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General information
Typetelecommunications tower
with restaurant and observation deck
Coordinates51°13′04″N6°45′42″E / 51.21778°N 6.76167°E
Elevation36.6 metres NHN
Construction started20 January 1979
Completed1 December 1981[citation needed]
Inaugurated1 March 1982[citation needed]
Height240.5 metres (789 ft)
Technical details
Structural systemReinforced concrete
Design and construction
ArchitectHarald Deilmann

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The Rheinturm (pronounced [ˈʁaɪ̯ntʊʁm]) (Rhine Tower) is a 240.5-metre-high (789 ft) concrete telecommunications tower in Düsseldorf, capital of the federal state (Bundesland) of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Construction commenced in 1979 and finished in 1981. The Rheinturm carries aerials for directional radio, FM and TV transmitters. It stands 174.5 metres high and houses a revolving restaurant and an observation deck at a height of 170 metres. It is the tallest building in Düsseldorf.[1]

The Rheinturm was inaugurated on 1 December 1981.[2] It contains 7,500 cubic metres of concrete and weighs 22,500 tons. Before October 15, 2004, when an aerial antenna for DVB-T was mounted, it was 234.2 metres high.

The observation deck is open to public, daily from 10:00 AM to 11:30 PM. As a special attraction, a light sculpture on its shaft works as a clock. This sculpture was designed by Horst H. Baumann and is called Lichtzeitpegel (light time level). The light sculpture on the Rheinturm is the largest digital clock in the world.


  • View from the Rheinturm looking down onto Stadtmitte

  • Rheinturm Düsseldorf 70th Anniversary of the state NRW Illumination with Rhine Comet

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  1. ^'All brewing up nicely: jet off to Germany for a guaranteed weekend of good cheer', The Times, 2003-08-09
  2. ^Müller, Wegener, Wöstemeyer: Rheinturm Düsseldorf, p. 18

External links[edit]

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Media related to Rheinturm in Düsseldorf at Wikimedia Commons Media related to Views from Rheinturm at Wikimedia Commons

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  • Rheinturm Restaurants QOMO and M 168 , Centro Hotels Group (in German and English)
  • Rhine Tower at Structurae


  • Klaus Müller, Hermann Wegener, Heinz-Gerd Wöstemeyer: Rheinturm Düsseldorf: Daten und Fakten Triltsch Verlag, Düsseldorf 1990, ISBN3-7998-0060-3.
  • Roland Kanz: Architekturführer Düsseldorf. Dietrich Riemer Verlag, Berlin 2001, ISBN3-496-01232-3, S. 81.
  • Klaus Englert: … in die Jahre gekommen. Der Rheinturm in Düsseldorf. In db Deutsche Bauzeitung 141, 2007, Nr.6, S. 85–88, ISSN 0721-1902.
  • Erwin Heinle, Fritz Leonhardt: Türme aller Zeiten, aller Kulturen. Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, Stuttgart 1997, ISBN3-421-02931-8, S. 235.Coordinates: 51°13′04″N6°45′42″E / 51.21778°N 6.76167°E
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