Villa Hügel

Local nameVilla Hügel
LocationEssen, Germany

The Villa Hügel is a 19th-century mansion in Bredeney, now part of Essen, Germany. It was built by the industrialist Alfred Krupp in 1870-1873 as his main residence and was the home of the Krupp family until after World War II. More recently, the Villa Hügel has housed the offices of the Kulturstiftung Ruhr as well as an art gallery, the historical archive of the Krupp family and company, and a concert venue.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villa_Hügel

Official Website https://www.villahuegel.de/

Email office@villahuegel.de

Phone +49 201-616290

Address Hügel 1, 45133 Essen, Germany

Coordinates 51°24'24.88" N 7°0'31.323" E

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