Situated along the river rhine, Dusseldorf is the capital and the second largest city of the most populous German federal state of North Rhine and also the 7th largest city in Germany. The city lies in the centre of Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan regions. According to a survey, the city is ranked as the sixth most liveable city in the world and the city’s airport is the third busiest airport in Germany. Dusseldorf is home to headquarters to one Fortune global 500 and two DAX companies.
Dusseldorf is a great mix of business, arts, fashion and nightlife.There is a large population of Japanese, Turkish, Greek and polish people in Dusseldorf. The official language of dusseldorf is german.Since the 1970’s it's also been associated with its pioneering culture for electronic music, especially with bands such as Kraftwerk and Die Krupps.
The city is totally built on alluvium, mud, sand, clay and occasionally gravel with the highest point, is the top of sandberg at 165 meters and lowest point in wittlaerboroung, with an average elevation of 28 metres. The city experiences moderate winters with little snowfall and mild warm summers.