Altstadt

Altstadt is the German language word for `old town`, meaning `historical city centre within the city wall`, in contrast to younger suburbs outside. Neustadt (new town), the logical opposite of `Altstadt`, mostly stands for a part of the `Altstadt` in modern sense, sometimes only few years younger than the oldest part, sometimes a late medi...
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Altstadt

(from the article `Bremen`) The city of the late 20th century is an interesting amalgam of medieval and modern architecture. The outstanding features in the Altstadt, or Old ...
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Altstadt

(from the article `Hamburg`) The nucleus of the city is the Altstadt (Old Town), the former medieval settlement, bounded by the harbour and by a string of roads that follow the ...
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Altstadt

[Düsseldorf] The Altstadt (literally `old town`) is one of the 49 boroughs of Düsseldorf, Germany; it belongs to central City District 1. The Düsseldorfer Altstadt is known as `the longest bar in the world` (längste Theke der Welt), because the small Old Town has more than 300 bars and discothèques; supposedly, each establishment`s bar...
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Altstadt

[Zürich] Altstadt (German for `old town`) in the Swiss city of Zürich encompasses the area of the entire historical city before 1893, before the incorporation of what are now districts 2 to 12 into the municipality, over the period 1893 to 1934. Altstadt approximately corresponds to the area enclosed by the former city ramparts, and is to...
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