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Religion and Education in Hamburg, Germany

Religion: Around 27% of the population belong to the Protestant regional church, 11% to the Catholic church. The Hamburg Jewish Community, located under the umbrella of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, has 3,500 members (approx. 0.19% of the population). Evangelical Regional Church is the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Northern Germany (Sprengel Hamburg and Lübeck);… Read More »

Universities and Churches in Aachen, Germany

Universities and colleges RWTH Aachen The Rhenish-Westphalian Technical University of Aachen was founded in 1870 as the “Royal Rhenish-Westphalian Polytechnic School”. The educational institution is impressive in terms of architecture alone with its Renaissance main building on the Templergraben, which was built by the city master builder Robert Cremer. Due to the close proximity to… Read More »

Germany History

Prehistory The Stone Age About half a million-year-old gear along with the legs of Homo erectus have been found in Bilzingsleben near Halle and in Mauer near Heidelberg. In southern and central Germany, the Middle Paleolithic is richly represented by settlement and skeletal finds derived from Neanderthal people (compare the Steinheim man). A large number… Read More »