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  Esslingen am Neckar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Esslingen am Neckar is a city in the Stuttgart Region of Baden-Württemberg, Germany, capital of the District of Esslingen.
Esslingen appears in the possession of Liudolf, Duke of Swabia
Esslingen is occupied by U.S. soldiers, thereby being spared much of the damage caused by World War II.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Esslingen   (177 words)

 ESSLINGEN - LoveToKnow Article on ESSLINGEN   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Esslingen possesses several schools, a theatre and a richly endowed hospital, while its municipal archives contain much valuable literature bearing especially on the period of the Reformation.
Esslingen, which dates from the 8th century, became a town in 886.
It was soon a place of importance; it became a free imperial city in 1209 and was surrounded with walls by order of the emperor Frederick II.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /E/ES/ESSLINGEN.htm   (281 words)

 Esslingen, Switzerland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Esslingen is a village in the municipality of Egg, Switzerland, in the canton of Zürich.
The town centre of Zürich is connected to Esslingen with a special tramway — the Forchbahn.
Esslingen is connected by the A52 motorroad to Zumikon and Hinwil.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Esslingen,_Switzerland   (124 words)

 Esslingen on Neckar: History
Esslingen is located in southern Germany 12km (8 miles) east of Stuttgart the capital of Baden-Württemberg.
In the Middle Ages Esslingen became a "Freie Reichsstadt" (Free Imperial City) which meant that it was governed directly by the emperor of the "Holy Roman Empire of German Nation".
In the 19th century, after Esslingen had lost it's privileged status as Imperial City and had become a part of the dukedom of Württemberg, the city walls as well as a lot of historic buildings were torn down to give way for new factories and flats for the factory workers.
www.griese-es.de /esslingen/01_en.html   (743 words)

 Maschinenfabrik Esslingen - Wikipedia
Die Maschinenfabrik Esslingen AG (ME) war ein Unternehmen zur Herstellung von Lokomotiven, Straßenbahnen, Eisenbahnwagen, Rollböcken, bahntechnischen Ausrüstungen (Drehscheiben, Schiebebühnen), Brücken, Stahlhochbauten, Pumpen und Kesseln.
Die Maschinenfabrik Esslingen AG besteht auch heute (2004) noch, allerdings lediglich als reine Grundstücks- und Verpachtungsgesellschaft.
Dezember 1967, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Eisenbahngeschichte e.V. Wolfgang Messerschmidt: "Lokomotiven der Maschinenfabrik Esslingen 1841 bis 1966", Steiger-Verlag, Moers, 1984
de.wikipedia.org /wiki/Maschinenfabrik_Esslingen   (408 words)

 Graduate School - Esslingen UAS - About Esslingen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The history of Esslingen dates back to the year 777, when the town was first mentioned in an official document.
Esslingen developed into an important market town and in the 13th century was officially recognized by the Holy Roman Empire as a "Free City of the Empire".
Esslingen is however more than just a romantic old town set in the middle of the vineyards of the Neckar Valley.
www.graduate-school.de /esslingenuas/esslingenhistory.asp   (333 words)

 idea   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In March 1999 Esslingen was successful together with two other German cities - Nuernberg and Bremen - in winning a nationwide research competition called 'Media@Komm' on building up virtual city halls with services for the public using electronic signatures on smart cards going along with German law on electronic signatures (last update in May 2001).
Even from the beginning of the project it was obvious, that the 2001 election to the Esslingen Youth Parliament would be an ideal field of application for a wide test of electronic signatures and also to make active participation in local politics attractive to a wider variety of young people.
The Esslingen Youth Parliament is a board of 20 young people between 14 and 19, who do not have to belong to a political party and are voted on a two year term with possibility of multiple re-elections.
www.jgrwahl.esslingen.de /idea.html   (390 words)

 Demos - Better Local Government   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Esslingen, with 90,000 inhabitants, is located in the State of Baden-Wuerttemberg in the Southwest of Germany.
The City of Esslingen is making a special effort to use new communications technologies to provide better services to citizens, and to improve involvement in local political decision-making.
Esslingen was chosen as one of three winners in the federally sponsored Media@Komm project.
www.demosproject.org /webpages/research_results2.php?id=24   (306 words)

 MKS Careers - Welcome to Esslingen, Germany
Esslingen is a historical town with a population of 90 000 and a lot of cultural offerings (theatre, art galleries, museums, churches, castle).
Esslingen couldn't be better placed, providing easy access to Stuttgart with the train - it's only a 5-10 minute walk from our office to the station - and to the Stuttgart airport, which is a 30 minute drive on the Federal Highway.
MKS has 5380 square feet of beautiful office space in the 4th floor of a very old building in the west of Esslingen with a very nice view of the vineyards almost all around the office.
www.mks.com /careers/loc_germany   (336 words)

