CorelDraw Map Dortmund Germany

Dortmund is a vibrant city in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, known for its industrial history, cultural attractions, and lively neighborhoods. The city is divided into 12 administrative districts, each with its own unique characteristics and neighborhoods. Here’s an overview of some of the major districts and neighborhoods in Dortmund:

  1. City Center (Innenstadt):
    • Dortmund’s city center is the heart of the city, featuring historic architecture, shopping streets, and cultural attractions like the Reinoldikirche.
    • The Westenhellweg is a bustling shopping street, and the Old Market Square (Alter Markt) is a popular gathering spot.
    • The Kreuzviertel neighborhood is known for its trendy bars, cafes, and young professionals.
  2. Hörde:
    • Located in the south of Dortmund, Hörde is known for its industrial history, and the Hörder Burg is a historic castle in the area.
    • The Phoenix See is a newly developed lake with residential and recreational spaces.
  3. Hombruch:
    • A quiet and predominantly residential area in the southern part of Dortmund.
    • The Romberg Park is a beautiful green space, and the Hohensyburg Casino is nearby.
  4. Eving:
    • Located in the north, Eving is a mix of residential and industrial areas.
    • The Borsigplatz is a historic site related to the foundation of Borussia Dortmund, the famous football club.
  5. Marten:
    • A diverse district with various residential areas.
    • The St. Martin Church is a prominent landmark, and the district has a mix of parks and green spaces.
  6. Scharnhorst:
    • A primarily residential district in the northeast.
    • The Nordmarkt is a popular local market, and the district is home to several schools and parks.
  7. Brackel:
    • Known for its suburban feel with a mix of residential areas and green spaces.
    • The Fredenbaumpark is a large urban park with various leisure facilities.
  8. Aplerbeck:
    • A charming district in the southeast with a mix of historic and modern neighborhoods.
    • The Aplerbeck Marktplatz is a central gathering point.
  9. Lütgendortmund:
    • Located in the western part of Dortmund.
    • The district offers a mix of housing and commercial areas, and it’s known for its sports clubs and green spaces.
  10. Huckarde:
    • A district in the northwestern part of the city with various residential areas.
    • The Huckarder Marktplatz is a central hub with shopping and dining options.
  11. Mengede:
    • Located in the northwestern part of Dortmund.
    • The Wasserschloss Haus Bodelschwingh is a historic castle, and the district has a mix of residential neighborhoods.
  12. Scharnhorst-Nord:
    • An area in the northeast of the city with a mix of residential and industrial zones.
    • The district features the Nordbad, a popular public swimming pool.

Each district in Dortmund has its own unique character and offers a range of amenities and attractions. Whether you’re looking for a bustling city center, a quiet suburban atmosphere, or a mix of both, Dortmund’s districts provide diverse living and cultural experiences.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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