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  1. Bonn has managed to shape for itself a new profile as the German City of the United Nations. The Bonn UN Campus is the visible symbol. Since July 1996, Bonn is entitled to call itself a UN City.
  2. Bonn is international. People come here from all over the world to work, meet, and live. Bonn’s English Web Portal contains comprehensive information about life in Bonn and useful points of contact for official matters.
  3. More than 1,000 participants from 80 nations, including approximately 330 mayors and other leading representatives at local and regional level, took part in the summit of cities and regions on Sunday, 12 November, in Bonn.
  4. I welcome you warmly to the Official Website of the City of Bonn www.bonn.de.
    It offers you approximately 18,000 pages of information about administration and business, family and society as well as extensive information on International Bonn, a brimful calendar of events and online services which in many cases can spare you a personal visit to the City Hall or to one of the District Town Halls.
  5. The works of Ludwig van Beethoven, Germany's greatest composer, are played throughout the world. At the tender age of 12 he was already creating sonatas and symphonies which to this day form the basis of every good musical education.