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Cycle Route Emscherpark-Radweg Süd

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Elevation profile Cycle Route Emscherpark-Radweg Süd

Added on 30 Nov 2015,

on 07 Dec 2015

Cycle route metrics

Total distance in km

126

Cumulative elevation gain in m

350

Avg. slope uphill in %

0,28

Cumulative elevation loss in m

380

GPS track data

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InduKult & RVR

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Track points in total

655

Track points per km (avg)

5

Start/endpoint

Start location

Duisburg, Nordrhein-Westfalen, DE (31 m NHN)

End location

Hamm, Nordrhein-Westfalen, DE (65 m NHN)

Character

Abwechskungsreich und spannend durch die Parklandschaft des zentralen Ruhrgebietes vom Hafen Duisburg über Essen, Bochum, Dortmund nach Hamm. Etwa 80% der Strecke autofrei, teils an Bächen und oft über umgenutzte Eisenbahntrassen. Viele der bekannten industriekultur-Highlights liegen direkt am Weg, z.B. Weltkulturerbe Zollverein, Kokerei Hansa, Erzbahntrasse, Maximilianpark. Die Route wird ständig weiterentwickelt. Minimale Steigungen und Gefälle.

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Landscape

Siedlungen, Parks, Industriekultur-Highlights, naturnah zurückgebaut Bäche, Kleingärten, Brachen, Wälder

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Travel to and from ...

von Duisburg Hbf ca. 2 km zum Start, ab Maximilian-Park ca. 6 km nach Hamm Hbf

Sources of information

Regionalverband Ruhrgeviet, "Route der Industriekultur"

www.route-industriekultur.de/route-per-rad

Connecting cycle path

Beds4Cyclists, worth visiting and infrastructure

Name and address

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Rating for cyclists

 

0 km
2,9 km
33 m

 

DE-47198 Duisburg

 

Hotel

 

1 km
0,8 km
20 m

DE-47059 Duisburg

 

Duisburg Innenhafen (innerer Bereich); Aufnahmestandort: nahe Küppersmühle
Duisburg, Museum Küppersmühle
Duisburg, Schwanentorbrücke

The Innenhafen (Inner Harbour) in Duisburg, encompassing an area of 89ha., was for over a hundred years, during the high point of the Industrial Revolution, the central harbour and trading point of the town. Since the mid-60s, the importance of the harbour declined and it lay in a disused condition for 20 years, before plans for renovation were drawn up. This former industrial area has been fundamentally transformed, a process which started as a part of the International Building Exhibition Emscher Park (IBA) which ran from 1989 until 1999.

The basis for this model of development in the Ruhr district was delivered in 1994 by the British architect Norman Foster. Since then, the Inner Harbor has transformed itself into a district combining employment, housing, culture and water-based leisure activities. Today, the Inner Harbour is both an industrial monument and a main stop on the Route der Industriekultur.

Highlights of the newly renovated quarter of the Inner Harbour are the Küppersmühle converted to an arts museum by Herzog & de Meuron, the Werhahnmühle, which following the departure of the Children's Museum ATLANTIS is being used as a “Legoland Discovery Centre“, the Cultural- and City History Museum, the “Garden of Remembrance“ laid out by Dani Karavan as well as the Synagoge of the Jewish District of Duisburg-Mülheim/Ruhr-Oberhausen, designed by the architect Zvi Hecker.

Additionally, on the far side of the Garden a marina has been built complete with a Buckelbrücke ('Buckle bridge' – for pedestrians). It is intended to extend the marina into the adjacent Holzhafen.

A lively dining-scene has also developed. In addition to more than 15 restaurants und clubs, there are also owner-run bars and franchises.

