Located on the outskirts of Bergisches Land, Duisburg is the 12th largest city in Germany. With the conflux of two major rivers of Germany, Rhine, and Ruhr here, it boasts the world's biggest inland harbor. It was completely destroyed during the World War II due to the bombings and was entirely rebuilt. After the war, it has been one of the prime centers of various political events. If you are planning to visit the city, don't miss out exploring the marketplace dating back to the 1st Century. Now, Duisburg is renowned for its steel production. This is a city worth exploring for all those who are looking to understand the historical progress of Germany and understand its local culture.