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Dinslaken is a city located in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is more or less 15 kilometers north of Duisburg. It has the following neighboring municipalities namely, Bottrop, Hünxe, Oberhausen, Duisburg, Voerde, and Rheinberg. The city of Dinslaken has been divided into 6 subdivisions, Averbruch, Bruch, Eppinghoven, Hiesfeld, Innenstadt, and Lohberg. It has a land area of 18.4 square mile, an elevation of 20-113 meters, and a population of 70,233 inhabitants with approximately 97,269 residents for every 7 kilometers radius.
It is well known for its medieval parish church, St. Vincentius, which has been destroyed by World War II and rebuilt from 1951 to 1952. Despite the fact that life is simple in the place, the town has become an attractive residential area with great leisure and recreational value. It has become famous for its Trabrennbahn Dinslaken in german or its harness horse track. Among the places and things to see in Dinslaken is the Historical house, Ritterstraße; Voswinckelshof; the Bollwerckskathe at the city wall; Lorry of the mine, Lohberg/Osterfeld; an open air theatre, ""Burghofbühne""; the coal mine; windmill and the church. A choir has also been organized to serenade guests and to sing during masses. Their piece includes that of Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Vivaldi, Mendelssohn-Bartholdy and Beethoven but their favorites are choral compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach.
For those who are interested to visit the place, the town of Dinslaken has affordable hotels like City Hotel and Zum Grunewald for tourists who want to explore the beauty of the place. The hotels offer indoor and outdoor pools and with helpful multi-lingual staffs. For those who have already been in this part of the world can attest to the fact that the people are hospitable and it's like your home away from home.