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Augsburg (in German: Augsburg [ˈaʊ̯ksbʊʁk]) is a German metropolis city. It is the capital of the administrative region of Swabia of the federated state of Bavaria. Augsburg is an independent city and at the same time capital of the homonymous district.
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Fuggerei is the oldest known social housing project in the world. Promoted by Jakob Fugger in the early 16th century. Considered by many to be the richest man in the world of all time and the first global financier, he developed an altruist social housing project a residential area with social housing for the poor of Augsburg. This project, still in operation, has 147 apartments of 60 m² and the conditions to access are the same as when it was founded: Having lived at least two years in the city, being of the Catholic faith and being indigent without debt. The case described is not isolated, but the history of social housing has wealthy people with social involvement and sometimes with their own interests (for example in the construction of social housing adjacent to factories to get workers retained) that have been Both important players in this market.
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Augsburg City Hall
The Augsburg City Hall (German: Augsburger Rathaus) is a historic building and one of the most prominent in the city, in the state of Bavaria (Germany). It constitutes the administrative center of the municipality and is one of the most important works of civil Renaissance architecture north of the Alps. It was designed by the architect Elias Holl between 1615 and 1624.
The image of Augsburg itself as a free imperial city is represented in the building by two ornaments located in the gable that crowns the facade: the first is the imperial eagle of the Holy Roman Empire (Reichsadler), which represents the importance of the city and the second the cone of Pinus cembra (Zirbelnuss), which is the symbol of the city of Augsburg.
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City Galerie Augsburg
The City Gallery is a shopping center opened in Augsburg in 2001 and is the largest shopping center in Bavarian Swabia.
It is operated by ECE Projektmanagement GmbH & Co. KG as one of the more than 90 commercial properties.