Museo Koenig
Museum / History museum

El Museo de Investigación Alexander Koenig (en alemán: Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig) es un museo de historia natural y una institución de investigación zoológica de la ciudad de Bonn, Alemania. El museo recibe su nombre de Alexander Koenig, quien donó su colección de especímenes a la institución. Se abrió en 1934 y está adscrito a la Universidad de Bonn.

Haus der Geschichte
Museum / History museum

Haus der Geschichte (officially Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, i. e. "House of the History of the Federal Republic of Germany") is a museum of contemporary history in Bonn, Germany. With around one million visitors every year, it is one of the most popular German museums. The Haus der Geschichte is, as well as the "Zeitgeschichtliches Forum Leipzig", the "Tränenpalast" am Bahnhof Friedrichstraße and the Kulturbrauerei with the collection of industrial design ("Sammlung Industrielle Gestaltung") part of the Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland Foundation. The foundation's place of business is Bonn.

In its permanent exhibition, the Haus der Geschichte presents German history from 1945 until the present. Numerous temporary exhibitions emphasize different features. The Haus der Geschichte also organizes guided tours of the Palais Schaumburg, the Chancellor's bungalow and the former place of the Federal Assembly. Moreover, the museum maintains a cartoon gallery with over 75,000 political cartoons and caricatures.

The Palais Schaumburg is a castle-like building in Bonn which has housed parts of the German Federal Chancellery since 1949 and from 1976 to reunification was the first official residence and office of the Chancellor. As headquarters of the Federal Chancellery it was simply known as the House of the Federal Chancellor (German: Haus des Bundeskanzlers).

Rheinisches Landesmuseum Bonn
Museum / History museum

The Rheinisches Landesmuseum Bonn, or LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn, is a museum in Bonn, Germany, run by the Rhineland Landscape Association. It is one of the oldest museums in the country. In 2003 it completed an extensive renovation. The museum has a number of notable ancient busts and figures dating back to Roman times.

The Bonn Minster (German: Das Bonner Münster) is one of Germany's oldest churches, having been built between the 11th and 13th centuries. At one point the church served as the cathedral for the Archbishopric of Cologne. However, the Minster is now a Papal basilica.

The Kunstmuseum Bonn or Bonn Museum of Modern Art is an art museum in Bonn, Germany, founded in 1947. The Kunstmuseum exhibits both temporary exhibitions and its collection. Its collection is focused on Rhenish Expressionism and post-war German art. It is part of Bonn's "Museum Mile".

Poppelsdorf Palace (German: Poppelsdorfer Schloss) is a Baroque palace style in the district Poppelsdorf of Bonn, western Germany. It was constructed from 1715 till 1746, under design by the Frenchman Robert de Cotte. The palace was owned by the Archbishop of Cologne Clemens August.

Under the Prussian rule, in 1818 the Palace and the nearby Park became part of the University of Bonn. In the same year the Park was converted to the Botanical Garden of Bonn, which today contains about 0.5 hectares of greenhouse area with eleven greenhouses and about 8.000 different plants.

In 1944 the Palace was heavily damaged by an Allied air attack. It has been rebuilt in a much more simple appearance from 1955 on.


Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (Art and exhibition hall of the Federal Republic of Germany) is a museum in Bonn, Germany. Located on the Museum Mile in Bonn it has exhibitions of art treasures and important cultural objects from around the world. It has an exhibition area of 5600 square meters.

Villa Hammerschmidt was designated the official residence of the President of Germany in 1951. Located in the former West German capital of Bonn, it remained the official residence of the President until the government offices were returned to the recently-reunified Berlin in 1994. President Richard von Weizsäcker made Schloss Bellevue in Berlin his primary official residence; since that time the Hammerschmidt Villa has served as a secondary residence. In German, the Villa is also called "White House of Germany", because it looks similar to the residence of the President of the United States.

The villa is situated in the heart of the former government district of Bonn, bordering the river Rhine to the north and opposite the zoological Museum Koenig to the south. It is also adjacent to the secondary official residence of the Chancellor, the Palais Schaumburg, to the west.

The upper floor of the building houses a private apartment for the German President while the ground floor consists of state rooms which are used for ceremonial purposes.

Villa Hammerschmidt was built by August Dieckhoff in 1860 in neo-classical style, as a stately home for a wealthy industrialist. It was redecorated in 1868 by the architect Otto Penner.

