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Fuerstenweg 13, Paderborn, North Rhine-Westphalia, 33102, Germany
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Adam-und-Eva-Haus, symbols of evangelists
Mill wheel at Inselspitz
Travel Tips for Paderborn
When visiting Paderborn take the time to tour the buildings, it tells a lot about the history of the city. In the last week of July the people of Paderborn decorate the town and begin the Libori Festival. Amongst the attractions, and candyfloss stall, Austrian almonds stalls, and cake stalls etc you will find a small box theater housing the special puppet show Kasper and his friends. This is great fun to watch, so if you have children, take them along to watch this fascinating piece of miniature puppet drama, great fun.
The Busdorf church was sanctified 1036 and originally had the form of an octagon. But today, you don’t notice it. I didn’t found it that interesting especially as you can go just some steps inside until lattices stop you, but the cloister is nice. If you take the way on the right of the main entrance, you’ll find it.
Paderborn - where the river Pader is born
Paderborn is situated in the east of Nordrhein-Westfalen (North Rhine-Westphalia) and has about 140.000 inhabitants. Its a lovely city, with a nice cathedral, and well worth a visit. It's a quite religious city with lots of interesting churches.
However I mostly like the springs of the river Pader, on some places you can watch some bubbles in the water, very interesting!
And if you are interested in computers and its history, you’ll have to visit the Heinz Nixdorf Museum, it claims to be the largest computer museum in world!
Very much helpful information about Paderborn (also in English) can be found at www.paderborn.de.
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