Paderborn

Welcome to Paderborn
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 Situated at the heart of Germany, midway between the Northern Lowlands and the mountainous central region, the charming city of Paderborn is full of many diverse and delightful attractions.

The city’s wider community extends across eastern North-Rhine Westphalia and encompasses a catchment area of half a million people, the majority of whom live in the more rural outlying villages. There are 145,000 inhabitants (as recorded in December 2008) living within the city, many of which moved to Paderborn during the last thirty years.

The city has numerous qualities to tempt the visitor. With over 1200 years of history to its credit, it is steeped in historical tradition which has shaped the cityscape. The many parks and green spaces beginning right by the shopping precinct at Pader Springs are much appreciated by city-dwellers and visitors alike. Despite the recent modernisation and expansion of the city, it remains a user-friendly place that can be easily navigated. In comparison with other cities, inhabitants have only a short distance to travel from home to work. Paderborn’s appeal thus lies in the combination of many different qualities. Ancient and modern, sacred and spiritual, economic and political are all combined, each contributing to the city’s distinctive character. Take a virtual tour around Paderborn through our city guide and form your own picture of the city – then experience it for real by paying us a visit! We look forward to seeing you!

For more infomation visit (Paderborn.de…)

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Welcome to Paderborn

Paderborn is a young, dynamic city with a history of more than 1,200 years and a diversity that speaks for itself. The city is proud of its lived traditions and its noteworthy past which can be discovered in many locations and numerous historical buildings. Among the many interesting landmarks are, for instance, the city hall, the reconstructed imperial palace, the city cathedral with its famous Three-Hares-Window (Drei-Hasen-Fenster) and the Pader springs.

Experience the pulsating life of a modern and upcoming city with a wide offer of cutural activities and leisure time facilities.

The city’s special atmosphere originates in its various opposites: tradition versus innovation, old versus new, high tech versus Middle Ages. Those are the attractive contrasts awaiting you in Paderborn. You will experience them as a harmonious whole!

As university town and “computer city” Paderborn with its approx. 147,000 inhabitants offers an innovative business environment as well as a broad spectrum of highly qualified education facilities. Numerous green spaces inside the city and beautiful landscapes in the surrounding area offer additional possibilities for recreation.

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Paderborn – look and see!

Videos on Libori Festival
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Das große Libori-Finale in Paderborn

 
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Paderborn’s Twin Towns

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Le Mans (France)

Bolton (United Kingdom)

Belleville (Illinois, USA)

Pamplona (Spain)

Przemysl (Poland)

Debrecen (Hungary)

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Paderborn is home to world’s biggest computer museum

Heinz Nixdorf Museums Forum

The Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum is the world’s biggest computer museum, as well as a vibrant venue. The 5,000-year history, present and future of information technology is depicted over 6,000 m² of floorspace, from the origins of numbers and characters in 3,000 B.C. all the way to the computer age of the 21st century. The 2,000-plus objects on show are presented within the broad context of social and economic history, making the exhibition appealing to laymen and computer experts alike. The extensive offering of events in the MuseumsForum complements the exhibition. Lectures, workshops and conferences focus on aspects of the far-reaching influence exerted by information technologies on both man and society at large. Thus the remit of the HNF is to address the issues of man’s guidance and education in the present-day information society.

The Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum is sponsored by the Stiftung Westfalen, founded by Heinz Nixdorf himself. This concentrates on promoting science and teaching, especially in the field of information technology.

Click to read and view all about this biggest computer museum in the city of Paderborn

https://www.hnf.de/start.html

The University of Paderborn
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http://www.uni-paderborn.de/fileadmin/kurzportraet/KP-2016-engl-web.pdf

Decision-making and management bodies, administration, interest groups:

University Execution Board
Senate
University Network and Fundraising
Academic Staff Council
Non-academic Staff Council
Non-professorial Staff Council
Equal Opportunities Officer
Disabled Staff Representation
Disabled Persons Officer
Jugend- und Auszubildendenvertretung
AStA (Student Council)
University Archive
University Society
University Council
Administration
Press and Communication
Research Unit/EU
Technology and Knowledge Transfer
University Marketing and University Journal
Bildungsinnovationen und Hochschuldidaktik
University Sports Centre
Organisation Chart (PDF, 32k), Organisation Chart (DOC, 76k)
Elections for University Bodies
Committee to Monitor the Quality of Teaching and the Organisation of Studies
Tuition Fees – Use of Tuition Fee Resources
Ombudsman on “Safeguarding Good Scientific Practice”

