Dusseldorf is the richest city of Germany and a large business and commercial center of the country. The streets of the city are full with skyscrapers, office centers and banks. The left bank of the Rheine River is considered a modern part of the city and the right bank is a historical center of Dusseldorf. Either old part of the city or the new one has numerous places of interest and buildings that should be seen.
The most famous sight is located in the city’s suburbs. This is Neander Valley and a skull of the Neanderthal man has been found here. On the territory of the nature reserve is organized Museum of the Neanderthal man, where visitors can see the most precious findings. Dusseldorf University is, probably, the most unusual and beautiful architectural complex in the city. This is a large-scale building that is separated by a transparent cupola. On the territory of the university are organized several botanic gardens, where visitors can see rare plants, trees and wonderful flowers. The university was opened in 1965 and until now this place attracts attention of tourists who come to Dusseldorf.
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