North Rhine-Westphalia

Bonn

Interesting
Bonn
The Essential
Interesting
In 1949, the birthplace and residence of Ludwig van Beethoven became the «temporary» capital of the new republic and was given the nickname of «federal village» (Bundesdorf). This sparked off the city's expansion and Bonn, which was only to be the provisional capital, occupied the role of seat of the German government for over forty years. With the reunification of Germany, it continues to play a vital role as eight of the ministries are still located here.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Bonn

Bonn Museum of Fine Arts Bonn Museum of Fine Arts
Bonn Museum of Fine Arts
This Fine Arts Museum, opened in 1992,
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Museum of the History of the Federal Republic of Germany
Museum of the History of the Federal Republic of Germany
The House of the History of the Federal
1:30
Rhenish Museum
Rhenish Museum
If you want to know everything about
1:30
Collégiate Church
Collégiate Church
This old collegiate church of St Cassius
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Palace of the Prince Electors of Bonn
Palace of the Prince Electors of Bonn
This long building in Baroque style
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German Museum
German Museum
This museum is affiliated to the famous
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