Westfalen Park     more than a year ago
Built between May 1958 and April 1959 the 211.36m Florianturm (Florian Tower, or Florian for short - Florian being the patron saint of gardeners) is the fourth tallest structure in Germany. A positively divine piece of concrete that has rather importunely become a top spot for advertisers, of interest to visitors are the three floors open to the public. Viewing galleries offering superb views of the city can be found at both 141.88m and 144.7m, and there's an expensive revolving restaurant underneath at 137.54. The large rectangle sticking out was used for bungee jumping from 2000 until 2003 when tragedy struck and somebody died when the bungee came undone during a jump.


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