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'''Düsseldorf, Germany''' is a city in Germany (although in the movie it is portrayed as a town). It is the home of [[Augustus Gloop]], [[Mr. Gloop]] and [[Mrs. Gloop]]. It is where [[Gloop's Butcher Shop]] is situated. It is also where the first golden ticket was sent, so Augustus could find it. The way it is portrayed in the movie, it looks like it is in Bavaria, however, in actuality it is in North Rhine-Westphalia. Despite this, the name Düsseldorf literally translates to "village of the Düssel" (the Düssel is a stream near the city), so it's not too far from the truth.
 
'''Düsseldorf, Germany''' is a city in Germany (although in the movie it is portrayed as a town). It is the home of [[Augustus Gloop]], [[Mr. Gloop]] and [[Mrs. Gloop]]. It is where [[Gloop's Butcher Shop]] is situated. It is also where the first golden ticket was sent, so Augustus could find it. The way it is portrayed in the movie, it looks like it is in Bavaria, however, in actuality it is in North Rhine-Westphalia. Despite this, the name Düsseldorf literally translates to "village of the Düssel" (the Düssel is a stream near the city), so it's not too far from the truth.
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Düsseldorf, Germany is a city in Germany (although in the movie it is portrayed as a town). It is the home of Augustus Gloop, Mr. Gloop and Mrs. Gloop. It is where Gloop's Butcher Shop is situated. It is also where the first golden ticket was sent, so Augustus could find it. The way it is portrayed in the movie, it looks like it is in Bavaria, however, in actuality it is in North Rhine-Westphalia. Despite this, the name Düsseldorf literally translates to "village of the Düssel" (the Düssel is a stream near the city), so it's not too far from the truth.