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Wikipedia contributors, 'Duisburg Inner Harbour', Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 14 October 2013, 18:08 UTC, http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Duisburg_Inner_Harbour&oldid=577165288 [accessed 2 January 2014]

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1 km
4,1 km
25 m

DE-47055 Duisburg

 

Sports equipment

MSV-Arena in Duisburg, Haupttribüne
MSV-Arena in Duisburg
MSV-Arena in Duisburg

The MSV-Arena, currently known for sponsorship purposes as the Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena, is a football stadium in Duisburg, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, built in 2004. The stadium is the home of MSV Duisburg and holds 31,500 people. It was built on the site of the old Wedaustadion. The stadium was the venue of the 2005 World Games.

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Wikipedia contributors, 'MSV-Arena', Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 16 August 2013, 22:07 UTC, http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=MSV-Arena&oldid=568856509 [accessed 2 January 2014]

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Hours of opening

Info und Anmeldung für Einzelpersonen
RUHR. VISITORCENTER Duisburg
Tourist Information im CityPalais
Königstraße 39
47051 Duisburg

 

4 km
2,7 km
34 m

 

DE-47137 Duisburg-Meiderich

 

Youth hostel

 

4 km
2,9 km
29 m

DE-47137 Duisburg

 

Industrial heritage

Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord von Westen aus gesehen
Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord, Promenade entlang der Alten Emscher
Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord, Hochofen 5
Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord, das „Krokodil“

Landschaftspark is a public park located in Duisburg Nord, Germany. It was designed in 1991 by Latz + Partner (Peter Latz), with the intention that it work to heal and understand the industrial past, rather than trying to reject it. The park closely associates itself with the past use of the site: a coal and steel production plant (abandoned in 1985, leaving the area significantly polluted) and the agricultural land it had been prior to the mid 19th century.

The park is divided into different areas, whose borders were carefully developed by looking at existing conditions (such as how the site had been divided by existing roads and railways, what types of plants had begun to grow in each area, etc.). This piecemeal pattern was then woven together by a series of walkways and waterways, which were placed according to the old railway and sewer systems. While each piece retains its character, it also creates a dialogue with the site surrounding it. Within the main complex, Latz emphasized specific programmatic elements: the concrete bunkers create a space for a series of intimate gardens, old gas tanks have become pools for scuba divers, concrete walls are used by rock climbers, and one of the most central places of the factory, the middle of the former steel mill, has been made into piazza. Each of these spaces uses elements to allow for a specific reading of time.

The site was designed with the idea that a grandfather, who might have worked at the plant, could walk with his grandchildren, explaining what he used to do and what the machinery had been used for. At Landschaftspark, memory was central to the design. Various authors have addressed the ways in which memory can inform the visitor of a site, a concept that became prevalent during Postmodernism.

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Wikipedia contributors, 'Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord', Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 27 July 2013, 23:11 UTC, http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Landschaftspark_Duisburg-Nord&oldid=566078978 [accessed 2 January 2014]

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Hours of opening

Es gibt Führungen für Kinder und Erwachsene bei Tag und Nacht. Hierzu ist eine Anmeldung im Besucherzentrum erforderlich. Gruppen können unter etwa zehn verschiedenen Führungen und Spielen wählen. Das Besucherzentrum bietet auch nähere Informationen zur Route der Industriekultur sowie Bücher, Postkarten und Mitbringsel zum Thema Ruhrgebiet.

Besucherzentrum

Montag - Freitag von 09.00 – 18.00 Uhr
Samstag, Sonntag und Feiertags von 11.00 – 18.00 Uhr

Hüttenführung

jeden Samstag, Sonntag und Feiertag 12.00 Uhr und um 14.00 Uhr

Mai bis September auch Mittwochs um 10.00 Uhr.

Kinderführung „Hunde, Fuchs und Ofensau“

von März bis Oktober jeden Sonntag um 10.00 Uhr.

Fackelführung mit dem Hüttenwerker

jeden Freitag und Samstag um 18.00 Uhr (Nov. - Feb.), 18.30 Uhr (Mär. + Okt.),  20.00 Uhr (Apr. + Sep.), 21.00 Uhr (Mai – Aug.). Taschenlampen erforderlich!

 

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