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Natura i parki 1. Landschaftspark recenzji. Zabytki i ciekawe miejsca 2. Natura i parki 3. Sechs-Seen-Platte Duisburg recenzji.
Zoo i akwaria 4. Zoo Duisburg recenzji. Muzea 5. Museum Kuppersmuhle 24 recenzje. Transport 6.
Weisse Flotte Duisburg 36 recenzji. Zabytki i ciekawe miejsca 7. Zabytki i ciekawe miejsca 8. Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena 49 recenzji. Muzea 9.
Museum der Deutschen Binnenschifffahrt 33 recenzje. Koncerty i pokazy Theater am Marientor TaM 17 recenzji. Zakupy Forum Duisburg 90 recenzji.
Pomoce turystyczne Tourist Information Duisburg 10 recenzji. Muzea Lehmbruck Museum 34 recenzje. Zabytki i ciekawe miejsca Rathaus Duisburg 63 recenzje.
Explorado Duisburg Kindermuseum 55 recenzji. Natura i parki Toeppersee 7 recenzji. Alsumer Mountain 8 recenzji. Aussichtsturm Wolfsberg Duisburg 17 recenzji.
Kasyna i gry hazardowe Casino Duisburg 11 recenzji. CityPalais Duisburg 32 recenzje. Konigsgalerie Duisburg 34 recenzje.
Konig - Brauerei in Duisburg - Beeck. Stadtmuseum Duisburg 14 recenzji. Radiomuseum in Duisburg - Ruhrort.
The city spreads along both sides of these rivers. Since 1 January , Duisburg has been divided into seven districts or boroughs Stadtbezirk from the north to the south: .
Duisburg has an oceanic climate Köppen : Cfb. Another interpretation assumes that the name is derived from the Old German "duis" which means "hill".
Thus, a place on a hill overlooking the Rhine, that could refer to the area of the present Town Hall. Duisburggau Diuspurgau was also the name of the medieval Gau country subdivision on the Lower Rhine.
A legend recorded by Johannes Aventinus fl. There is nothing to establish any historical basis for such an early founding of Duisburg, which would have made it among the earliest cities in Europe.
Latest archaeological studies show that the present-day market-place was already in use in the first century. It has been the major central trading place of the city since the 5th century.
The city itself was located at the " Hellweg ", an important medieval trade route , and at a ford across the Rhine. The Romans already guarded the ford.
Due to the town's favorable geographic position a palatinate was built and the town was soon granted the royal charter of a free city.
Duisburg became a member of the Hanseatic League. Around the river Rhine moved westward from the city. This put an end to the city's development as a trading town and it soon grew into a quiet rural city.
The productions of cartographer Gerardus Mercator and the foundation of a university in established the city's renown as "Educated Duisburg" "Duisburgum Doctum".
The rise of tobacco and textile industries in the 18th century made Duisburg an industrial center. Big industrial companies such as iron and steel producing firms Thyssen and Krupp influenced the development of the city within the Prussian Rhine Province.
Large housing areas near production sites were being built as workers and their families moved in. A major logistical center in the Ruhr and location of chemical, steel and iron industries, Duisburg was a primary target of Allied bombers.
As such, it is considered by some historians [ who? On the night of 12—13 June , British bombers dropped a total of tons of bombs in and around Duisburg.
As part of the Battle of the Ruhr , another British raid of bombers destroyed the old city between 12—13 May with 1, tons of bombs.
During the bombing raids , 96, people were made homeless with countless lives lost. In the city was again badly damaged as a total of 2, tons of bombs were dropped on 22 May.
On 14 October, the tonnage was repeated with 2, tons when Halifax , Lancaster , and Mosquito bombers appeared over Duisburg as part of Operation Hurricane.
This daylight raid was followed by a night attack; over 24 hours about 9, tons of HE and incendiaries had been dropped on Duisburg.
