The carnival celebrations have begun to reach their climax for this year. Düsseldorf is a city full of surprises during the next few days until the big procession on Rosenmontag (Rose Monday).
Burlesque, the current show in Roncalli’s Apollo Varieté is attracting good audiences and offers a delightful opportunity for expats to experience vaudeville or variety performances.
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The carnival season is long, starting on November 11 and going through to Kappessontag (Nonsense Sunday), Rosenmontag (Rose Monday) and Aschermittwoch (Ash Wednesday) sometime in February or March. Some eighteen local carnival organisations and clubs can be found in Neuss.
The general rule of thumb is stay and party or, for those who don't wish to, leave town. Thursday is the day things commence in earnest when masses of women storm the town hall and chaos breaks out. On Monday an enormous procession meanders for hours through the city.More...
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The International School of Düsseldorf, ISD, offers international families an environment of understanding and first class education. Their caring, well-qualified staff members are quick to integrate children from across the globe to this rather special place of learning.
Everyone who has a love for the arts and mutual respect for artists is invited to enjoy the creative atmosphere of the Open Art Surgery monthly happenings. What makes the inspirational evening program so special is the aspect of interactive communication and exchange between guests and artists.More...
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The city became known as the garden city in the 18th century when Johann Wilhelm II, Elector of Palatinate, chose Düsseldorf as his royal capital. Today, residents can enjoy several beautiful parks, gardens and green spaces, especially when the crocusses bloom in spring.
Many examples of street art can be found tucked away in residential side streets and more openly on house frontages or bridges. Kiefernstrasse is an exciting street to visit. In Düsseldorf, graffiti has outlived its day and property or vehicles are less defaced in most places.More...