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Essen-Hügel Station
... is a railway station in the city of Essen in western Germany on the Essen-Werden–Essen line ... Essen city boroughs of Rüttenscheid and Werden, close to Villa Hügel ... Preceding station Rhine-Ruhr S-Bahn Following station Essen-Werden toward Köln-Nippes S6 Essen Stadtwald toward Essen Hbf This article about a ...
Essen-Werden - History
... The history of Werden can be traced back to St ... Ludger, who founded Werden Abbey at the end of the 8th century ... In 1317, Werden was granted city rights ...
Asa Werden
... Asa Werden (1779–1866) was a farmer, businessman and political figure in Upper Canada ... Isaac Werden ... Werden was involved in the manufacture of leather and the timber trade he also speculated in land ...
Essen-Werden Station
... Essen-Werden is a railway station in the city of Essen in western Germany ... It serves the southern city borough Werden and is situated on the bank of the river Ruhr at the junction of the Ruhr Valley Railway and the line to Essen ... The station was opened in 1872 as part of the Düsseldorf-Werden-Kupferdreh line of the Bergisch-Märkische Eisenbahn ...
Werden Abbey - The Foundation of The Abbey
... Upon the death of Ludger on 26 March 809, the abbacy of Werden passed by inheritance first to his younger brother Hildigrim I (809–827), then successively to four of his nephews ... monastery of Helmstedt in the Diocese of Halberstadt was founded from Werden ... ruled over by a provost, and remained a dependency of Werden till its secularization in 1803 ...