Town of Schwerte, District of Unna, Germany

Schwerte is a town in the district of Unna, in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The total population is 46,700 people.

Schwerte is a short 5-minute drive from Dortmund, and I had an hour to walk in the area.

I can’t say that Schwerte has anything especially interesting for tourists. In one hour I was able to cover everything from their Wikipedia page. Either way, the town looks clean and looked after, that’s what matters the most.

4 Replies to “Town of Schwerte, District of Unna, Germany”

  1. Nikki Reply

    I’m moving here soon to be an au pair and I had never heard of Schwerte before, so I really appreciate this peek at what it’ll be like! It looks so cozy and wonderful and these pictures really eased my worries that it might not be so nice. Thank you!

    • Dumitru Brinzan Reply

      Hey Nikki,

      I photographed the old part of the town, not the commercial/industrial part. Those look the same everywhere. My intention was to show the parts in which someone would spend an hour or two on a Sunday :)

      Good luck!

  2. Michael Reply

    The suspicious-looking stairs lead to a parking garage that once served as a cold war bunker.
    Source: I live in Schwerte ;)

    Nice pics btw!

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