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Rüsselsheim
Germany
City park of Rüsselsheim with it's small pool. About 24 % of the inhabitants are foreigners. In 1837 Adam Opel was born. 25 years later he founded a factory for sewing machines. A few years later, 1886, he started producing and selling bicycles so that Opel got the biggest factory for bicycles at that time. In 1898 his wife and his five sons started to produce cars. The red car is a Opel Manta - one of the last on this sunny sunday in june, where an event of old Opel cars took place.
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Uploaded: 26/06/2011
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