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district of Vieselbach (Güterverkehrszentrum, GVZ) with connections to rail and the autobahn. Retrieved Frank Palmowski (2015) First published 2013. On the site of the former Erfurt Stasi headquarters and prison, where over 5000 people were held.
Retrieved Predigerkloster Lehmann, Hartmut. Like other eastern German cities, foreigners account only for a small share of Erfurt's population: circa.0 are non-Germans by citizenship and overall.9 are migrants (according to the 2011 EU census ). The Angermuseum is one of the main art museums of Erfurt, named after Anger Square, where it is located.
Today, the steeple hosts a carillon with 60 bells. Retrieved t m Erfurt Tourismus. Since that time its ruins have been preserved as a war memorial. ICE high speed trains and other German and European transport networks. The Stalinist early-GDR style is manifested in the main building of the university at Nordhäuser Straße (1953) and the later more international modern GDR style is represented by the horticultural exhibition centre " Egapark " at Gothaer Straße, the Plattenbau housing complexes like Rieth. St Giles' Church St Andrew's Church St Augustine's Church Merchants' Church St Michael's Church Dominican Church Regulated St Augustine's Church Former churches edit The Barfüßerkirche is a 14th-century Gothic monastery church at Barfüßerstraße. Geography and demographics edit Gera river in the city centre Topography edit Erfurt is situated in the south of the Thuringian basin, a fertile agricultural area between the Harz mountains 80 km (50 mi) to the north and the Thuringian forest 30 km (19 mi) to the southwest. In the north-east there is the Martin Luther monument from 1889 in front of the Merchants' Church. Jakobi (Scots Monks' Church of St Nicholas and St James) is an 11th-century Romanesque monastery church with a Baroque façade, which was later used as a parish church. 42 A rare Mikveh, a ritual bath, dating from.1250, was discovered by archeologists in 2007. 53 The Johanneskirche (St John's Church) was a parish church at John's Street.