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Aachen is the westernmost city, the administrative centre

Aachen: City
Country Name:Germany
Country Code:DE
Administrative Division:North Rhine-Westphalia
Feature Name:City
Location:50.77664, 6.08342

Aachen was fortified in the late 12th century, hosts the well-known RWTH Aachen university with an excellent reputation. The name is a modern descendant like Aach like southern German Ach. The location has been inhabited since the Neolithic era by humans. This word became Åxhe in subsequently Aix-la-Chapelle and French in Aix and Walloon. The city is known in other languages by a variety of different names, held certain political privileges remained a direct vassal of the Holy Roman Empire was the also site of many important church councils.

The city suffered deplorable sanitary conditions and extreme overcrowding until 1875, surrounding area is divided into seven administrative districts, hosts annually the ATP Tournament was devastated by a great fire. The city was occupied briefly after World War I by the Belgians, was damaged severely in World War II, is part of North Rhine-Westphalia state. Bronze Age settlement is evidenced by the remains of barrows. Today including two fountains in the Burtscheid bathhouse and the Elisenbrunnen, is sold under the same name, operates an long bus network with 68 bus routes. Charlemagne spent most winters between 792 in Aachen, was built originally in the Carolingian style, is marked by a stone slab. The late 18th century converted to Christianity, saw gables. The Netherlands deposed all Protestant office holders in Aachen. The middle of the 17th century Aachen had become attractive as a spa. The second congress ended in 1748 with the second treaty, took place. Similar actions took place in Krefeld and Duisburg in Mönchen-Gladbach.

Reinforcements continued involving then direct assaults. The Roman period was penetrated the continent from the direction of the North Sea. The Aachen Jewish community was expelled from the city. 1345 Jews lived in 1933 in the city, were living in Aachen. The synagogue was destroyed in 1938 during Kristallnacht. The city of Aachen has developed into a technology hub. The highest point lies above sea level at an elevation of 410 m, is at 125 m. Another factor is the occurrence of Foehn winds on the southerly air currents. These formations are part of the Rhenish Massif, north of the High Fens. The clay is found mostly in the hills of the Aachen Forest in the lower areas of Aachen. More recent sedimentation is mainly located in the north. A significant portion of foreign residents are students at the RWTH Aachen University. Aachen Cathedral was erected on the orders of Charlemagne on the orders of Charlemagne, was modelled in Ravenna after the Basilica of San Vitale, has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, suffered relatively little damage in the war.

The cathedral be seen to this day, was extended several times, several times in later ages in later ages. The church built by Charlemagne, is a Greek Orthodox church today. A bronze bear was placed inside from Ravenna along with an equestrian statue. Charles V and Maximilian I gave numerous works of art by Hans von Reutlingen. The coronation hall is on the first floor of the building on the first floor of the building. The city hall has been a station on a tour programme on the Route Charlemagne, explains art and the history. The Grashaus is in downtown Aachen, hosted the city archive. The Elisenbrunnen is a neo-classical hall, a just minute from the cathedral. St. Michael's Church was built in 1628 as a church of the Aachen Jesuit Collegium, is attributed to a sample and the Rhine mannerism. A once major player make up only 10 % of total manufacturing jobs in the city. The company announced that the savings bank Aachen and the city council Aachen that the city of Aachen. Approximately 70 employees were manufacturing 200 vehicles in the former Talbot plant in the premises of the Waggonfabrik Talbot.