Since its construction Villa Hammerschmidt has been owned by:

Museum / Science museum

The Arithmeum is a mathematics museum owned by the Forschungsinstitut für Diskrete Mathematik (Research Institute for Discrete Mathematics) at the University of Bonn.

It was founded by the Director of the Institute, Bernhard Korte, who contributed his private collection of calculating machines.

The building's steel-glass facade - located at Lennéstrasse 2 - is meant to represent the "transparency of science".

El Jardín Botánico de la Universidad Friedrich Wilhelms de Bonn ó en alemán: Botanischen Gärten der Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, es un jardín botánico de unas 6,5 hectáreas de extensión, que se encuentra en Poppelsdorf barrio de Bonn. Depende administrativamente de la Universidad Friedrich Wilhelms de Bonn y es una de las colecciones de plantas más antiguas de Alemania.

The University Hospital Bonn is the tertiary referral academic teaching hospital associated with the University of Bonn. It is located at University of Bonn - Campus Venusberg, Bonn-Venusberg, Bonn, Germany. It is among the leading hospitals in Germany and Europe, providing excellent patient care and research. Since 2008 the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE) is being established on the hospital site

Akademisches Kunstmuseum (English:Academic Art Museum) is an art museum in Bonn, Germany. It is the oldest museum in Bonn and houses the antique collection of the University of Bonn with more than 500 antique statues and reliefs, and over 2,000 originals. It is located in a neoclassical building at the southern end of the Hofgarten, near the Electoral Palace.

The museum was founded in 1818 and has one of the largest collections of plaster casts of ancient Greek and Roman sculptures in the world. At this time collections of plaster casts were mainly used in the instruction of students at art academies. They were first used in the instruction of university students in 1763 by Christian Gottlob Heyne at University of Göttingen. The Akademisches Kunstmuseum in Bonn was the first of its kind, as at this time collections at other universities were scattered around universities libraries. The first director was Friedrich Gottlieb Welcker, who also held a professorship of archaeology. His tenure was from 1819 until his retirement in 1854. He was succeeded by Otto Jahn and Friedrich Wilhelm Ritschl, who shared the directorship. From 1870 to 1889 Reinhard Kekulé von Stradonitz, nephew of the famous organic chemist Friedrich August Kekulé von Stradonitz, was the director. In 1872 the museum moved to a new building that was formerly used by the department of anatomy. The building was constructed from 1823 to 1830 and designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel and Hermann Friedrich Waesemann. Other directors of the museum were Georg Loeschcke (from 1889 to 1912), Franz Winter (from 1912 to 1929), Richard Delbrueck (from 1929 to 1940), Ernst Langlotz (from 1944 to 1966), Nikolaus Himmelmann (from 1969 to 1994) and Harald Mielsch (since 1994). All directors, with the exception of Friedrich Wilhelm Ritschl held a professorship of archaeology at the university.

Telekom Dome
Sport venue

Telekom Dome is an indoor sporting arena that is located in Bonn, Germany. The capacity of the arena is 6,000 spectators and it opened in 2008. It is currently home to the professional German Basketball League team Telekom Baskets Bonn. It replaced the club's former arena, the Hardtberghalle.

The Philatelic Archive in Bonn (German:Archiv für Philatelie) is a philatelic museum in Bonn, Germany.

The Philatelic Archive in Bonn is operated by the Museum Foundation Post and telecommunications. The museum documents the history of philately of the first postage stamps in Germany to the latest specials stamps. The collection includes not only valuable rarities and freshly printed new editions but also has original designs, rehearsal prints, stationery, printing block and much more. One of the most famous exhibits is a copy of the Blue Mauritius.

The core of the archive is the so-called "General Collection", which today has more than 800 albums. The general objective of the collection is to house every stamp ever published.

The museum has a sheet copy of the Yellow Cathedral postage stamp insured for 1 million euros.

La Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität es el nombre completo de la universidad renana de Bonn (Alemania). Esta es la más grande, y una de las más prestigiosas Universidades del país. Su rector actual es Matthias Winiger. En el semestre del verano del 2005, la Universidad contaba con alrededor de 30.000 estudiantes incluidos 5.000 extranjeros. Es el primer generador de empleo de la ciudad. De ella depende el Jardín Botánico de Bonn.

Post Tower, emblemático edificio de la ciudad de Bonn. Según fue planificado por el despacho del arquitecto aleman Helmut Jahn, la torre de planta oval se encuentra orientada hacia el Rin, facilitando así su visibilidad desde casi cualquier punto de la ciudad.

