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City of Würselen

 

The Route

The ‘Aachen-Frankfurter Heerstraße’ is one of the most important military roads in the Middle Ages. It runs 252 km from Aachen via Würselen, Düren through the Eifel to Sinzig on the Rhine, from where it follows Roman roads to Frankfurt.

 

Wappen WürselenThe main chapter 'History' tells something about the development of Würselen from the first finding of settlement up to the city of Würselen of today. The way of Würselen through history is closely linked to the history of Aachen or the 'Aachener Reich', respectively. As a member of the 'Quarters over Worm', the releation betweeen the villages that are making up Würselen today was (and is) Im Hauptkapitel 'Geschichte' a little bit stressed. The pages of this chapters let you how life and politics developed in the Middle Ages and how Würselen became a city.

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Book by Franz Johnen

Analysis of the Tranchot Karte