior design. Overall, the height of the castle tower is 33 meters.
    Source: Wikipedia

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    • 3 janvier 2018

  • Antje

    The castle tower with the boat museum is not only an eye-catcher, but also an interesting destination for families with children on the Rhine promenade.

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    • 25 février 2018

  • Roland

    What few know - in the lantern in the castle tower you can enjoy coffee and cake during the day with a beautiful view of Düsseldorf and the Rhine.

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    • 26 mai 2018

  • Conny

    Great ambience and a beautiful view of the Rhine

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    • 3 juin 2018

  • wJA

    Always different, always nice - the castle tower!

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    • 24 août 2018

  • Kosmetik

    The castle tower is also a shipping museum-very interesting.
    There is a cafe on the top floor, from where you have a gigantic view of the Rhine and the Media Harbor

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    • 30 août 2020

  • JR56

    The castle tower is the only remnant of the castle on Burgplatz, which was built in the 16th century and demolished after a fire in the 19th century.The oldest inland shipping museum in Germany has been housed here since 1984. The building, which operates under the name of the SchifffahrtMuseum, shows exhibits on shipbuilding history, trade and travel on the river and the ecology of the Rhine. The story is brought to life in pictures, films and archives. It is particularly practical and clear on the top floor: From the café there, visitors can enjoy the best view of the river and the Rhine ships that are plying there.duesseldorf-tourismus.de/attraktionen/schifffahrtmuseum-32c1be6553

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    • 13 décembre 2020

  • Nikos

    an eye-catcher and a landmark of Dusseldorf

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    • 7 septembre 2019

  • Jake the hiker

    You should have seen the 33 meter high castle tower

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    • 26 février 2020

  • Conny

    Watching the Rhine ships is always great 😊

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    • 3 juin 2018

  • Moppy

    Nice starting point to the banks of the Rhine and in winter❄️☃️ a nice Christmas market🎄 with Ferris wheel🎡

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    • 2 mai 2020

  • Wanderer

    A very nice place.

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    • 3 juin 2020

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