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Konzert Duisburg Landschaftspark, © © RTG Hoffmann

Zum Anker


Since it was first broadcast in November 1970, millions of Germans have sat down every Sunday evening at 8.15 to watch the “Tatort” TV crime series. In 1981, the series took a decisive new turn when the roughneck commissioner Horst Schimanski began to investigate the cases. During the course of his 46 cases, he became one of the most impressive TV commissars in the history of West German television. He also became a symbol of the Ruhr region mentality . The series also featured in pop culture. German rock stars such as Klaus Lage (“Faust auf Faust”) and international greats such as Chris Rea and Joe Cocker wrote title songs for different programmes. Their songs inevitably stormed the charts during the 1980s. Schimanski’s first ever case, which was broadcast in 1981, began in Ruhrort in Duisburg, and quickly led the investigator to the “Zum Anker” pub. Since then, the pub is known as Schimanski’s favourite haunt. Here, after the pub closed and re-opened, guests are offered hearty home-made meals and cold beer in burly Ruhrpott slang. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VsAUFf5Yn4

Further informaiton
König-Friedrich-Wilhelm-Straße 18, 47119 Duisburg Ruhrort

www.anker-ruhrort.de

www.youtube.com/Tatort-Duisburg-Schimanski

All Pop-Spots Ruhr Area

FZW crowd, © FZW
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Stein­bruch

The record store Idiot Records, © Tourismus NRW e.V.
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Idi­ots Re­cords

The restaurant  "Zum Hübi", © Jule Körber
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Zum Hübi

The Goldkante Bar, © Tourismus NRW e.V.
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Goldkante

Old Daddy, © Tourismus NRW e.V.
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(Ex-) Old Daddy Ober­hausen

No Reality, © Marlene Bar
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Mar­lene Bar

Soundgarden, © Tourismus NRW e.V.
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EX-Soundgarden

Matrix Crowd, © Matrix
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AZ Muel­heim

Matrix Crowd, © Matrix
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Alte Hütte

Turbinenhalle, © Tourismus NRW e.V.
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Tur­bin­en­halle