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Car rental Bochum
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Car rental Bochum
Bochum is a city in North Rhine-Westphalia – in the western part of Germany .The city has 380,500 inhabitants (2008), and is the Ruhr area, between the cities of Essen and Dortmund.
Bochum was founded in the 1300s, and currently has several historical attractions. On the north bank of the river Ruhr are two medieval castle and the town’s oldest church – “Prospectuses Church of St. Peter und Paul” – has many visitors.The church as it stands today was built in 1547 – on the ruins of a much older church that burned down in 1517.
Bochum is known for its Mining Museum, located north of downtown. The mining museum is also a popular tourist attraction – with 400,000 visitors annually.
Other city sights include City Hall from 1931, the railway museum (in the district Dahlhausen), Schauspielhaus Bochum – one of the largest and most prestigious theaters in Germany and the Planetarium.
Art Museum “Bochum Museum” is also worth a visit – with its magnificent collection of German art since 1945, and international art from the 1900s.