The Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex is a large former industrial site in the city of Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
The Villa Hügel is a 19th-century mansion in Bredeney, now part of Essen, Germany.
The Red Dot Design Award is an international product design and communication design prize awarded by the Design Zentrum Nordrhein…
The Old Synagogue is a cultural meeting center and memorial in the city of Essen in Germany.
Essen Minster, since 1958 also Essen Cathedral is the seat of the Roman Catholic Bishop of Essen, the "Diocese of the Ruhr", founded in…
Museum Folkwang is a major collection of 19th- and 20th-century art in Essen, Germany.
If you want to visit a nice sight but also learn about culture, this evangelic church in Neo-Romanesque style will answer your need!
This museum hosts an impressive collection of minerals that used to be private. The minerals are presented in various thematic exhibitions.
This is yet another cinema in Essen. This one will allure you with luxurious interior and fine movie selection.
Marvel at this basilica way back from the beginning of the 9th century!
Take a moment to admire this picturesque ruin of an originally Romanesque castle that was expanded in other styles during the centuries.
Colosseum Theater is a performance venue in Essen, Germany.
This Baroque water castle is simply beautiful. It hosts entertaining cultural events and there is also a restaurant serving delicious meals.
Zeche Carl is a cultural centre set up by Essen Council in a former coal mine.
You'll recognize this church easily by its two slim towers. Despite its historical exterior, this church is only 100 years old.
The Ruhr Museum, formerly the Ruhrland Museum, is a diverse natural history and cultural history museum for the Ruhrgebiet in Essen,…
The Grugapark is a central park in the city of Essen. It was first opened in 1929 as the first "Große Ruhrländische Gartenausstellung".
The Grugahalle is a multi-purpose indoor arena located at the edge of the Botanischer Garten Grugapark in Essen, Germany.
This reservoir, built in the 1930s, quickly became a popular spot for recreation in Essen - swimming, yachting or just unwinding.
Kettwig is the southernmost borough of the city of Essen in western Germany and, until 1975, was a town in its own right.