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The village of Endenich was founded in the 8th century, first mentioned in 804 as Villa quae vocatur Antiche (the village was first called Antiche).
Today, about 12,000 people live in Endenich.
It is bounded by other quarters of Bonn including Duisdorf, Dransdorf, Lengsdorf, Lessenich and Poppelsdorf. It is next to Autobahn A565. It has its own Kulturmeile, an Irish Pub The Fiddlers, and a cinema.
Composer and pianist Robert Schumann lived for the last two years of his life in the mental home Richarz'sche Heilanstalt on Magdalenenstraße (on today's Sebastianstraße) where he died on July 29, 1856. In 1984 his last residence was named Schumannhaus (Schumann house) and was converted into a music library and museum.
In the northern part is the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie which was opened in 1972.
- Endenich online
- The Robert Schumann House
- Max Planck Institute for Radioastronomy
- Springmaus Theater
- The Fiddlers Bonn's International Pub
- Die "Harmonie"
- Rex Programmkino
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