The name of the city Meerbusch comes from the monastery "Prämonstratenserinnenkloster Meer" which was owner of a huge woodland called "Meerer Busch". Rests of the monastery can be visited in the "Meerhof" or so called "Haus Meer". You also should take a look at the church tower 13th century which is located in Meerbusch-Büderich. Today it is used as a memorial for war victims. The entrance portal and the hanging cross inside the church have been designed by the artist Joseph Beuys . Not only for people who want to get married the chapel Niederdonk (15th century) stands for a pilgrimage and marriage chapel. A walk on the seat of nobility Dyckhof with it´s main building which attracts attention with numerous gables and an enormous tower with a several curved cover, gives you interesting insights. You clearly recognize the characteristics of the barogue style which had been added during there construction in 1666. A few more sightseeing points are the "Windmill in Osterath" and the "Teloy mill". One of the latest features is the Hospital of therapy for motorik, language therapy, therapy of creativity and nursing in Osterath.
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Germany's postal system is very efficient, their logistics branch DHL is one of the best companies in this field world-wide, with domestic post or within a radius of 400 kilometres, send within a day. The website of Deutsche Post has an online calculator for postage fees as well as a post office finder. Within Germany, sending postcards costs €0.45 and standard letters €0.55, within Europe it is €0.65 for a postcard, standard letters to places in Europe cost €0.70. Outside Europe, the prices for sending a postcard or standard letter are €1 and €1.70 respectively. Although you will find the old post offices (mainly in the city centre), most of the smaller neighbourhood post offices are part of a small tobacco shop or grocery store.
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