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Aachen (in German: Aachen [ˈaːχn̩]; in French ripuario: Oche [oxe]: in French: Aix-la-Chapelle; and in Latin: Aquisgranum), also called Aachen Baths, is a city in the Government district of Cologne in North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany). Aachen was Charlemagne's favorite residence, and later it was the coronation place of German kings. It is the westernmost city in Germany, located next to the borders with Belgium and the Netherlands, 61 km southwest of Cologne. Within the region there are coal mines and this had an impact on its economic history. The Technical University of Aachen, one of the universities of excellence in Germany, is located in the city. The predominant economic focus in Aachen is in science, engineering, technology and related sectors. In 2009, Aachen ranked eighth among the most innovative cities in Germany. The population of the city exceeds 260,000 inhabitants.
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The Aachen Cathedral (in German Aachener Dom and in French Cathédrale d'Aix-la-Chapelle) is a cathedral located in the German city of Aachen, west of the country and a few kilometers from the border with Belgium and the Netherlands.
Aachen Cathedral is considered the oldest cathedral in northern Europe. Its origin dates back to the Palatine Chapel built by the Frankish Emperor Charlemagne at the end of the 8th century. From this original nucleus, the temple was growing and enlarging during the following centuries until forming the current set, which is a conglomerate of very different architectural styles.
Aachen Cathedral was one of the first 12 places included in the Unesco World Heritage list, chosen in 1978.
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The Aachen palace was a whole group of residential, political and religious buildings that were erected by Emperor Charlemagne as the center of Carolingian power. The palace in question was located in the current city of Aachen in western Germany, in the current federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The essential parts of the Carolingian palace were built in the last decade of the 8th century, but the works continued until the death of Emperor Charlemagne himself in 814.
The designer of the plans of the palace was Eudes de Metz, inscribing the work within the program of political renovation of the kingdom, longed for and stimulated by the emperor Charlemagne himself.
Most of the palace was destroyed over the centuries, but the palatine chapel still remains, which is considered one of the treasures of Carolingian architecture, as well as a characteristic example of the typical architecture of the so-called Carolingian Renaissance. The chapel, next to the Aachen Cathedral, is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site since 1978.
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Aachen Botanical Garden
The Aachen Botanic Garden in German: Botanischer Garten Aachen also known as Botanische Garten der RWTH Aachen, more formally as Botanische Garten der Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen, and sometimes as Freundeskreis Botanischer Garten or Biologischen Zentrologie Agachen Biegädio Biegäkiokiegakdiegkiegakoukkieakiekkär Biemäkär Biemäkär Bätär Bätär Bätär Bätär Bätär Bätär Bätär Bätär Bätär Bätär Bätär Bätär Bätär Bätär Bätäm Bätär Bätäm Bätäm Bätäm Bätäm Bätäm Bätäm Bätäm Bätäm Bätämäkär Bätätär Bätätär Bätäm Agachen a botanical garden and greenhouses of 1.2 hectares of extension administered by RWTH Aachen.
The international identification code of Botanische Garten der RWTH Aachen as a member of the "Botanic Gardens Conservation International" (BGCI), as well as the acronym for its herbarium is AACH.
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Aachen Technical University
The Technical University of Aachen (officially RWTH Aachen) is a first-class research university located in Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany with approximately 40,000 students enrolled in 101 study programs.
RWTH Aachen has achieved international recognition in various fields of engineering and science, especially mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, industrial engineering, computer science, physics and chemistry. Two major newspapers from Germany, "Handelsblatt" and "Wirtschaftswoche", RWTH Aachen is currently ranked first in Germany in the fields of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, industrial engineering and computer science. In the latest ranking published by the DAAD together with the Center for Higher Education for Development and the weekly Die Zeit (El Tiempo), RWTH Aachen is also at the top, among other German universities in the aforementioned fields of engineering and computer science. Several affiliated scientists with RWTH Aachen they have won worldwide acclaim, including Nobel Prizes in physics and chemistry.
RWTH Aachen is a member of several prominent academic cooperation organizations, such as the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), the Top Industrial Managers for Europe network, the Unitech International network a strategic and business alliance of High level in Europe and the IDEA League, a strategic alliance of five of Europe's leading technology universities. In 2007, in line with the initiative of excellence, RWTH Aachen was chosen by the DFG, as one of the nine German Universities of Excellence for its futuristic concept RWTH 2020: Meeting Global Challenges and also obtained funding for a graduate school and three Excellence groups.
The University maintains close ties with the industry and represents the largest amount of third-party funds from all German universities and second places in funds related to the Member of the Faculty.
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Palatine Chapel (Aachen)
The palatine chapel of Aachen is an all-medieval chapel and remaining component of Charlemagne's palace in Aachen, in what is now Germany. Although the palace no longer exists, the chapel was preserved and now forms the central part of the Aachen cathedral. It is the most important landmark of Aachen and a central monument of the Carolingian Renaissance. The chapel contained the remains of Charlemagne. Later the Ottonians appropriated it and the coronations were held there from the year 936 until 1531.
As part of the Aachen Cathedral, the chapel is designated as a World Heritage Site by Unesco.