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Dear Bonners,
dear guests from Germany and from abroad!

Welcome! We are happy that you are interested in the website of the City District of Bonn.
With a surface of 64.2 square kilometres (corresponding to 45 per cent of the whole city territory) it is the largest of the four city districts of the Federal City of Bonn. In the course of the regional and local reorganisation in 1969 - it was made up of ‘old’ Bonn and the formerly independent villages and towns of Buschdorf, Ippendorf, Lessenich and Röttgen. Today, the city district of Bonn is composed of the following boroughs: Auerberg, Bonn-Castell, Buschdorf, Dottendorf, Dransdorf, Endenich, Graurheindorf, Gronau, Ippendorf, Kessenich, Lessenich-Meßdorf, Nordstadt, Poppelsdorf, Röttgen, Südstadt, Tannenbusch, Ückesdorf, Venusberg, Weststadt and Bonn-Zentrum.

The current population of this district amounts to 146.000.
The City District of Bonn is the part of the Federal City of Bonn where the main educational, cultural and leisure institutions and facilities are located. A considerable number of government offices, associations and other organisations are to be found here. The website of the City District of Bonn is indeed worth visiting! It will be continuously updated. Therefore I welcome all suggestions and remarks, not only concerning the website but also all other matters of interest; please send them by simply clicking on the e-mail button.

Enjoy exploring the website of the District of Bonn!


Brigitta Poppe-Reiners

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Last update: October 11, 2018



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