 The Jakarta Post - The Journal of Indonesia Today
"Esslingen was one of the few cities in Germany that was not bombed by the Allies during World War II," said Julia Haug from the Esslingen Tourist Office.
"Esslingen can be said to be one of the oldest cities in Baden Wuerttemberg, as stated in the document," she added, referring to the town charter of 1219, which is before Stuttgart even existed.
Esslingen is also famous for its champagne and 85 hectares of vineyards, which can be seen from the pedestrian zone.
www.thejakartapost.com /yesterdaydetail.asp?fileid=20030525.L01   (877 words)

 Technical University Esslingen
As industrial development in Esslingen, a large town near Stuttgart, was already well under way - at the turn of the century there were already a considerable number of mechanical engineering companies in Esslingen - it was decided to move the School of Mechanical Engineering to Esslingen.
Engineers from Esslingen are closely linked with the names of large industrial companies in the region such as Bosch, Daimler-Benz, Mercedes-Benz, SEL and AEG.
Esslingen am Neckar is a modern city with a medieval town centre.
www2.fht-esslingen.de /institute/ifs/fhte.intro.html   (2853 words)

 IBM case study on City of Esslingen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The City of Esslingen, Germany has approximately 90,000 citizens and is rich in history with landmarks that date back to the year 777 A.D..
Today, Esslingen is a presence in the automotive and high tech industries.
Kraft says that the Esslingen’s project is divided into five modules, each with different contents, and a module called “cross-section” which is in charge of developing the electronic signature technology and providing it to the other modules.
www-3.ibm.com /software/success/cssdb.nsf/CS/JMAY-5H2FUN?OpenDocument&Site=lotus   (972 words)

 Graduate School - Esslingen UAS - History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
In Esslingen, a large town near Stuttgart, industrial development was already well under way - at the turn of the century there were already a considerable number of mechanical engineering companies in Esslingen - and so it was decided to move the School of Mechanical Engineering there.
State funding and corporate sponsorship have put Esslingen on a secure financial footing, ensuring that students and staff have at their disposal state-of-the-art technology in over 50 modern laboratories.
The Esslingen University of Applied Sciences is poised to lead the way in international graduate education in addressing the critical needs of manufacturing, in managing technology and information on a global scale in order to enhance the competitiveness of both industry and the service sector.
www.graduate-school.de /esslingenuas/history.asp   (375 words)

 Computer Clubhouse Esslingen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Computer Clubhouse Esslingen (CCE) was founded as an outgrowth of discussions by representatives of FESTO Didactic (a former sponsor of the MIT Media Lab), other companies and institutions in the Esslingen area, the Computer Clubhouse, and the MIT Media Lab.
The Computer Clubhouse Esslingen enables young people from the Esslingen area (located 20 km up the Neckar River from Stuttgart) to gain access to powerful computer tools to develop projects based on their own interests.
The Computer Clubhouse Esslingen is under the auspices of the Software Laboratory of the Fachhochschule for Technology Esslingen, in cooperation with the Hochschule for Social Science Esslingen.
www.computerclubhouse.org /locations/esslingen/esslingen.html   (146 words)

 Esslingen University :: International Activities :: Electrical and Computer Engineering :: UD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Fachhochschule Esslingen - Hochschule fuer Technik, or Esslingen University of Applied Sciences, has established a collaborative Master's degree program with the University of Delaware.
Applications are made during the third year of study at Esslingen University.
Inquiries should be made early in the third year of study, and may be sent directly to Prof.
www.ece.udel.edu /international/esslingen   (300 words)

 DESTINATION - Esslingen am Neckar   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The former “free imperial town” of Esslingen am Necker lies nestled in the Neckar Valley, surrounded by picturesque hillside vineyards.
The town can look back on over 1,200 years of history, while it moves rapidly into the 21st century with the help of modern, international enterprises.
Esslingen is just 14 km from the state capital Stuttgart.
www.germany-tourism.de /e/city_esslingen.html   (262 words)

 Esslingen on Neckar: Industrialization
The end of the Holy Roman Empire of German Nation in 1803 marked the beginning of Esslingen as an industrialized city.
First along Neckar river and the Channels, later also along the railway, which was built in 1845, some well known companies as the Maschinenfabrik Esslingen (steam locomotives and machines), the Esslinger Wolle (wool) and many other factories were founded.
Formerly one of the backbones auf Esslingen industry, the railroad.
www.griese-es.de /esslingen/05_en.html   (377 words)

 AllRefer.com - Esslingen am Neckar, Germany (German Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
Esslingen am Neckar[es´ling-un Am nek´Ar] Pronunciation Key or Esslingen, city (1994 pop.
Founded in the 8th cent., Esslingen was a free imperial city from the 13th cent.
It was (1488) the scene of the founding of the Great Swabian League.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/E/Esslinge.html   (197 words)

 Fodor's Travel Guides | Forums Messages
I don't know that Esslingen is all that quaint etc being so close to a major city as it is.
Esslingen is a little out, took about one hour (by car) to reach Pforzheim.
Esslingen is the biggest town not to be destroyed in WWII.
www.fodors.com /forums/pgMessages.jsp?fid=2&tid=34612686&numresponses=3&start=0   (339 words)

