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Die Stadt Maulbronn nutzt den ehemaligen Marstall als Rathaus. Der Klosterhof zeichnet sich durch sein geschlossenes Bild aus. Gleich hinter dem Tor, an der Stelle der Apotheke, befand sich die Klosterherberge. Vor dem Renaissance-Rathaus steht eine alte Linde. Das Fachwerkhaus in der Mitte des Platzes ist die alte Klosterverwaltung. Er wird heute im Osten von der Front des Klosters begrenzt. Die letzte Bemalung stammt aus dem Jahr , ist aber bis auf geringe Reste abgefallen.

Diese Form der Kombination ist in Deutschland einzigartig. Der Baumeister ist nicht namentlich bekannt, er wird daher nach dem Maulbronner Paradies Paradies-Baumeister genannt.

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Er zerlegte statische Funktionen in Einzelglieder. Bemerkenswert sind auch die Portale, die das Paradies mit dem Kirchenschiff verbinden. Jahrhundert und sind original erhalten. Selbst der ehemalige Lederbezug siehe Detail-Bild ist noch gut sichtbar. Dies inspirierte ihn zu seiner Maulbronner Fuge[3]:. Eine Besonderheit ist dabei das Kruzifix: Die Brunnenkapelle aus dem Der Waschraum im Kreuzgang ist von der Ordensregel vorgeschrieben.

Die unterste Brunnenschale ist so alt wie die gotische Kapelle. Die beiden oberen Schalen wurden erst in neuerer Zeit hierher gesetzt. Barbarossa das Kloster ab als kaiserliche Schirmvogtei unter seinen Schutz gestellt hat.

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Im Kloster Maulbronn befinden sich zwei Orgeln. Die Trakturen waren mechanisch. Im Jahre wurde diese Orgel durch ein neues Instrument der Fa. Walcker Ludwigsburg ersetzt, welches 38 Register auf drei Manualen und Pedal hatte. Im Jahre wurde die Walcker-Orgel abgebaut. Das Instrument hat 20 Register auf zwei Manualen und Pedal. Januar eine Sondermarke der Deutschen Bundespost, auf dem die Klosterkirche und der Grundriss des Klosters gezeigt werden. So habe das Kloster Standort und den Namen Maulbronn erhalten. Urkundliche Geschichte der vormaligen Cisterzienser-Abtei Maulbronn. Oberrheinische Studien 16, Stuttgart Esslingen am Neckar, Apogee and Perigee refer to the distance from the Earth to the moon.

Apogee is the furthest point from the earth. Perigee is the closest point to the earth and it is in this stage that the moon appears larger. Noch heller, aber auch entsprechend seltener sind die sogenannten Feuerkugeln. Doch daraus wird in diesem Jahr wohl nichts:. Auf seiner elliptischen Bahn umkreist er die Erde. The church was mentioned in as a church in the Vicariate of Riegersburg and was raised in to the parish church.

The church was built between and according to the plans of the architect Johann Pascher as a new building in the style of the Renaissance, including the three-naved transept of the older church from the 14th century. The wide six-story longhouse with side chapels has a retracted square choir in the west. A southern low late-Gothic chapel and the eastern gothic choir there have demolished while the gothic church ship was integrated as an annex. On the outside there are well-preserved stone epitaphs on M. Zwickhl and on M.


To the north, a three-nave church ship with a cross-rib vault on wall pillars with a gallery ambulatory extends. It is the Gothic church from the 14th century which was reconstructed after serious war damages in to a war memorial. To the north of it still the lower floor of the former church tower with the date has been preserved, the upper part of the tower was destroyed in The concrete construction is from the company Suppan, the steel crown from the company Puntigam. The painting with more than color areas was carried out with dean Johann Leopold under the motto "Many Colors, a Tower - Many People, a Parish" with 20 youths of the parish in according to the design "Image of the democracy" by and under the guidance of the painter Gustav Troger from Graz.

Around the choir of the church are still remains of the old weir system of the city from the 15th and 16th century inscription with preserved. The Tabor was partly demolished in The remainder is now used as a local museum and fishing museum. The organ was built in by the organ builder Mathis Switzerland. The instrument is located in a ca. It has 46 stops 3, whistles and three auxiliary stops on three manuals and pedal.

