Brüser Berg

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Brüser Berg
Federal city of Bonn
Coordinates: 50 ° 41 ′ 55 ″  N , 7 ° 3 ′ 22 ″  E
Height : 140–170 m above sea level NHN
Area : 4.5 km²
Residents : 7220  (December 31, 2018)
Population density : 1,604 inhabitants / km²
Postal code : 53125
Area code : 0228
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Location of the district Brüser mountain in the Bonn district Hardtberg
Hardtberg, Brüser Berg, aerial photo (2017)

The Brüser mountain is to the municipality Hardtberg belonging district of the Federal City of Bonn with about 8,000 inhabitants.


The district emerged from 1974, whereby special emphasis was placed on human interaction in the urban development . In addition to a pedestrian zone, there are numerous pedestrian areas in which playgrounds are also integrated. The entire district can be entered almost car-free by pedestrians. Due to the proximity to the federal ministries and authorities in Bonn and its Hardtberg district, in particular the Federal Ministry of Defense on the Hardthöhe , the proportion of federal employees among the residents of the Brüser Berg was at least originally high. In the center of the district, apartment buildings predominate, while the edge is dominated by single-family and terraced houses.

From 1987 to 1993, following an architectural competition, the new district center of Brüser Berg was built . The complex includes a Protestant and Catholic community center (each with a church), a kindergarten , a youth center and a library. The square inner courtyard of the facility is framed by single-storey facades.


A pedestrian zone with numerous retail stores offers extensive shopping opportunities. The district has several schools, such as B. the open all-day school community elementary school Brüser Berg, the community secondary school and European school August Macke school, the Realschule Hardtberg and the Hardtberg-Gymnasium Bonn (HBG).

The Hardtberghalle is located on Brüser Berg and was the venue for Telekom Baskets Bonn until spring 2008 . Since summer 2008, the club's own Telekom Dome below the Brüser Berg has been home to Telekom Baskets Bonn.

The Goethe & Hafis Verlag is also based on Brüser Berg .


The district is connected to Bonn city center via two SWB bus lines , each with a cycle time of 20 minutes and a journey time of 20 to 30 minutes. Lines 608 and 609 are operated by articulated buses, except on Sundays. Since August 2009 there has been an additional express bus service every 20 minutes during rush hour outside of the school holidays. The Westbahn light rail line to Bonn Central Station is being planned.

The district is surrounded by a road ring (Brüser Damm, Pascalstraße) that flows into Konrad-Adenauer-Damm, which enables the connection to the eastbound federal motorway 565 with the Bonn-Hardtberg junction.


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Individual evidence

  1. Population in Bonn by districts (according to the main statute) on December 31 , 2018 , Federal City of Bonn - Statistics Office, February 2019