Oberhausen Travel Tip:
The Oberhausen gasometer, the largest disc-type gas holder in Europe, is an industrial monument located in Oberhausen, Germany. It was constructed between 1927 and 1929. Today it is an Anchor Point of the European Route of Industrial Heritage and serves as an exhibition hall.
The Oberhausen Gasometer today
The Gasometer Oberhausen is the tallest exhibition hall in Europe. The Gasometer, 117.5 metres high, is a landmark of the city of Oberhausen. As an imposing witness to the history of construction and technology it is an impressive reminder of heavy industry that characterised the Ruhr for more than a century. The Gasometer Oberhausen, with more than four million annual visitors, is one of the major Anchor Points of the European Route of Industrial Heritage.
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