The auxixliary stop "Weingartmann" is a wind-chime named after a town pastor of the municipality. The key action and the stop actions are mechanical, the stop actions additionally electrical. Die im Jahre urkundlich genannte Kirche wurde im Jahre als Kirche im Vikariat von Riegersburg genannt und im Jahre zur Pfarrkirche erhoben. Das weite sechsjochige Langhaus mit Seitenkapellen hat im Westen einen quadratischen eingezogenen Chor. Der Altar mit einer Kreuzigungsgruppe aus dem Zwickhl und zu M.

Es ist die gotische Kirche aus dem Jahrhunderts erhalten Inschrift mit Der Tabor wurde im Jahre teilweise demoliert. Der Restbestand wird heute als Heimatmuseum und Fischereimuseum genutzt. Die Orgel wurde von der Orgelbaufirma Mathis Schweiz erbaut. Das Instrument befindet sich in einem ca. Es hat 46 Register 3. The temple was built in Taipei in by settlers from Fujian during Qing rule in honor of Guanyin. It served as a place of worship and a gathering place for the Chinese settlers. In addition to its Buddhist elements, it includes halls and altars to Chinese deities such as Mazu and Guan Yu.

This temple originated its name from the ancient Lungshan Temple established in Chin-chiang county of Fukien province in the seventh century. Immigrants from the three counties Chin-chiang, Nan-an and Hui-an of Fukien came to Manka in the beginning of the eighteenth century. As they were pious followers of that ancient Lungshan Temple in their home town, they erected this one as a branch temple at Manka and named it after the root temple when they created a new settlement here in Taipei.

Lungshan Temple of today is no longer in the original buildings constructed in It was rebuilt in and completed in The temple has been destroyed either in full or in part in numerous earthquakes and fires but Taipei residents have consistently rebuilt and renovated it. The temple was rebuilt during Japanese rule. The main building and the left corridor were damaged and many precious artifacts and artworks were lost.

It was rebuilt after the end of World War II a few months later. Das ist die typische Palast-Form der traditionell-chinesischen Architektur, welche auf einer deutlichen Mittel-Achse von Pailou, der Vorhalle, der Haupthalle und der hinteren Halle beruht. Die Hauptgottheit des Tempels ist Kuan Yin. So blieb der Tempel bis heute erhalten.

Die Freiwilligen signierten mit dem Namenssiegel des Longshan-Tempels und trugen sich beim Amt ein, um Kriegsdienst zu leisten.

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Sitting at the northern tip of the island, Taipei City is an enclave of the municipality of New Taipei City. It is about 25 km 16 mi southwest of the northern port city Keelung. Most of the city is located on the Taipei Basin, an ancient lakebed bounded by the two relatively narrow valleys of the Keelung and Xindian rivers, which join to form the Tamsui River along the city's western border. The city proper is home to an estimated population of 2,, ,[6] forming the core part of the Taipei—Keelung metropolitan area which includes the nearby cities of New Taipei and Keelung with a population of 7,,,[6][7] the 40th most-populous urban area in the world—roughly one-third of Taiwanese citizens live in the metro district.

The name "Taipei" can refer either to the whole metropolitan area or the city proper. Taipei is the political, economic, educational, and cultural center of Taiwan island, and one of the major hubs of Greater China. Considered to be a global city,[8] Taipei is part of a major high-tech industrial area. The city is served by two airports — Taipei Songshan and Taiwan Taoyuan.

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Its natural features such as Maokong, Yangmingshan, and hot springs are also well known to international visitors. As the capital city, "Taipei" is sometimes used as a synecdoche for the Republic of China. Due to the ongoing controversy over the political status of Taiwan, the name Chinese Taipei is designated for official use when Taiwanese governmental representatives or national teams participate in some international organizations or international sporting events which may require UN statehood in order to avoid extensive political controversy by using other names.

Prior to the significant influx of Han Chinese immigrants, the region of Taipei Basin was mainly inhabited by the Ketagalan plains aborigines. The number of Han immigrants gradually increased in the early 18th century under Qing Dynasty rule after the government began permitting development in the area. Taiwan became a colony of Imperial Japan with Taihoku formerly Taipeh as its capital, in which the city was administered under Taihoku Prefecture. Taiwan's Japanese rulers embarked on an extensive program of advanced urban planning that featured extensive railroad links.

