Duisburg ) is a city in the Ruhr metropolitan area of the western German state North Rhine-Westphalia. Lying on the confluence of the Rhine and the Ruhr rivers, Duisburg is one of the largest cities in Ruhr and 15th largest city in Germany.
The Duisburg Zoo, founded on 12 May 1934, is one of the largest zoological gardens in Germany. It is especially well known for its dolphinarium and, since 1994, for breeding koalas.
Duisburg Hauptbahnhof is a railway station in the city of Duisburg in western Germany. It is situated at the meeting point of many important national and international railway lines in the Northwestern Ruhr valley.
The Innenhafen in Duisburg, Germany, is connected to the Rhine River, encompasses an area of 89ha. For over a hundred years during the high point of the Industrial Revolution, it was the central harbour and trading point of the town.
The Duisburg-Ruhrort–Mönchengladbach railway is a historically significant, but now partly abandoned line in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The line was built by the Ruhrort-Crefeld District Gladbach Railway Company , founded in 1847, and is one of the oldest lines in Germany, opened in 1849 and 1851.
The Duisburg–Hochfeld railway bridge spans the Rhine in the German city of Duisburg on the Duisburg-Ruhrort–Mönchengladbach line. The first bridge was built by the Rhenish Railway Company and put into operation at the end of 1873.
The Duisburg-Meiderich Nord–Hohenbudberg railway is a line in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia that originally ran from Meiderich Nord station to the Hohenbudberg freight yard with a branch to the former Rheinpreußen station on the Lower Rhine Railway and was formerly used primarily for freight. The operating part of the line now forms the Oberhausen West–Meerbeck railway, which connects the Oberhausen West freight yard and the freight line from Duisburg-Wedau to Bottrop Süd with Meerbeck junction on the Lower Rhine Railway.
The Duisburg-Wedau–Bottrop Süd railway is a railway used only for freight in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. It runs from the former Duisburg-Wedau freight yard as well as from the Duisburg-Hochfeld Süd freight yard via Oberhausen West freight yard to Bottrop Süd freight yard.
The Duisburg-Ruhrort–Dortmund railway was built by the Cologne-Minden Railway Company (Cöln-Mindener Eisenbahn-Gesellschaft, CME) in the area to the north of its original Ruhr line to improve connections to mines and factories in the northern Ruhr region, which is now in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The track at the time of the Deutsche Reichsbahn mostly consisted of at least two tracks; now two-track, single track and completely dismantled sections alternate.
Duisburg-Wedau station is a railway station in the Wedau district in the city of Duisburg, located in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
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