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Lat: 50° 44' 2.37'' N
Long: 7° 5' 59.33'' E
to 195,30 m
Bonn is the 19th largest city of Germany,
and the 81th largest city of Europe.
Bonn is the 9th largest city of the German State
North Rhine Westfalia (Nordrhein Westfalen NRW).
Bonn was the capital of Weste Germany from 1949 - 1990
and now has the statut of a "Bundes Stadt".
After the transfer of the German Parliament, Chancellery and Presidency
the city remains a center of politics and state administration
as about half of the government job remained.
The city is located on the River Rhine
20 km south of Cologne and north of the famous Rhine Castles,
the last of them the Godesburg is in Bad Godesberg
in the southern part of the City.
Elevation 45,60 m - 195,30 m (Paffelsberg in the Siebengebirge)
Bonn is divided into 4 districts:
Bonn, Beul, Hardtberg and the beautiful Bad Godesberg.
Bonn was founded in 12 BC.
1949 Bonn became the capital of West Germany.
1969 the independant cities Bad Godesberg and Beul were annexed by Bonn.
1990 Bonn lost capital status and became Bundesstadt.
As a "Bundesstadt" Bonn is the home of some
of the German Government including 6 Ministeries:
Ministery of Education, Ministery of Defense, Ministery of Agriculture
Ministry of Economic Cooperation, Ministery of Environment, Ministery of Health,
Bundeskartellamt and Bundesrechnungshof
+49 228 770
Bonn City Info Line - Rathaus
Phone Book of Bonn:
City Directory with White Pages
Pages Jaunes et Pages Blanches Bonn
Paginas Amarillas y Paginas Blancas Bonn
Telefonbuch fuer Bonn mit Branchenbuch
Pagine Gialle e Pagine Bianche Bonn