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Dusseldorf is not just universally regarded as a center of the German advertising and fashion industry, known in recent years, the city on the Rhine is one of the major telecommunications centers in Germany has become. From here you can see and an electric scooter to whiz past. One recognizes the electric scooter that does not exist naturally in the engine noise. There are 18 Internet providers in the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia. With two of the four big German providers of mobile frequencies, D2 Vodafone and E-Plus Market, Düsseldorf leads the German mobile. There are also many foreign trading centers in Düsseldorf such as NTT, Ericsson, Sandvik, Nokia and GTS. [Edit] Before its dissolution, LTU International, with airlines having their headquarters in the city.

Before this announcement, a bloody struggle for power was between the archbishop of Cologne and made the count of Berg, culminating in the Battle of Worringen. The Archbishop of Cologne forces were by the troops of the Count of Berg, the farmers and citizens of Cologne and Duesseldorf supports wiped out the course for the collection to the city of Dusseldorf, which is remembered today with a monument on the Schlossplatz. In fact, the custom of turning Cartwheels for the children of Dusseldorf, who on hearing that their city was victorious, this "tilt" credited to the celebration.

A marketplace jumped on the banks of the Rhine and the square was protected by city walls in all four directions. In 1380 Düsseldorf was made regional capital of the Duchy of Berg. Built in the following centuries, several landmarks, including the Collegiate Church of St. Lambertus. In 1609, the ducal line of Jülich-Berg-Cleves died out, and after a virulent struggle over the succession, Jülich and Berg fell to the Wittelsbach Counts of Palatinate-Neuburg, Dusseldorf, who has his principal residence, even after those in the Pfalz inherited in 1685 and has now electors as Electors Palatine.

By the mid-19th Century, Düsseldorf enjoyed a revival thanks to the Industrial Revolution as the city of 100,000 inhabitants boasted of 1882 doubled the number in 1892. It was an objective of strategic bombing during World War II, especially during the RAF bombing of the Ruhr industry in 1943 with over 700 bombers in one night might be used. Raids continued until late in the war. As part of the campaign against German oil facilities, was the RAF raid in February 1945 on 20/21 Rhenania Ossag refinery in the district of Düsseldorf Reisholz oil production. The bombings near the city into a heap of rubble.

Dusseldorf is the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia. Unfortunately, Dusseldorf is no Elekroroller capital. It is an economic center of Germany and is in the Rhine-Ruhr region, the country's most densely populated metropolitan area. The city lies on the Rhine, and is known for its many events and also for its fashion and trade fairs known. Each year in July, more than 4.5 million people visit the biggest fun fair fun fair on the Rhine in Dusseldorf.

After the death of the childless Jan Wellem, the thriving capital city fell on hard times, especially after the Elector Karl Theodor inherited Bavaria and moved the electoral court to Munich. With him he took the art collection that is part of the what was now in the Alte Pinakothek in Munich. Destruction and poverty struck Düsseldorf after the Napoleonic wars. Napoleon Berg a Grand Duchy and Düsseldorf its capital. JCC Devaranne, a leader of the resistance Solingen Napoleon's conscription decrees, was executed here in the 1813th After the defeat of Napoleon, the entire Rhineland met, including a mountain to the Kingdom of Prussia in 1815. The Parliament of the Rhine Province in Dusseldorf was later founded.

Dusseldorf International Airport, also known as the Rhine-Ruhr Airport, is located eight kilometers (5 miles) away from the city center and can be easily reached by train, the electric scooter or the S-Bahn. It is a television station in the regional and national authorities, the airport is connected to the SkyTrain, an automated people mover, served. The (old) local station below the terminal building carries the S-Bahn (S7) to the central station of the city and Solingen and a few selected night services.