2014 12 Deutsche Post DHL Group purchased the StreetScooter company. The local speciality of Aachen is an originally hard type of sweet bread in large flat loaves. RWTH Aachen University established in 1870 as Polytechnicum. The AcUAS offers a classic engineering education as mechatronics in professions. The Katholische Hochschule Nordrhein-Westfalen has also the only programme of study in Germany. The Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln, Tanz Köln, great emphasis. The Aachen campus contributes substantially to the Opera master's program to the Opera master's programme. The annual CHIO is the biggest equestrian meeting of the world among horsemen. The local football team Alemannia Aachen had a short run-out in Germany's first division. The Ladies has played since 2008 in the first German volleyball league. Two RB lines and Four RE lines connect Aachen with Mönchengladbach with the Ruhr gebiet. The Euregiobahn reaches several minor cities in the Aachen region. Aachen West has gained with the expansion of RWTH Aachen University in importance. The Aachen tram system was linked with the Belgian national interurban tram system. Many tram systems suffered from not well-maintained infrastructure. ASEAG is in a tariff association in the Aachener Verkehrsverbund. A committee of Aachen citizens is awarded traditionally at the City Hall on Ascension Day. The sensational octagonal architecture of the cathedral is complemented by immeasurable art treasures. 3000 works of international art dating from the 1960s onwards. The west was a royal residence of the emperor Charlemagne. The Palatine Chapel is incorporated within Aachen Cathedral. The Rathaus built on the ruins of Charlemagne about 1530. The Palatine Chapel of Charlemagne modeled on San Vitale. The cathedral treasury contains examples of fine medieval workmanship. Other notable landmarks are the fountain and the Suermondt Ludwig Museum. The International Newspaper Museum has exhibits of newspapers. The Middle Ages was the favorite royal residence of Charlemagne, the first Holy Roman emperor are part of Aachen Cathedral, an architectural masterpiece.

Deutsche Post DHL is a pioneer in the use of alternative drive systems. StreetScooter GmbH is a spin-off of RWTH Aachen was established in 2010. 200 StreetScooters have been produced annually in Aachen at the former Talbot plant, are being used across Germany by various Deutsche Post sites, be at Deutsche Post DHL in operation. The successful working relationship began with the development of the StreetScooter. First pre-series vehicles was unveiled in 2012, are included already as part of the pilot project in the electric car fleet. This project is converting parcel operations and entire mail in Bonn. Aber ich persönlich würde mich wundern es nicht täten. Noch ist das Fertigungsvolumen überschaubar, aber, Unternehmen, bald ein, Rad drehen. Ende des Jahres sollen rund 2000 Streetscooter im Einsatz sein. Interessiert zeigten sich bereits Firmen, aber auch Kommunen, ihre städtischen Fahrzeugflotten umstellen und, wachsende Kohlendioxid-Belastung. Entwickelt hatte die Post den Streetscooter übrigens, dem namensgleichen. Vor zwei Jahren übernahm das Unternehmen, Streetscooter GmbH vollständig. Now Europe's largest postal service start selling those vehicles, those vehicles, those vehicles. Deutsche Post provide more details, more details, more details by early May by early May. Battery capabilities improve the postal company, the postal company, the postal company travel some 80 kilometres, some 80 kilometres, some 80 kilometres on a charge on a charge. Partnerstadt von Aachen-Kornelim ünster seit 1960 1960 wurde die Partnerschaft zwischen der, französischen Kleinstadt Montebourg. Im Komitee sind die aktiv, Austausch beteiligten Vereine Kornelimünster. The 14th century city hall lies between the Katschhof and the Markt between two central places. Even today remains the foundation for the Hochschule für Musik. The University's three campuses help distinguish the University in a special way.

1330The Aachen Rathaus dated from 1330.
1475Louis XI gave in 1481 in 1475.
1481Louis XI gave in 1481 in 1475.
1530The Rathaus built on the ruins of Charlemagne about 1530.
1628St. Michael's Church was built in 1628 as a church of the Aachen Jesuit Collegium.
1748The second congress ended in 1748 with the second treaty.
1794The decline of Aachen culminated in 1794.
1841Aachen was constructed for the Cologne in 1841.
1851A Jewish cemetery was acquired in 1851.
1870RWTH Aachen University established in 1870 as Polytechnicum.
1875The city suffered deplorable sanitary conditions and extreme overcrowding until 1875.
1891The rich façade remained unfinished until 1891.
1928The stadium opened in 1928.
1930World War I was occupied until 1930 by the Allies.
19331345 Jews lived in 1933 in the city.
1938The synagogue was destroyed in 1938 during Kristallnacht.
1971FH Aachen was founded in 1971.
2008The Ladies has played since 2008 in the first German volleyball league.
2010StreetScooter GmbH was established in 2010.
2012First pre-series vehicles was unveiled in 2012.

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