Have You Ever Heard Of The Indemann?

I visited Germany this summer. More precisely – Dusseldorf, Aachen and Eschweiler. One day, I was taken for a road trip by my sister who showed me a great place called the Indemann.

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The Indemann Tower

Before heading there, I tried to search for more info about the place, but it seemed like not many travel bloggers went there. So here I am writing a post about undiscovered Indemann.

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Me on top of the Indemann Tower

What’s the Indemann?

The Indemann is an Observation Tower located in Inden, a small town in Germany nearby Eschweiler (30 minute car drive). It is 118 foot tall and it’s made out of steel.

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The Indemann

It was designed as a symbol of the structural-political evolution of a former mining district. Opened 24/7, it offers a wonderful view of the region.

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The view of region from the top

The place looks wonderful at night as it’s decorated with lights which reflect off the round stainless steel wires and crates the impression of a three-dimensional hologram!

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The view of region from the top
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The view of region from the top

The Indemann has over 40,000 LEDs and it is a symbol of a bright future!

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Getting there

You can get here easily by Highway A4 when visiting the Netherlands or Belgium.

 What do you think about this place?

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