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Viersen is a city located in the federal state of north Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The city is famous for its Matserfoods Company. Also the international Jazz festival is one of the main attractions of this town. Contrary to its name which means FOUR RIVERS there are no rivers in this city.
The city belonged to the kingdom of Prussia in the Middle Ages the textile industry was the driving force of development in the late 19th century. The Second World War broke this force and gave way for more diverse trading.
The city has a railway station which keeps the city connected to most parts of the state. The city can be accessed by roads also from the nearby cities.
The city has a population of over 76,000 spread over an area of 91 square km. The city is fairly in sea level with the maximum altitude being just 41m above sea level. The city is made up of 3 different districts.
The city has a good connection of bus service that connects it to the 3 districts and has a main bus station located in the city center where you can change buses that go to different parts of the town. You can also hire taxis to get around the town.
The city has a few museums to visit including the Sculpture collection museum. Also there are a lot of structures to visit in the 3 districts of the city like the parish church of St. Remigius, the city hall, the former gate suchtelner and the Weber wells.
The best way to know more about this city is to hire guides. You can arrange for guided tours either with the city tourism office or with the hotel where you stay in. You can also hire locals as guides.
The temperature in the city is pleasant almost all through the year with winters getting pretty cold. Rainfall is scattered all through the year with average rainfall being about 750mm a year.