 Medieval stained glass windows from Esslingen (Germany) - 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Practically all the themes found in the sculptural repertoire of the great French Cathedrals of this time are represented, including the Virtues and Vices.
Even the everyday life of the citizens of Esslingen is reflected, in scenes from the Life of Mary.
This is an Internet exhibition by the Evangelical Gesamtkirchengemeinde Esslingen, the Landesdenkmalamt Baden-Württemberg and the City of Esslingen, with contributions from Prof.Rüdiger Becksmann.
home.bawue.de /~wmwerner/essling/english/glas01.html   (183 words)

 Esslingen am Neckar: Die ehemals freie Reichstadt entdecken und erleben. Stadtführungen und geführte ...
Esslingen am Neckar: Die ehemals freie Reichstadt entdecken und erleben.
Esslingen am Neckar would like to show itself from its best side.
There is a wide range of literature regarding city history, town maps, postcards, music CDs, wine and champagne "made in Esslingen", or lots of ideas for gifts from the Esslinger Publishers.
www.esslingen-tourist.de /english/Aktuell.htm   (348 words)

 GIS News: Digitally signed cadastral map in Esslingen, Germany
The first application of its kind anywhere in the world was implemented by the City of Esslingen and is part of MediaKomm, the BMWi development project to promote the widespread penetration of e-business and e-government.
The MediaKomm Esslingen project is therefore paving the way in Germany for modern local administration and its networking with companies and citizens.
For Esslingen as one of the winning towns in the nationwide MEDIA@Komm competition, implementation of the virtual construction platform provides a pioneering service for the construction industry and the citizens of Esslingen.
www.gisdevelopment.net /news/viewn.asp?id=GIS:N_cdhrviez   (463 words)

 Esslingen und Deutschland
Abbot Fulrad of Saint Denis in France decreed that, in case of his death, the "Cella nomine Ezelinga" along with the remains of St. Vitalis should be bequeathed to the Merowingian cloister near Paris.
1418-1443 - –Esslingen, Reutlingen, Weil der Stadt, Heilbronn, Wimpfen and Rottweil form the "Esslinger Einung," a league of cities under the leadership of Esslingen.
Travel within the Esslingen area (from your dorm to the FHTE) is one zone and from Esslingen to Stuttgart is 3 zones.
www.aaa.fht-esslingen.de /index.php?id=8   (1880 words)

 KCGS International - Internet-based citizen participation - Esslingen, Germany
Esslingen has online citizen forums and virtual discussion rooms for citizens to debate local political issues.
Esslingen, with a population of 90,000, is located in the State of Baden-Wuerttemberg in the south-west of Germany.
· Esslingen was chosen as one of three winners in the federally sponsored Medi@komm project.
www.kcgs-i.nl /duec/dossiers/Sociaal/Socialecohesie/participatie_deelname/4749_1111.html   (322 words)

 CVJM - Esslingen: Startseite
The YMCA Esslingen was founded in 1872 as an independant institution for youth work.
The YMCA Esslingen is commissioned by the local Lutheran Church to do the youth work for them.
In addition we receive considerable contributions from the Protestant Church and subsidies from local authorities like the city of Esslingen and the country of Baden-Württemberg.
www.cvjm-esslingen.de /estart.htm   (1084 words)

 Medieval stained glass windows from Esslingen - City church St.Dionysius
he Esslingen church history begins after the Evangelical City/Parish church with a simple single-aisled church in the 8th century, which was replaced by ever larger buildings over the centuries.
The two towers flanking the choir, finished around 1300, and their connecting bridge are perhaps Esslingen's most well-known landmark.
At the beginning of the 14th century the nave was lengthened and a new choir was built.
home.bawue.de /~wmwerner/essling/english/glas03.html   (315 words)

 Taking the Scenic Route to Esslingen: Bicycling through Europe 1998
By the time we arrived at another relatives' house in Esslingen, we were completely drenched.
At one point, however, we got turned around and were actually riding the wrong way along the Neckar.
All the physical work of riding over hills and through valleys in a cold driving rain made arriving at our destination all the more satisfying.
www.autumnleafcafe.com /travel/bike98/Sep10.html   (403 words)

 Schwarz - 1782 to 1997 - Esslingen (Neckar)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Gottlieb Schwarz and his wife, Julianna Barbara Martin, lived in Esslingen (Neckar), Germany in 1812.
Ruth Babette Schwarz wed John Thomas "John T" Lavenz on 22 December 1961 in Esslingen (Neckar), Germany.
On 31 July 1998 the Schwarz family is complete with all the information I have and all links with the index and related families are in place.
members.aol.com /jthomasl3/f3a.htm   (124 words)

 Maschinenfabrik Esslingen
Eine Vereinigung mit diesem Werk scheitet an der Ablehnung der Aktionäre in Esslingen.
Bekannt geworden ist Esslingen besonders durch die Zahnradlokomotiven, die in vielen verschiedenen Varianten gebaut wurden.
Wolfgang Messerschmidt: "Lokomotiven der Maschinenfabrik Esslingen 1841 bis 1966", Steiger-Verlag, Moers, 1984
www.werkbahn.de /eisenbahn/lokbau/me.htm   (548 words)

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