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Konzert Duisburg Landschaftspark, © © RTG Hoffmann

Land­schaft­s­park Duis­burg


rarely partied this hard

On the edge of the city, around a dis­used steel­work, there is a park with an im­press­ive land­scape, which com­bines nature and in­dus­tri­al cul­ture. The Land­schaft­s­park Duis­burg is a par­tic­u­larly suc­cess­ful ex­ample of how the re­gion has changed dur­ing the course of its struc­tur­al trans­form­a­tion. Once a year, the ?Traumzeit Fest­iv­al? (?Dream time fest­iv­al?) is held in the former steel­works halls. It is also pop­u­lar bey­ond the re­gion for its un­usu­ally high qual­ity book­ings right across the in­die scene, and its un­for­get­table con­crete at­mo­sphere between two chim­neys and steel struc­tures. At the week­end, it?s worth pay­ing a vis­it at dusk, when the light in­stall­a­tions are il­lu­min­ated and the land­scape park be­comes a huge dis­play of col­our.

Fur­ther in­form­a­tion
 

Weit­ere In­form­a­tion­en
Em­scher­straße 71, 47137 Duis­burg

www.land­schaft­s­park.de

www.traumzeit-fest­iv­al.de

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