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Ancient Coal-Mine Monument
Mülheim an der Ruhr

This Monument marks the Point of the old Zeche Rosenblumendelle (1841-1966) which is a sign of the change of the whole area. Now there is a big shopping center close by where most of the people also work without daylight but with much less risks than 50 years ago.

Copyright: Jürgen schardt
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送信日: 19/12/2010
更新日: 25/09/2014
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Tags: monument; coal-mine; wheel; roundabout; snow; blue hour
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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.