Duesseldorf lies on the edge of Germany's industrial heartlands of the Rhein Ruhr triangle, but many parts of the city have escaped modernisation and industrialisation. Although situated within the most damaged region of Germany during World War Two it has managed to retain more of its old character than can be expected. The sub-centre of Kaiserswerth is a case in point boasting medieval features and has the air of a traditional German village rather than a suburb of a major city. The Altstadt of the city proper is likewise a beautiful example of a medieval German town. Punctuated with the twisted spire of St Lambertus it's easy to lose yourself among the centuries of history contained within the narrow winding alleys and secluded squares.
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