Population and Transportation of Berlin, Germany

Population and Transportation of Berlin, Germany

Europe
Population and Religion The population census of 1939 showed the highest level in the city's history with 4.34 million residents. At the end of 1945 Berlin had a population of 3.027 and 1950 of 3.34 million. Immigration restrictions for Berlin (East), the end of the resettlement flows from the former German eastern regions and the repeated crises in Berlin then slowly reduced the population to 3.24 million (1962). The violent interruption of the emigration flow from the Eastern sector and the relaxation of the immigration restrictions have led to a slight increase in the population of Berlin (East) (1985: 1.22 million residents). Since 1961, Berlin (West) has recorded a decrease in the total population, which results from a strong natural decrease in population and a mean migration loss of the…
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Aachen, Germany Sports and Entertainment

Aachen, Germany Sports and Entertainment

Europe
Museums and galleries Couven-Museum Haus Monheim, located on the Hühnermarkt, was built in 1662 and houses a collection of pieces of furniture in the Rococo, early Classicism, Napoleonic Empire and Biedermeier styles, among others. According to ezinereligion, Aachen is a city located in Germany bordering with Belgium and the Netherlands. www.couven-museum.de Local history museum Set up in the moated Frankenberg castle from the 13th century, the local history museum documents the history of Aachen. Friends of antique ceramics and local handicrafts will get their money's worth in the castle keep. A coin cabinet is also accessible in the local history museum. (For more information about the moated castle, see below under "Castles, palaces and villas") International Newspaper Museum  The International Newspaper Museum is located in the so-called "Great House of Aachen" on Pintstrasse.…
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Germany 2007

Germany 2007

Europe
Yearbook 2007 Germany. According to CountryAAH, Berlin is the capital city of Germany. Mounir Motassadeq was sentenced in January to 15 years in prison for assisting al-Qaeda members in the plans for the September 9, 2001 terrorist attack against the United States. This was the third time the Hamburg court sentenced Motassadeq, who again denied he knew of the plans. The first time was in 2003, in a case that was later annulled, and the second time was in 2005 when the prosecution involved membership in a terrorist organization. According to abbreviationfinder: GM is the 2-letter acronym for the country of Germany. A Stuttgart court in February pardoned Brigitte Mohnhaupt, a former member of the city guerrilla Red Army faction (RAF). In 1985, Mohnhaupt had been sentenced to life imprisonment…
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