Visit Bonn's top attractions in this 1.9 hour itinerary. Namen-Jesu-Kirche, Beethoven-Skulptur "Beethon", Arithmeum and all other sights were never that easy to visit in this well planned 1.9 hour Bonn itinerary.
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The Altes Stadthaus is a former administration building in Bonn, built for the French occupation forces after World War I. It was designed by the Munich architect German Bestelmeyer in 1922. Construction was completed in 1924–25. The building most recently served as a public library and administration building. As of 2012, the Altes Stadthaus is being renovated and extended as a "House of Learning" (German: "Haus der Bildung"), which will accommodate the community college and the library. == Location and architecture == German Bestelmeyer designed the building to make an impressive entry point to the city on the north side.Read more
Bonn Egyptian Museum (German: Ägyptisches Museum Bonn) is an archaeological museum for Ancient Egyptian antiquities located in Bonn, Germany. It presents a selection of the most important collection of original objects from Ancient Egypt in North Rhine-Westphalia. The Bonn Egyptian Museum was founded in 2001. The collection is dating back to the 19th century and was formerly part of the Akademisches Kunstmuseum. Large parts of the collection were destroyed in World War II. Today the collection comprises about 3,000 objects.Read more
Akademisches Kunstmuseum (English:Academic Art Museum) is an art museum in Bonn, Germany. It is the oldest museum in Bonn and houses the antique collection of the University of Bonn with more than 500 antique statues and reliefs, and over 2,000 originals. It is located in a neoclassical building at the southern end of the Hofgarten, near the Electoral Palace. The museum was founded in 1818 and has one of the largest collections of plaster casts of ancient Greek and Roman sculptures in the world. At this time collections of plaster casts were mainly used in the instruction of students at art academies.Read more
The Arithmeum is a mathematics museum owned by the Forschungsinstitut für Diskrete Mathematik (Research Institute for Discrete Mathematics) at the University of Bonn. It was founded by the Director of the Institute, Bernhard Korte, who contributed his private collection of calculating machines. The building's steel-glass facade - located at Lennéstrasse 2 - is meant to represent the "transparency of science". == Exhibitions == The permanent exhibit "Calculating in Olden and Modern Times" (German: Rechnen Einst und Heute) shows the progression of mechanical calculating machines through 1,200 pieces. It holds the very large,(4000 pieces), IJzebrand Schuitema (1929-2013) 400 year collection of slide rules.Read more
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