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Haribo es una empresa alemana dedicada a la producción de golosinas. La marca es un acrónimo ideado por su fundador, Hans Riegel, en 1920. Está formado por las dos primeras letras de su nombre más el de la ciudad donde instaló su primera fabrica, Bonn (Hans Riegel, Bonn).

West Germany

West Germany (German: Westdeutschland) is the common English name for the Federal Republic of Germany or FRG (German: Bundesrepublik Deutschland or BRD) in the period between its creation in May 1949 to German reunification on 3 October 1990.

During this period, the NATO-aligned West Germany and the socialist East Germany were divided by the Inner German border. After 1961, West Berlin was physically separated from East Berlin as well as from East Germany by the Berlin Wall. This situation ended when East Germany was dissolved and its five states joined the ten states of the Federal Republic of Germany along with the reunified city-state of Berlin. The enlarged Federal Republic of Germany with sixteen states (known simply as "Germany") is thus the continuation of the pre-1990 Federal Republic of Germany.

The Federal Republic of Germany was established from eleven states formed in the three Allied Zones of occupation held by the United States, the United Kingdom and France (the "Western Zones"). The city of Bonn was its provisional capital city. The fourth Allied occupation zone (the East Zone, or Ostzone) was held by the Soviet Union. The parts of this zone lying east of the Oder-Neisse were in fact annexed by the Soviet Union and communist Poland; the remaining central part around Berlin became the communist German Democratic Republic (abbreviated GDR; in German Deutsche Demokratische Republik or DDR) with its de facto capital in East Berlin. As a result, West Germany had a territory about half the size of the interwar democratic Weimar Republic.

At the onset of the Cold War, Germany (and, indeed, Europe) was divided among the Western and Eastern blocs. Germany was de facto divided into two countries and two special territories, the Saarland and divided Berlin. The Federal Republic of Germany claimed an exclusive mandate for all of Germany, considering itself to be the democratically reorganised continuation of the German Reich. It took the line that the GDR was an illegally constituted state. The GDR did hold regular elections, but these were not free and fair; from the West German perspective the GDR was thus a puppet state of the Soviets and therefore illegitimate.

Three southwestern states of West Germany merged to form Baden-Württemberg in 1952, and the Saarland joined the Federal Republic of Germany in 1957. In addition to the resulting ten states, West Berlin was considered an unofficial de facto 11th state. While legally not part of the Federal Republic of Germany, as Berlin was under the control of the Allied Control Council, West Berlin aligned itself politically with West Germany and was directly or indirectly represented in its federal institutions.

Relations with the Soviet bloc improved during the era of ‘Neue Ostpolitik’ around 1970, and West Germany began taking the line of "two German states within one German nation", but formally maintained the exclusive mandate. It recognised the GDR as a de facto government within a single German nation that in turn was represented de jure by the West German state alone. East Germany, as before, recognised the existence of two German countries de jure, and the West as both de facto and de jure foreign country. The Federal Republic and the GDR agreed that neither of them could speak in the name of the other one.

The foundation for the influential position held by Germany today was laid during the Wirtschaftswunder (economic miracle) of the 1950s when West Germany rose from the enormous destruction wrought by World War II to become the world's third largest economy. The first chancellor Konrad Adenauer, who remained in office until 1963, had worked for a full alignment with the West rather than neutrality. He not only secured a membership in NATO but was also a proponent of agreements that developed into the present-day European Union. When the G6/G8 was established in 1975, there was no question whether the Federal Republic of Germany would be a member as well.

With the collapse of communism in Central and Eastern Europe in 1989, symbolised by the opening of the Berlin Wall, there was a rapid move towards German reunification. East Germany voted to dissolve itself and accede to the Federal Republic in 1990. Its five post-war states (Länder) were reconstituted along with the reunited Berlin, which ended its special status and formed an additional Land. They formally joined the Federal Republic on 3 October 1990, raising the number of states from 10 to 16, ending the division of Germany. The expanded Federal Republic retained West Germany's political culture and continued its existing memberships in international organisations, as well as its Western foreign policy alignment and affiliation to Western alliances like the European Union and NATO.


DHL es una empresa de paquetería con sede en Alemania. Fue fundada en San Francisco (1969) por Adrian Dalsey, Larry Hillblom y Robert Lynn, de la letra inicial de sus apellidos es que surge el nombre de la compañía.

Bonn Central Station (Bonn Hauptbahnhof) is a railway station located on the left bank of the Rhine along the Cologne–Mainz line. It is the principal station serving the city of Bonn. In addition to extensive rail service from Deutsche Bahn it acts as a hub for local bus, tram, and Stadtbahn services.

