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Definitions

  1. Neuss is a pulsating city with a rich history dating back over 2000 years.
  2. Neuss was first documented as a town in the year 1138 AD.
  3. Today, Neuss is a trade centre between Dsseldorf (15 minutes) and Cologne (30 minutes).

Berlin

  1. Schwann was born in Neuss and studied at Bonn, Würzburg, and Berlin.

Children

  1. Josef Frings was born as the second of eight children of Heinrich, a weaving industrialist and manufacturer, and Maria (née Sels) Frings, in Neuss.

Place

  1. From midth of 17th century AD on Neuss was reduced to a place of agricultural importance but regained economical power in 19th century AD.

Harbour

  1. Neuss grew during the Middle Ages because of its prime location on several routes, by the crossing of the great Rhine valley, and with its harbour and ferry.

Hanseatic League

  1. Neuss became a member of the Hanseatic League, although it was never accepted by the other members of the League.

Historic City Centre

  1. Located 1 km from the centre of Neuss, central Dusseldorf is just 6 km away and its historic city centre 4 km. (Web site)

Minutes

  1. The historical centre of Neuss is only a short distance from here, and it takes you just a few minutes to get to the famous Dusseldorf Old Town.

Trade Centre

  1. Today, Neuss is a trade centre between Duesseldorf and Cologne.

Theodor Schwann

  1. Theodor Schwann was born at Neuss, near Cologne, in 1810 and became professor of anatomy at Louvain in 1839, and at Liège in 1848, and died in 1882. (Web site)

German Physiologist

  1. THEODOR SCHWANN (1810-1882), German physiologist, was born at Neuss in Rhenish Prussia on the 7th of December 18 o. (Web site)

Germany

  1. Theodor Schwann, a German cytologist and physiologist, was born in Neuss, Germany on December 7, 1810. (Web site)
  2. Novesium is the city of Neuss on the west bank of the Rhine in the state of North Rhine - Westphalia, Germany. (Web site)

Dusseldorf

  1. The Swissotel - Dusseldorf (Neuss) hotel has 246 air-conditioned guestrooms decorated in soft pastel tones, which overlook Dusseldorf and the River Rhine.
  2. You can easily reach the city centers of Neuss, Dusseldorf and Cologne by using car or public transportation.

Neuss

  1. Frank Biela (born August 2 1964 in Neuss, Germany) is an auto racing driver, mainly competing in touring cars and sportscar racing.
  2. The contemporary, 16-floor Swissotel - Dusseldorf (Neuss) hotel is located on the left bank of the River Rhine in Neuss, Germany.
  3. In the Siege of Neuss, he could force Charles the Bold of Burgundy to give his daughter Mary of Burgundy as wife to Frederick's son Maximilian.

Categories

  1. Dusseldorf
  2. Touring Cars
  3. German Physiologist
  4. River Rhine
  5. Trade Centre
  6. Books about "Neuss" in Amazon.com

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