Place:Düsseldorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany

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NameDüsseldorf
Alt namesDüsseldorfsource: Getty Vocabulary Program
Düsseldorf districtsource: Getty Vocabulary Program
Dusseldorf
TypeRegierungsbezirk
Coordinates51.25°N 7°E
Located inNordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Contained Places
Deserted settlement
Vetera Castra
District
Cleves
Mettmann
Rhein-Kreis Neuss
Viersen
Wesel
General region
Die Aue
Kempener Land
Independent city
Duisburg
Düsseldorf ( 1000 - )
Essen ( 700 - )
Krefeld ( 1200 - )
Mönchengladbach ( 600 - )
Mülheim ( 800 - )
Oberhausen ( 1000 - )
Remscheid ( 800 - )
Solingen ( 800 - )
Wuppertal ( 900 - )
Inhabited place
Aldekerk
Alpen
Amern
Angermund
Anholt
Anrath
Asberg
Atrop
Baerl
Bauernschaft
Baumberg
Bedburdyck
Bedburg-Hau
Berghausen
Bergisch-Born
Besten
Binsheim
Birten ( 500 - )
Bislich
Bliersheim
Bockum
Borken
Borschemich
Borth
Breitscheid
Bricht
Brüggen
Brünen
Bucholt
Budberg
Burg
Bölkenbusch
Bönninghardt
Büderich
Büttgen
Damm
Delrath
Diersfordt
Dingden
Dinslaken ( 1000 - )
Dinslakenerbruch
Dormagen
Dornap
Drevenack
Dönberg
Dülken
Düssel
Eggerscheid
Eickerend
Elfgen
Elmpt
Elten
Emmerich
Erkrath
Essenberg
Eversael
Eyll
Feldmark
Flüren
Friedrichsfeld
Friemersheim
Gahlen
Galkhausen
Gartrop-Bühl
Garzweiler
Geldern
Gierath
Ginderich
Glehn
Gohr
Grefrath
Grevenbroich
Gruiten
Gustorf
Götterswickerhamm
Haffen-Mehr
Haldern
Hamminkeln
Hardt
Hasselbeck-Schwarzbach
Hemmerden
Herongen
Hiesfeld
Hilden ( 1000 - )
Hinsbeck
Hochdahl
Hochneukirch
Hoeningen
Hoerstgen
Hoisten
Holthausen
Holzbüttgen
Holzheim
Homberg
Horrem
Hubbelrath
Hösel
Hüls
Hünxe
Ilverich
Immigrath
Issum
Jüchen
Kaarst
Kalkar
Kalkum
Kamp-Lintfort
Kapellen
Kellen
Kelzenberg
Kerken
Kettwig
Kevelaer
Kleinenbroich
Kleve ( 800 - )
Korschenbroich
Kranenburg
Krudenburg
Langenberg
Langenfeld
Langenhorst
Langst-Kierst
Lank-Latum
Laupendahl
Liedberg
Lohberg
Lohheide
Lohmühle
Löhnen
Marienbaum
Materborn
Meerbeck
Meerbusch
Mehr
Mehrum
Meide
Menzelen
Menzelerheide
Metzkausen
Miersberg
Mintard
Monheim
Möllen
Neersen
Nettetal
Neuenhoven
Neukirchen
Neukirchen-Vluyn
Neuß
Neviges
Niederbonsfeld
Niederdonk
Niederkrüchten
Nierst
Nieukerk
Nievenheim
Norf
Oberbonsfeld
Oberhaan
Obgruiten
Obrighoven-Lackhausen
Oedt
Oermten
Oestrum
Orken
Ossenberg
Ossum-Bösinghoven
Osterath
Pesch
Pfalzdorf
Pütt
Rahm
Ramrath
Ratingen ( 1100 - )
Rayen
Rees
Reusrath
Rheinberg
Rheinhausen
Rheinkamp
Rheurdt
Rheydt
Richrath
Rohdenhaus
Rommerskirchen
Rosellen
Rosellerheide
Rumeln-Kaldenhausen
Sankt Hubert
Schaephuysen
Schermbeck
Schiefbahn
Schwafheim
Schwalmtal
Schwarzenberg
Schöller
Sevelen
Sonsbeck
Spellen
Steinforth
Stenden
Stockum
Straberg
Straelen
Strauch
Strümp
Stürzelberg
Süchteln
Tiefenbroich
Tönisberg
Tönisheide
Tönisvorst
Uedem
Unterbach
Utfort
Veen
Veert
Vluyn
Voerde
Voesch
Vorst
Walbeck
Wallach
Walsum
Wankum
Wardt
Wattenscheid
Weeze
Welmen
Wetten
Wevelinghoven
Wickrath
Winnekendonk
Wittlaer
Witzhelden
Zons
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Düsseldorf is one of the five Regierungsbezirke of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, located in the north-west of the country. It covers the western part of the Ruhr Area, as well as the Niederrheinische Tiefebene, the lower Rhine area. It is the most populated of all German administrative areas of the kind. It's the only area in Germany where the traditional dialects are Low Franconian, rather than Low German or High German.

It was created as a subdivision of the Prussian Rhineland when Prussia reformed its internal administration in 1815. In 1822 the Regierungsbezirk Kleve was incorporated into Regierungbezirk Düsseldorf.

Kreise
(districts)
Kreisfreie Städte
(district-free towns)
  1. Cleves (Kleve)
  2. Mettmann
  3. Neuss
  4. Viersen
  5. Wesel
  1. Duisburg
  2. Düsseldorf
  3. Essen
  4. Krefeld
  5. Mönchengladbach
  6. Mülheim
  7. Oberhausen
  8. Remscheid
  9. Solingen
  10. Wuppertal

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