A number of Taipei landmarks and cultural institutions date from this period. The city is today home to Taiwan's democratically elected national government. The region known as the Taipei Basin was home to Ketagalan tribes before the eighteenth century. In the late 19th century, the Taipei area, where the major Han Chinese settlements in northern Taiwan and one of the designated overseas trade ports, Tamsui, were located, gained economic importance due to the booming overseas trade, especially that of tea export.

In , the northern part of Taiwan was separated from Taiwan Prefecture and incorporated into the new Taipeh Prefecture as a new administrative entity of the Qing dynasty. From still Qing era until the beginning of Japanese rule in , Taipei was part of Tamsui County of Taipeh Prefecture and the prefectural capital. In , work commenced to create an independent Taiwan Province, and Taipei City was temporarily made the provincial capital.

Taipei officially became the capital of Taiwan in The west gate and city walls were demolished by the Japanese while the south gate, little south gate, and east gate were extensively modified by the Kuomintang KMT and have lost much of their original character. After the Japanese take-over, Taipei, called Taihoku in Japanese, was retained as the capital and emerged as the political center of the Japanese Colonial Government.

Much of the architecture of Taipei dates from the period of Japanese rule, including the Presidential Building which was the Office of the Governor-General of Taiwan. During Japanese rule, Taihoku was incorporated in as part of Taihoku Prefecture. With President Chiang Kai-shek, U. Eisenhower waved to a crowd during his visit to Taipei in June In the KMT government under Chiang Kai-shek declared island-wide martial law in Taiwan as a result of the February 28 Incident, which began with incidents in Taipei but led to an island-wide crackdown on the local population by forces loyal to Chiang.

Two years later, on December 7, , Chiang and the Kuomintang were forced to flee mainland China by the Communists near the end of the Chinese Civil War. The refugees declared Taipei to be the provisional capital of a continuing Republic of China, with the official capital at Nanjing Nanking even though that city was under Communist control.

Taipei expanded greatly in the decades after , and as approved on December 30, by the Executive Yuan, Taipei was declared a special centrally administered municipality on July 1, and given the administrative status of a province.

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At that time, the city's total area increased fourfold through absorbing several outlying towns and villages and the population increased to 1. The city's population, which had reached one million in the early s, also expanded rapidly after , exceeding two million by the mids. Although growth within the city itself gradually slowed thereafter[20] — its population had become relatively stable by the mids — Taipei remained one of the world's most densely populated urban areas, and the population continued to increase in the region surrounding the city, notably along the corridor between Taipei and Keelung.

In Taipei's 16 districts were consolidated into the current 12 districts. Taipei City is located in the Taipei Basin in northern Taiwan. The generally low-lying terrain of the central areas on the western side of the municipality slopes upward to the south and east and especially to the north,[5] where it reaches 1, metres 3, ft at Qixing Mountain, the highest inactive volcano in Taiwan in Yangmingshan National Park. The Taipei city limits cover an area of Two peaks, Qixing Mountain and Mt.

Datun, rise to the northeast of the city. Datun's main peak is 1, metres 3, ft. These former volcanoes make up the western section of Yangmingshan National Park, extending from Mt. Datun northward to Mt. Located on a broad saddle between two mountains, the area also contains the marshy Datun Pond. To the southeast of the city lie the Songshan Hills and the Qingshui Ravine, which form a barrier of lush woods.

As in the rest of Northern Taiwan, daytime temperatures of Taipei can often peak above 26 degrees Celsius during a warm winter day, while they can dip below 26 degrees Celsius during a rainy summer's afternoon. Occasional cold fronts during the winter months can drop the daily temperature by 3 to 5 degrees Celsius, though temperatures rarely drop below 10 degrees Celsius. Due to Taiwan's location in the Pacific Ocean, it is affected by the Pacific typhoon season, which occurs between June and October.

When compared to other Asian cities, Taipei has "excellent" capabilities for managing air quality in the city. However, smog is extremely common and there is poor visibility throughout the city after rain-less days. Motor vehicle engine exhaust, particularly from motor scooters, is a source of air pollution in Taipei. There are higher levels of fine particulate matter and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the mornings because of less air movement; sunlight reduces some pollution.

Taipei City is home to 2,, people , while the metropolitan area has a population of 7,, people. The population loss, while rapid in its early years, has been stabilized by new lower density development and campaigns designed to increase birthrate in the city. The population has begun to rise since Due to Taipei's geography and location in the Taipei Basin as well as differing times of economic development of its districts, Taipei's population is not evenly distributed.

