Gartenstadt Margarethenhöhe
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Gartenstadt Margarethenhöhe

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Die Margarethenhöhe wurde zwischen 1906 und 1938 gebaut und ist nach ihrer Gründerin, Margarethe Krupp, benannt. Geplant wurde diese Siedlung vom Architekten Metzendorf, einem Mitglied des "Werkbund". Sie stellt eine der konsequentesten Verwirklichungen der Idee des Gartenstadt-Bewegung dar. In direkter Nähe findet sich mit der Mülheimer "Heimaterde" eine weitere Gartenstadt.

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Located along the river Ruhr, Essen was traditionally a significant coal and steel center, one of the largest in Germany. Essen has modernized, hosting a number of large German corporations and boasting a vibrant cultural offering at a number of venues, particularly the Aalto Theater, which is an architectural masterpiece and home to ballet and opera. Essen is also regarded to be a “city of shopping”, particularly since the opening of the Metropolis shopping mall.

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