The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) is an international non-profit organisation and the global governing body for the Paralympic Movement. The IPC organizes the Paralympic Games and functions as the international federation for nine sports. Founded on 22 September 1989 in Düsseldorf, Germany, its mission is To enable Paralympic athletes to achieve sporting excellence and inspire and excite the world. Furthermore, the IPC wants to promote the Paralympic values and to create sport opportunities for all persons with a disability, from beginner to elite level.

The IPC has a democratic constitution and structure and is composed of representatives from 174 National Paralympic Committees (NPC's), four international organizations of sport for the disabled (IOSD's) and five regional organizations. The IPC's headquarter is located in Bonn, Germany.

On the basis of being able to organize the Paralympic Games more efficiently and to give the Paralympic Movement one voice, the four international organizations combined under the IOSD founded the International Co-ordination Committee of World Sports Organizations for the Disabled (ICC) in 1982. In the upcoming years, other organizations joined and the need for a democratically guided organization emerged, demanded by the nations participating in the Paralympic Movement. They desired a democratic structure, to improve national and regional representation, which led to the foundation of the IPC as we know it today. The 1994 Winter Paralympics, Norway, were the first to be organized by the IPC.

The IPC functions as an umbrella organization, representing several sports and disabilities, in contrast to other international sports organizations for athletes with a disability, which are predominantly limited to a single sport or disability.

The word "Paralympic" derives from the Greek preposition "para" ("beside" or "alongside"). and "Olympics". The first connotation connected to the syllable "para" was paralysis or paraplegia. But since the Paralympics cover different disability groups and the close association to the Olympic Movement, "para" underlines the existence of both movements side by side.

A fifteen-member Governing Board oversees the IPC between meetings of the General Assembly. Dr. Robert D. Steadward became the first President in 1989. Since 2001, Sir Philip Craven is President of the IPC, who is also a member of the International Olympic Committee.

The number of athletes and nations participating in the Paralympic Games and thus being part of the Paralympic Movement is constantly increasing, alongside with the audience. Sport for persons with a disability is growing on a national and international level.

El Bundeskartellamt es la autoridad alemana responsable de la regulación de la competencia y de los derechos de los consumidores. Establecido en 1958 forma parte del Ministerio Federal de Economia y Technologia del Gobierno federal de Alemania. La oficina tiene su sede en Bonn desde 1999 y esta presidido por Andreas Mundt.

Endenich is a neighborhood of Bonn, Germany, since 1904.

The village of Endenich was founded in the 8th century, first mentioned in 804 as Villa quae vocatur Antiche (the village was first called Antiche).

Today, about 12,000 people live in Endenich.

It is bounded by other quarters of Bonn including Duisdorf, Dransdorf, Lengsdorf, Lessenich and Poppelsdorf. It is next to Autobahn A565. It has its own Kulturmeile, an Irish Pub The Fiddlers, and a cinema.

The Bundesrechnungshof (Federal Court of Auditors; also Federal Audit Office) is the supreme federal authority for federal audit matters in Germany. There are equivalent bodies at state level. The status of the Bundesrechnungshof, its members and its essential functions are guaranteed by the German Constitution (art. 114 paragraph 2 of the Basic Law), and regulated by other legislation (i.e. Bundesrechnungshof Act, Federal Budget Code). It is an independent judicial body, with around 600 employees. Its current President is Dieter Engels.

Die Deutsche Post AG mit Sitz in Bonn ist das größte Logistik- und Postunternehmen der Welt. Deutsche Post DHL ist der Name, unter dem der Konzern seit 11. März 2009 in der Öffentlichkeit auftritt. Das Unternehmen entstand 1995 durch Privatisierung der früheren Behörde „Deutsche Bundespost“ und ist seit 2000 Bestandteil des deutschen Leitindexes an der Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse.

The Bundeshaus is a building complex in Bonn, Germany, which functioned as the site of the plenary sessions of the German Bundestag between 1949 and 1999. The main building, constructed between 1930 and 1933, served as a Pedagogical Academy until the end of the Second World War. After the resolution of the Hauptstadtfrage (Capital Question) in 1949 in favor of Bonn, the structure was converted into the provisional home of the Bundestag and Bundesrat.