University History
Getting here: How to find us/Campus Plan

Family-friendly University
Arbeits-, Gesundheits- und Umweltschutzmanagement
Corporate Health Management

Job Market
Partner Universities
Photo Archive/Uni Logo

Adress:
Universität Paderborn
Warburger Str. 100
D-33098 Paderborn

Tel. (Central Switchboard): +49 (0)5251 60-0 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              +49 (0)5251 60-0      end_of_the_skype_highlighting
Fax: +49 (0)5251 60-2519
Website: http://www.uni-paderborn.de


Lage des Uni-Campus in der
Stadt, Sicht nach Nordwest
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(Foto: Tibor Werner Szolnoki, 14.07.2006)

Universität Paderborn – TowerCam

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Paderborn -Lippsstadt Airport 
The expendaing airport in the heart of Germany

Flight Operations

According to the provincial government’s plans Paderborn-Lippstadt airport is intended to be the station for regional scheduled air traffic, occasional industrial air traffic, in particular for tourist air traffic and for company owned aircraft as well as the focus for general aviation.

These aims have been realized since the beginnings of tourist charter flights with large medium-haul aircraft in 1988.

Destination Network

Nonstop and feeder flights to Munich offer mobility to almost every destination in the world. Counting more than 38.000 flight movements and 1 million passengers each year Paderborn-Lippstadt Airport is well-established amongst European and International Airports.

Airlines offer a wide variety of holiday flights to the most attractive destinations in the south of Europe. Destinations like Spain, North Africa, Canary Island, in Turkey and Bulgaria are scheduled throughout the seasons. City flights to the hotspots in Europe complete the European network. Scheduled flights with Lufthansa feed the star alliance from Munich providing further continental and intercontinental destinations.

Service

Paderborn-Lippstadt Airport was not built as a big airport at the outset. The focus lies rather more on a long-term project timeframe. Modular expansion and continuous planning for future buildings are in accordance with modern developments meeting the airline and passenger needs and demands. Low-key investments and a lean company structure have made Paderborn-Lippstadt Airport strong to meet the competitive market and endure economic crisis. The current facilities offer easy accessibility, high quality operation to short- and long-haul aircraft, a comprehensive service catalogue and a balanced mix of holiday and business flights within Europe. Lufthansa subsidiaries provide links to the worldwide network out of Munich.

Click here to watch the  videos on Airport information

Click here for Airport’s homepage

Schloß Neuhaus, the former residence of the Prince Bishops of Paderborn, is deemed to be one of the most significant early examples of the Weser-Renaissance in this area and is therefore one of the main attractions in the Paderborner Land. The construction of the Palace commenced in the 13th Century and continued to be developed until the 16th Century to the four-winged building with its four round corner spires and its moat, as we now know it. Today, the majority of this complex accommodates a local school. The hall of mirrors is a beautiful venue for concerts, presentations and receptions. In 1994, its former Baroque garden was restored in accordance with an original plan for the Federal Garden Exhibition. Every year, from May to October, the ‘Schloßsommer’ (Summer in the Palace) programme provides numerous events in the gardens. Adjacent to the Baroque gardens are 42 hectares of parkland, the ‘Schloß und Auenpark’ is a popular destination for young and old, with museums, restaurants, footpaths, playgrounds, a crazy golf course and a so-called ‘pool’ for skaters.
A ‘green axis’ leads from the ‘Schloß und Auenpark’ along the Boke Canal to the leisure resort of the Lippe Lake.

The exhibition in the museum presents the natural characteristics of the Paderborner Land. It provides information on the geographic position, geology, typical habitats, fauna and flora and a journey through the ages of the earth, very comprehensively and in a most interesting manner. The museum has a special treat for the children, the ‘Kids’ Museum’.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Mobina says:

    Can you please send me your e-mail address? I want to send you a transcript of an interview that was aired on Nov 4, 2016 by the CBC Radio: The Current (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation). It is about mercy and forgiveness by a Muslim shot by a suprimist and who he tried to save from a death row. A very powerful moving story.

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  2. Thanks Mobina,
    Here is our email-sj
    paderbornersj@gmail.com

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