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5 things to do and see in Kamp-Lintfort

The town of Kamp-Lintfort located in the Lower Rhine at the westernmost edge of the Ruhr area in the northwest of the federal state North Rhine-Westphalia and is a middle of the Wesel district town in the district of Dusseldorf. By the circle Wesel the town of Kamp-Lintfort is represented at the Regional Association Ruhr and the Rhineland Regional Council.

1. The Burghofbühne

The Burghofbühne

The Burghofbühne is famous theater that can be visit here. Burghofbühne emerged from a theatrical group to give the regularly played in this part of Germany. As a regional theater, it was founded over fifty years ago. After the first director Kathrin Türks Dinslakener the city hall was named. Well-known actor of the ensemble were or are Karl Brückel, Witta Pohl and Eva Mattes. Current director of the Burghofbühne is Thorsten Weckherlin. He came in early 2004 from his predecessor Christian Alexander Schell. The theater is indeed truly tourist attraction.

3. Abbey Church

Abbey Church

Abbey Church is the first church building of the abbey. The first building to have been built in the year 1150 in the Romanesque style. In fifteenth century, changes were made to the church. In the following year it was extended to the west to a length of twenty five feet. The construction work was carried out in the Gothic style. This church was destroyed with the entire monastery complex in the course of the Sewer War.

5. The Rhine-Waal University

The Rhine-Waal University

The Rhine-Waal University is a university founded in 2009. In the winter semester of 2009, the educational institution was opened. University operates in full from 2013 and it has its head office in Kleve and a branch in Kamp-Lintfort. The German river Rhine and Dutch river Waal are the namesake of the university. The areas between these two rivers have merged to form the Euregio Rhine-Waal. The Rhine-Waal University is part of Association.

2. Kamp Monastery

Kamp Monastery

Kamp Monastery is a former abbey in the field of Kamp-Lintfort. It was founded in 1123 and was the first monastery of Cisters in German-speaking countries. The monastery is situated on a hill, south of the historic canal runs along the Fossa Eugeniana.

4. Garden


The first baroque gardens were created in the Baroque period in France, they are called therefore also French gardens. As anarea in the Baroque garden, you can see art palace in near-by. Conceptually, the Baroque park dates back to the Italian Renaissance garden. However, this garden was smaller, formed by the addition of numerous so-called compartments. Baroque garden is part of the overall architectural concept of the castle.

Kamp Lintfort has amazing location and it is hidden from crowded masses and rush hour. You can relax here no matter what.

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