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Remscheid is in Bergisches Land, Germany and has a bit over 100,000 inhabitants.


Perhaps the most famous son of Remscheid is Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, discoverer of X-Rays, who was born in what is now a part of Remscheid.

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  • 1 Remscheid Hauptbahnhof. Remscheid Central Station (Q321599) on Wikidata Remscheid Hauptbahnhof on Wikipedia

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Map of Remscheid


  • 1 Müngsten Bridge. At 107 m (351 ft) the highest railroad bridge in Germany Müngsten Bridge (Q257027) on Wikidata Müngsten Bridge on Wikipedia
  • 2 Deutschen Röntgen-Museum (German X-Ray museum). German Röntgen Museum (Q1205953) on Wikidata
  • 3 Eschbachtalsperre (Eschbach Dam). The first dam to be built in Germany for the provision of drinking water, dating to 1891 Eschbach Dam (Q896077) on Wikidata Eschbach Dam on Wikipedia
  • 4 City Hall (Rathaus Remscheid). Rathaus Remscheid (Q2132604) on Wikidata



  • 1 Allee-Center. a mall Allee-Center Remscheid (Q2648177) on Wikidata





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