The districts of Daan, Songshan, and Datong are the most densely populated. These districts, along with adjacent communities such as Yonghe and Zhonghe contain some of the most densely populated neighborhoods in the world. In , the crude birth rate stood at 7. A decreasing and rapidly aging population is an important issue for the city. Like the rest of Taiwan, Taipei is composed of four major ethnic groups: Hoklos, Mainlanders, Hakkas, and aborigines.

Foreigners mainly from Indonesia, Vietnam, and the Philippines numbered 52, at the end of As the center of Taiwan's largest conurbation, Taipei has been at the center of rapid economic development in the country and has now become one of the global cities in the production of high technology and its components. Taipei and its environs have long been the foremost industrial area of Taiwan, consisting of industries of the secondary and tertiary sectors. Shipbuilding, including yachts and other pleasure craft, is done in the port of Keelung northeast of the city.

Services, including those related to commerce, transportation, and banking, have become increasingly important. Tourism is a small but significant component of the local economy[42][43] with international visitors totaling almost 3 million in Tourism is a major part of Taipei's economy. In , over 6. The National Taiwan Museum sits nearby in what is now Peace Memorial Park and has worn its present name since The museum is Taiwan's oldest, founded on October 24, by Taiwan's Japanese colonial government as the Taiwan Governor's Museum. It was launched with a collection of 10, items to celebrate the opening of the island's North-South Railway.

This structure and the adjacent governor's office now Presidential Office Building , served as the two most recognizable public buildings in Taiwan during its period of Japanese rule. The National Palace Museum is a vast art gallery and museum built around a permanent collection centered on ancient Chinese artifacts. It should not be confused with the Palace Museum in Beijing which it is named after ; both institutions trace their origins to the same institution. The collections were divided in the s as a result of the Chinese Civil War. The museum offers displays of art and historical items by Taiwanese aborigines along with a range of multimedia displays.

The Taipei Fine Arts Museum was established in as the first museum in Taiwan dedicated to modern art. The museum is housed in a building designed for the purpose that takes inspiration from Japanese designs. Most art in the collection is by Taiwanese artists since Over 3, art works are organized into 13 groups. The hall, completed on May 16, , originally featured exhibits that depicted revolutionary events in China at the end of the Qing Dynasty.

Today it functions as multi-purpose social, educational, concert and cultural center for Taiwan's citizens. In a new museum opened as Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei. The museum is housed in a building that formerly housed Taipei City government offices. Taipei is a floor landmark skyscraper that claimed the title of world's tallest building when it opened in , a title it held for six years before relinquishing it to the Burj Khalifa in Dubai.

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Built to withstand typhoon winds and earthquake tremors, its design incorporates many engineering innovations and has won numerous international awards. Taipei remains one of the tallest skyscrapers in the world and holds LEED's certification as the world's largest "green" building. Its shopping mall and its indoor and outdoor observatories draw visitors from all over the world. Taipei 's New Year's Eve fireworks display is a regular feature of international broadcasts.

A new venue, the Taipei Performing Arts Center, is under construction and slated to open in The architectural design, by Rem Koolhaas and OMA, was determined in in an international competition. Taipei is known for its many night markets, the most famous of which is the Shilin Night Market in the Shilin District. The surrounding streets by Shilin Night Market are extremely crowded during the evening, usually opening late afternoon and operating well past midnight. Most night markets feature individual stalls selling a mixture of food, clothing, and consumer goods.

Ximending has been a famous area for shopping and entertainment since the s. Historic structures include a concert hall, a historic cinema, and the Red House Theater. Modern structures house karaoke businesses, art film cinemas, wide-release movie cinemas, electronic stores, and a wide variety of restaurants and fashion clothing stores. The newly developed Xinyi District is popular with tourists and locals alike for its many entertainment and shopping venues, as well as being the home of Taipei , a prime tourist attraction. The Xinyi district also serves as the center of Taipei's active nightlife, with several popular lounge bars and nightclubs concentrated in a relatively small area around the Neo19, ATT 4 FUN and Taipei buildings.

Lounge bars such as Barcode and nightclubs such as Spark and Myst are among the most-visited places here. Taipei maintains an extensive system of parks, green spaces, and nature preserves. Yangmingshan National Park located 10 kilometres 6. It is the home of famous writer Lin Yutang, the summer residence of Chiang Kai-shek, residences of foreign diplomats, the Chinese Culture University, the meeting place of the now defunct National Assembly of the Republic of China, and the Kuomintang Party Archives.

