Dortmund Robert Wiesen

Dortmund is located in North-West Germany in North Rhineland-Westphalia
Originally a free imperial city in the Holy Roman Empire, largely destroyed after the World Wars, now a prosperous industrial German city.
Famous Dortmund U-Tower
Borussia DortmundĀ“s biggest stars (left to right) Marco Reus, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Ousmane Dembele, Mario Goetze.

Citations: "Dortmund." Dortmund. Dormund, www.dortmund.de. Accessed 12 Mar. 2017. "Dortmund." Encyclopedia Britannica, 3 Mar. 2002. "Leisure and Culture." Dortmund, 17 Mar. 2016, www.dortmund.de/en/"Leisure and Culture." Dortmund, 17 Mar. 2016

Pictures: http://www.goal.com/fr/news/71/allemagne/2016/07/22/25851412/aubameyang-g%C3%B6tze-reus-demb%C3%A9l%C3%A9-sch%C3%BCrrle-le-borussia-dortmund : https://www.dortmund.de/en/about_dortmund/history/index.html : http://ontheworldmap.com/germany/city/dortmund/ : http://www.worldatlas.com/articles/ruhr-valley-regions-of-germany.html

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