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Arles, once the provincial capital of the Roman Empire, is a town on the Rhône in Provence. Numerous remains of buildings bear witness to this period. In addition, the world-famous painter Vincent van Gogh lived and worked here for a time and was...

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The Thuringian state capital city of Erfurt was designated the venue of the 2021 German Federal Garden Show.
This continues a very long tradition, as the first international gardening exhibition was held as early as 1865.
The city is also famous for...

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The largest Google headquarters outside the USA has it now, the largest real estate developer in the Emirates, Miral, now has it too: a design slide made in Germany by Josef Wiegand GmbH from Rasdorf!
Even if such slides can serve as an official,...

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Pigeon Forge in Tennessee is a very popular tourist destination in the Smokey Mountains. There are already five Wiegand Alpine Coasters here. Lisa and Mark Williford have also been running an Alpine Coaster in Rodwy Bear Mountain Adventure in...

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The Scottish Clyde Valley Family Park in Carluke, half an hour's drive south of Glasgow, is particularly popular with families with its farm and many hands-on attractions. Owner Grant Bell will surprise his guests with five new Wiegand dry slides...

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is the motto of the Hessen-Technikum study and vocational orientation programme, in the scope of which young women are given the opportunity to gather experience in the STEM field (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) in a combination of a...

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Nanjing is one of China’s historic imperial cities, serving as capital to six dynasties. Today Nanjing has a population of around eight million and is the capital of the province of Jiangsu.
In November 2020, the biggest KristallTurm® to date was...

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