Castrop-Rauxel

Castrop-Rauxel

Castrop-Rauxel is a large district town in the district of Recklinghausen in the administrative district of Münster, North Rhine-Westphalia. The Ruhr city is in the Ruhr Regional Association (RVR) represented by the circle Recklinghausen and is part of the Rhine-Ruhr. In the State Planning North Rhine-Westphalia Castrop-Rauxel is classified as a medium-sized town. Castrop-Rauxel cityscape was dominated in the 19th and 20th centuries by mining. In the course of industrialization, the bill Erin, the bill count Schwerin, the bill leakage and the bill Victor settled in the city. The end of mining in Castrop-Rauxel has been marked with the closure of Erin colliery in 1,983th To the mining tradition today remind industrial monuments, such as the winding tower of Erin colliery and the Hammerkopfturm; the former motto of the city industrial city in the countryside, has been amended accordingly to European city in the countryside.

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