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Herne is a city in North Rhine - Westphalia, Germany. It is located in the Ruhr area directly between the cities of Bochum and Gelsenkirchen. Contents. [hide].
Region: North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Make your own applications. For the first time, Herne would be called a city. Help About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page. Main page Contents Featured content Current events Random article Donate to Wikipedia Wikipedia store. Add it to Yr Webcams provided by mhperuano.org. The Canal was THE major mode of transportation for coal and coke from the many coal mines in the area to the factories for iron-ore to be processed into steel Blau-Stahl and coal being transported along the inter-connecting waterways in all other directions, to be used for industrial as well as domestic use.

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Observations and climate statistics in XML-format. Herne was probably targeted because of the many coal mines as well as the Rhein-Herne Kanal with a total of two double chambered locks total of four chambers at that time, within the city-confines of Herne and at the Northern edge. The meteorologist weather map. If you develop programs, applications or other services with data from Yr, we encourage you to share it with other users! Among other things you can buy sugared almonds and all kinds of other food, visit beer gardens, win prizes in shooting galleries or tombolas, or enjoy traditional and new rides like roundabouts, ghost trains and all sorts of high-tech delights. After World War II Herne was known as "Die Goldene Stadt" The Golden City because of the comparatively very limited damage suffered during World War II. When the mining of coal and possibly ore and the production of coke the fuel processed from the harvested coal and steel began, the villages of the Ruhr area slowly grew into towns and cities because of the influx of people, mostly from the East Germany as well as East-Prussia, Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia, Poland and beyond, even Italy and Spain , looking for, and finding, work.