- a port in and the capital of North Rhine–Westphalia, in W Germany, on the Rhine.
- a state in W Germany; formerly a part of Rhine province. 13,154 sq. mi. (34,070 sq. km). Capital: Düsseldorf.
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Contemporary Examples of dusseldorf
Go: Regular flights available from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Istanbul, Vienna, Dusseldorf, and Frankfurt.Nine Amazing Places To Skinny Dip Around The World
September 21, 2013
A closing dinner for Havenrock II was held in Dusseldorf in July 2007, according to Bloomberg News.Goldman's Dirty Customers
April 21, 2010
The 40-year-old Voit studied at the Dusseldorf Academy in Germany with Thomas Ruff, a disciple of Bernd and Hilla Becher.This Is Not a Tree
January 7, 2010
Historical Examples of dusseldorf
They owned the shed at Baden-Baden and leased from the municipality the one at Dusseldorf.Zeppelin
Shocks at Dusseldorf, according to a Berlin paper of 5th Sept.
Passing through Dusseldorf he could scarcely tear himself away; for the Elector Palatine wished to keep him at any price.Sketch of Handel and Beethoven
Thomas Hanly Ball
He exhibited at the Kunstverein at Dusseldorf a picture of "Rebecca at the well," very well executed.
Through the kind courtesy of Mr. Lewis, we were enabled to visit the studios of nearly all the leading artists of Dusseldorf.Over the Ocean
- an industrial city in W Germany, capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, on the Rhine: commercial centre of the Rhine-Ruhr industrial area. Pop: 572 511 (2003 est)
- a state of W Germany: formed in 1946 by the amalgamation of the Prussian province of Westphalia with the N part of the Prussian Rhine province and later with the state of Lippe; part of West Germany until 1990: highly industrialized. Capital: Düsseldorf. Pop: 18 080 000 (2003 est). Area: 34 039 sq km (13 142 sq miles)German name: Nordrhein-Westfalen