Why a trip to Dortmund?
Dortmund is a German city in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
It is known for the Signal Iduna Park (formerly Westfalenstadion), the home of Borussia Dortmund.
In the nearby Westfalenpark stands the Florian tower, visible from afar, with its viewing platform. On the roof of the underground tower is the illuminated Dortmunder U. The former brewery building houses, among other things, the exhibition rooms of the Ostwall Museum of Modern Art. The Rombergpark is home to native trees and greenhouses with cacti and tropical plants.
Well, I'm a photojournalist, and I plunged my camera into the turmoil of the Karnevaleskes in Dortmund to capture impressions.
The fair takes place in the middle of the city. Next to the Reinoldikirche.
St. Reinoldi, also Reinoldikirche, is a Protestant church in the city centre of Dortmund.
Another reason to travel to Dortmund is the Dortmund Phönixsee.
The lake is on a former steelworks Phoenix East.
Nearby is Phoenix West. The blast furnace plant Phoenix-West is listed as a monument in the monument list of the city of Dortmund
Written and photos by Marcus Uecker- Photojournalist
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