The Taipei Zoo was founded in and covers an area of hectares for animal sanctuary. Bitan is known for boating and water sports. Tamsui is a popular sea-side resort town. Ocean beaches are accessible in several directions from Taipei. Taipei is rich in beautiful, ornate temples housing Buddhist, Taoist, and Chinese folk religion deities. The Longshan Temple, built in and located in the Wanhua District, demonstrates an example of architecture with southern Chinese influences commonly seen on older buildings in Taiwan.

Xinsheng South Road is known as the "Road to Heaven" due to its high concentration of temples, shrines, churches, and mosques. Besides large temples, small outdoor shrines to local deities are very common and can be spotted on road sides, parks, and neighborhoods. Many homes and businesses may also set up small shrines of candles, figurines, and offerings.

Some restaurants, for example, may set up a small shrine to the Kitchen god for success in a restaurant business. Many yearly festivals are held in Taipei. In recent years some festivals, such as the Double Ten Day fireworks and concerts, are increasingly hosted on a rotating basis by a number of cities around Taiwan.

When New Year's Eve arrives on the solar calendar, thousands of people converge on Taipei's Xinyi District for parades, outdoor concerts by popular artists, street shows, round-the clock nightlife. The high point is of course the countdown to midnight, when Taipei assumes the role of the world's largest fireworks platform. The timing of the city's lantern exhibit coincides with the national festival in Pingxi, when thousands of fire lanterns are released into the sky.

Taipei regularly hosts its share of international events. The city recently hosted the Summer Deaflympics. The Floral Expo was the first of its kind to take place in Taiwan and only the seventh hosted in Asia; the expo admitted , visitors on February 27, In bestelde NS 60 locomotieven voor de vervanging van de uit de jaren '50 stammende series en In volgde een vervolgserie van nog 60 locomotieven.

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Esslingen am Neckar, Nachgewiesen sei es seit dem 8. I Head C-c4 1. As the center of Taiwan's largest conurbation, Taipei has been at the center of rapid economic development in the country and has now become one of the global cities in the production of high technology and its components. The Taipei Fine Arts Museum was established in as the first museum in Taiwan dedicated to modern art. The justification for the inscription was as follows: The figure is equivalent to around 25 percent of Greek gross domestic product.

Een deel van de locs heeft zijn oorspronkelijke geel-grijze NS-kleurencombinatie ingewisseld voor de rode kleurstelling van NS Cargo of Railion. De loccen , , en werden in gestickerd in de kleurstelling van Railpro, een leverancier van spooronderhoudsmaterialen. Het ontwerp is gebaseerd op een standaardtype van MaK, de DE De locomotieven worden dieselelektrisch aangedreven, en waren de eerste Nederlandse locomotieven met draaistroommotoren. Tot 4 locs mogen gecombineerd multiple geschakeld rijden, voor het trekken van zware goederentreinen.

Ze zijn langer dan dit type, omdat er ruimte nodig was voor de ATB en een hulpdieselmotor, die bij een geparkeerde loc elektriciteit opwekt voor batterijlading en voor de verwarmingselementen die het koelwater van de hoofddieselmotor op temperatuur brengen of houden.

Hierdoor is de hoofdmotor altijd op bedrijfstemperatuur en is het niet nodig de hoofdmotor stationair warm te laten draaien. In tegenstelling tot de eerdere Nederlandse locomotieftypen kan de hoofddieselmotor niet koud gestart worden. Ook is er meer ruimte nodig voor de draaistellen, omdat die groter zijn door de toepassing van blokkenremmen in plaats van schijfremmen.

Door de grotere lengte kon de cabine ruimer uitgevoerd worden. De cabine staat mm hoger dan bij het voorbeeld, zodat de machinist royalere zichtlijnen heeft. Hierdoor werd het tevens mogelijk de batterijen onder de vloer van de cabine onder te brengen, wat een betere bereikbaarheid tot gevolg had.

In de loop van zijn door NS in de fabriek van MaK praktijkproeven gedaan met de cabine, om de zichtlijnen te beproeven en om te controleren of de machinist wel binnen het omgrenzingsprofiel blijft wanneer hij uit de cabine leunt. Hiertoe is een aantal machinisten naar de fabriek gereisd. Frevlerhand Die Verbrechen von Frankfurt, 4 3.

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