The Great Dhünntalsperre, fed by the two spring arms of the river Dhünn, is the third largest drinking water barrier in Germany and is operated by the Wupperverband.

The “Neuland-Park” is the recreation area for the whole family and for all gardeners. On a barrier-free area of ??22 hectares, bordering on the banks of the Rhine, the park presents itself with its theme parks, its many unusual playgrounds, the gastronomic offer and a mini golf course. Events that take place all year round in the park invite you to linger.

The Japanese garden in the Flittard district of Cologne on the outskirts of Leverkusen is a park within the Carl-Duisberg-Park on the industrial site Chempark of Bayer AG. Address: Kaiser-Wilhelm-Allee, 51373 Leverkusen, Germany.

Wildpark Reuschenberg, the park is located on an area of ??around 60,000 square meters in the middle of the Reuschenwald Forest and houses 80 species of game and pet species. In total, more than 200 animals can be seen in the extensive plant: from the forest game over black sturgeon, otter, birds of prey, ferrets and reptiles, goats, sheep, fallow deer, moufflons to porcupines, a lynx and bee colony.

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