The banks of the Rhine in Deutz received a representative front as a counterpart to the promenade on the left bank of the Rhine. This new boulevard will reach from the Tanzbrunnen to the Severinsbrücke. The boulevard was designed in Berlin by the Planaroma office for landscape planning.
The work is being carried out on historical ground. Here the Roman castle Castrum Divitia marks the core centre of the town Deutz. In the 19th century this was the location of cuirassier barracks. Therefore the archaeological excavation surface was extended to 4,000 square meters. The excavation exhibits are to remain in an archaeological park and also to be partially visible.