Numerous similar attacks followed until the end of The Allied ground advance into Germany reached Duisburg in April The US 17th Airborne Division , acting as regular infantry and not in a parachute role, met only scattered resistance in the vicinity and captured the city on 12 April Helmer Swenholt , commanding officer of the nd Engineer General Service Regiment , constructed a railway bridge between Duisburg and Rheinhausen across the Rhine.
It was meters long, and constructed in six days, fifteen hours and twenty minutes, a record time. It was named the "Victory Bridge".
A total of bombing raids had almost completely destroyed the historic cityscape. Almost the whole of the city had to be rebuilt, and most historic landmarks had been lost.
Beginning in the mids, the decline of Duisburg's steel and mining industry caused a significant loss of residents. While in approximately , people were living in Duisburg, the number has shrunk to , in Duisburg celebrated its th anniversary in The city's population recovered a little in the following years, up to , in It declined to , in On 19 July , it was hit by a tornado.
The municipal theater and parts of the city center were damaged. The city hosted the 7th World Games in In , 21 people died because of a mass panic at the Love Parade ; over people were injured.
Population structure of non-German residents: . Circa there were citizens of the PRC in Duisburg, while circa there were about 1, Duisburg is home to 85, people of Turkish origin.
Duisburg Inner Harbour  is the largest inland port in the world. Numerous docks are mostly located at the mouth of the Ruhr where it joins the Rhine.
Each year more than 40 million tonnes of various goods are handled with more than 20, ships calling at the port.
The public harbor facilities stretch across an area of 7. There are 21 docks covering an area of 1. The area of the Logport Logistic Center Duisburg stretches across an area of 2.
With 2. Duisburg is served by several autobahns , with 3 east—west routes and 2 north—south routes. A3 forms a bypass east of the city and mostly serves through traffic.
A59 runs parallel to A3 and serves the city from north to south with 14 interchanges, much more than most other cities in the Ruhr area.
The A40 and A42 are two east—west routes that serve central and northern Duisburg. Autobahn A40 also serves major through traffic from the Netherlands to Berlin and points east.
A short spur, A serves southern Duisburg. Most Autobahns have six lanes or are upgraded to six lanes A B8 runs through the city, but uses A59's alignment.
B runs in the extreme south of the city, and serves traffic to and from Krefeld. Several bridges span the Rhine , most prominently the A40 and A42 bridges, but also the L suspension bridge and the L arch bridge , a three-lane bridge with 2 lanes per peak direction with dynamic lane usage.
The Duisburg Stadtbahn , the Duisburg tramway network , and a bus system, all operated by the Duisburger Verkehrsgesellschaft provide local services.
Stadtbahn line U79, the so-called D-Bahn, is a connection to the neighbouring city of Düsseldorf and is operated jointly with the Rheinbahn of Düsseldorf.
The local radio station "Radio Duisburg" was the first local radio broadcaster in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
It started broadcasting in Duisburg hosts a comprehensive range of cultural facilities and events. A highlight is the annual "Duisburger Akzente",  a festival focusing on modern social, political and cultural topics.
The Duisburg Philharmonic Orchestra is one of Germany's orchestras with an international reputation. Thanks to its history as a harbor city and a trade and industrial center Duisburg offers a variety of architectural places of interest, such as the German Inland Waterways Museum.
The spectrum goes from old churches such as "St Johann Baptist" in Duisburg-Hamborn, which was built in , to modern age buildings like Micro-Electronic-Centrum in Duisburg-Neudorf, built in The city center locates the Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum,  the municipal theatre  and the shopping street known as "fountain mile".
The city also contains two botanical gardens , the Botanischer Garten Duisburg-Hamborn and the Botanischer Garten Kaiserberg , as well as a number of municipal parks.
On 24 July , 21 people were killed and hundreds injured in the city during the Love Parade disaster. Theater Duisburg , venue of the Duisburg Philharmonic.
Duisburg is involved in many kinds of sports. Nevertheless, most important for its inhabitants is the local football club MSV Duisburg.
Recently, with the new MSV Arena the city received a brand new sports stadium for various kinds of sports such as football and American football.
During the summer months of the World Games took place in Duisburg.