Know as "The Ring" between enthusiasts, the track was built in 1925 and it is considered to be the toughest, most dangerous and most demanding purpose-built race track in the world.
The playhouse imagined by the Düsseldorf architect Bernhard Pfau is one of the greatest theater constructions built after the war. Not only its curved lines and wavy walls, but also the on-going modern and experimental performances that are alive in this playhouse make the theater one the most modern theater institutions in Germany and not only. Although planning of the playhouse had begun in 1959, the political instability delayed with more than a decade the opening of the new playhouse; in the mean time the public was polarized, and with the final costs amounted to some 40 million DM, the opening on the 16Th of January 1970 turned into a complete scandal. No tickets were sold to the open public, and only guests were permitted to participate at the official opening performance. The demonstrates disputed public rights to take part of the cultural life of the city, but also aimed a general critique to traditional cultural institutions. Twenty people were arrested and several injured
A spiraled apartment building hosting as many trees as human occupants. It is a loud testament to Hundertwasser's fear of straight lines.
Experience over a century of automotive history and take a look at the exciting future of automobiles.
A beautiful palace on the background of a beautiful garden, the German rival of Versailles.
This museum is a 'must see' whether you're a Porsche fan or not, a car enthusiast or not.