For over forty years it served as the seat of both constitutional bodies. The Bundeshaus was expanded and renovated numerous times until these institutions were transferred to Berlin after the Hauptstadtbeschluss (Capital Resolution) in 1999, nine years after the German reunification. The plenary hall then became the "Internationale Kongresszentrum Bundeshaus Bonn", now known as the "World Conference Center Bonn", in which national and international conferences take place. The southern part of the building is to become the headquarters of the Climate Secretariat of the United Nations as part of the "UN-Campus", including the former Abgeordnetenhaus and the office block known as "Langer Eugen" (Tall Eugene, nickname of Eugen Gerstenmaier, former President of the Bundestag).

The Haus der Geschichte provides the opportunity to book guidances and to visit the historical place of the former Bundesrat.

Lengsdorf es un barrio de Bonn em Stadtbezirk de Hardtberg con cerca de 4700 Habitantes.

Das Bundesviertel – bis 1993 Parlaments- und Regierungsviertel – ist ein Stadtteil von Bonn und umfasst die am Rhein liegenden Ortsteile Gronau und Hochkreuz. Im engeren Sinne wird darunter nur das als internationales Viertel bezeichnete Gebiet um die ehemaligen Standorte der Verfassungsorgane in Gronau verstanden, im weiteren auch noch in jüngerer Zeit hinzugekommene Gebiete am gegenüberliegenden Rheinufer.

Als Bonn 1949 zur vorläufigen Hauptstadt des kriegszerstörten Westteils Deutschlands bestimmt wurde, bot sich das Areal als Sitz der Bundesregierung und des Bundestages an. In der Folge wurde das weitgehend unbebaute Gebiet zum Standort zahlreicher Behörden, Verbände und Botschaften. Das Regierungsviertel verlor wie die Bundeshauptstadt Bonn erst gegen Ende der 1980er-Jahre seinen provisorischen Charakter, als die deutsche Teilung kurz darauf schon wieder endete.

Bis zum Umzug des Parlaments und des größten Teils der Bundesregierung nach Berlin Ende der 1990er-Jahre war es das Zentrum der politischen Macht in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Der Strukturwandel des Viertels, der zu dieser Zeit begann, hat zu einem rasanten Austausch der ansässigen Behörden, Organisationen und Unternehmen und einer Veränderung des Erscheinungsbilds geführt. Das so entstandene „Bundesviertel“ ist zur Drehscheibe mehrerer international tätiger Organisationen und Großkonzerne geworden, wird aber auch weiterhin durch die verbliebenen Bundesinstitutionen bestimmt. Das einstmals an der Stadtgrenze zu Bad Godesberg gelegene Randgebiet bildet heute neben dem Bonner Zentrum als Arbeitsplatzschwerpunkt eine „neue Mitte“ der Stadt.

The Max-Planck-Institut für Mathematik is a mathematical research institute located in Bonn, Germany. It is named in honour of the German physicist Max Planck. The institute is part of the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, a network of scientific research institutes mainly located in Germany.

The Institute, having emerged from the Sonderforschungsbereich (collaborative research centers) known as "Theoretische Mathematik" (Theoretical Mathematics), was founded by Friedrich Hirzebruch in 1980 and he acted as the director of the institute until his retirement in 1995. Currently, the institute is managed by a board of four directors consisting of Werner Ballmann (managing director, succeeding Günter Harder), Gerd Faltings, Peter Teichner and Don Zagier. Friedrich Hirzebruch was, and Yuri Manin is, acting as emeriti.

The working areas of the institute are:

Das Bundesministerium für Ernährung, Landwirtschaft und Verbraucherschutz (BMELV) ist ein Bundesministerium der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Sein Hauptsitz befindet sich in der Bundesstadt Bonn, ein zweiter Dienstsitz an der Wilhelmstraße in Berlin.

Es wurde am 22. November 2005 durch Organisationserlass des Bundeskanzleramts aus dem Bundesministerium für Verbraucherschutz, Ernährung und Landwirtschaft gebildet. Die Reihenfolge wurde alphabetisch geregelt um die Gleichstellung der einzelnen Ressorts darzustellen.

Die ursprüngliche Bezeichnung war zwischen 1949 und 2001 Bundesministerium für Ernährung, Landwirtschaft und Forsten. Die Aufnahme des Verbraucherschutzes anstelle von Forsten im Namen geht auf Renate Künast zurück und ist vor dem Hintergrund des damaligen BSE-Skandals zu sehen.

Die Umbenennung 2001 stellt dabei keine schlagartige Kompetenzerweiterung dar. Sie ist vielmehr Ausdruck von gesellschaftlichen Veränderungen, die sich sowohl hier als auch in anderen Ressorts, auf Ministerialebene widerspiegeln. So sieht sich Ilse Aigner heute beispielsweise wesentlich stärker für die Belange des Datenschutzes verantwortlich, als dies bei ihren Vorgängern der Fall war.

Das Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung (BMZ) ist ein Ministerium der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Es hat seinen Hauptsitz in Bonn im ehemaligen Bundeskanzleramt, ein zweiter Dienstsitz befindet sich in Berlin im Europahaus.

Das World Conference Center Bonn (WCCB) befindet sich im Bundesviertel von Bonn, in unmittelbarer Nähe des Rheins. Es umfasst die ehemaligen Plenargebäude des Deutschen Bundestages – den Neuen Plenarsaal und das Wasserwerk – und Teile des Bundeshauses, die sog. „Bestandsbauten“. Die Grundsteinlegung für einen Erweiterungsbau, ein Kongresszentrum und ein angeschlossenes Hotel, erfolgte im Mai 2007. Die Bezeichnung „World Conference Center Bonn“ (WCCB) löste die bis zum 14. Mai 2007 benutzte Bezeichnung „Internationales Kongresszentrum Bundeshaus Bonn“ (IKBB) ab.

Im Februar 2009 war der Investor für den Erweiterungsbau, SMI Hyundai, nicht mehr in der Lage, das Projekt zum Abschluss zu bringen. Die Stadt sucht seitdem nach Wegen, den Bau fertigzustellen. Die Staatsanwaltschaft Bonn ermittelt gegen Akteure des Projektes. Nach Beantragung eines Insolvenzverfahrens durch den Generalübernehmer kam es Ende September 2009 zu einem Baustopp. Die Fertigstellung des Konferenzzentrums kostet nach Einschätzung des Insolvenzverwalters rund 74 Mio. Euro und ist frühestens für 2013 geplant.

The Federal Agency for Civic Education (German: Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, bpb) is a German federal government agency responsible for promoting civic education. It is subordinated to the Federal Ministry of the Interior. Thomas Krüger has served as President of the agency since 2000.

The agency was established on November 25, 1952 as the Bundeszentrale für Heimatdienst, and renamed the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung in 1963. In the Weimar Republic, its predecessor was the Reichszentrale für Heimatdienst.

Le ministère fédéral de la Santé (Bundesministerium für Gesundheit, BMG) est le ministère du Gouvernement fédéral allemand chargé de la politique de santé.

Il est dirigé depuis le 12 mai 2011 par Daniel Bahr (FDP).

Das Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz und Reaktorsicherheit (BMU), kurz Bundesumweltministerium, ist ein Ministerium der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Sein erster Dienstsitz befindet sich in Bonn, sein zweiter Dienstsitz in Berlin.

The Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy (Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie) is located in Bonn, Germany. It is one of 80 institutes in the Max Planck Society (Max Planck Gesellschaft).

Als Kanzlerbungalow wird das ehemalige Wohn- und Empfangsgebäude des deutschen Bundeskanzlers in Bonn bezeichnet. Es wurde von 1964 bis 1999 zu diesem Zweck genutzt. Der Bungalow befindet sich im Park zwischen dem ehemaligen Bundeskanzleramt (heutiges Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung) und dem Palais Schaumburg, dem Bonner Dienstsitz des Bundeskanzlers. Es steht in etwa an der Stelle der ehemaligen Villa Selve, die 1955 abgerissen wurde.

Das Gebäude gilt als bedeutendes Beispiel der 1960er-Jahre-Architektur mit Traditionen bis zurück in die 1920er-Jahre und steht seit 2001 unter Denkmalschutz.

The Schürmann-Bau is an office building in Bonn, named after its architect Joachim Schürmann. The building houses the headquarters of the Deutsche Welle, after being originally planned for the members of parliament. The construction site was heavily damaged in spring 1993 by a flood of the Rhine. During the construction period there was no flood control installed. Only in 1997, the damaged building was renovated. Estimated costs were 700 million Euros.

Als Bahnhofsvorplatz oder auch Bahnhofsbereich wird in Bonn die Fläche vor dem Hauptbahnhof bezeichnet. Dabei handelt es sich nicht um einen homogenen Platz im engeren Sinne, sondern zusammenhängende Anteile mehrerer Straßen und Bebauungsflächen. Eine Neugestaltung des Bereichs wird seit langem kontrovers diskutiert.