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  2. Wesel - Wikipedia

    Wesel is situated at the confluence of the Lippe River and the Rhine. Division of the city. Suburbs of Wesel include Lackhausen, Obrighoven, Ginderich, Feldmark, Fusternberg, Büderich, Flüren and Blumenkamp. History Origin. The city originated from a Franconian manor that was first recorded in the 8th century. In the 12th century, the Duke of ...

  3. Wesel, town, North Rhine-Westphalia Land (state), northwestern Germany. It lies along the Rhine and Lippe rivers and the Lippe-Seiten Canal, northwest of the Ruhr. Chartered in 1241, it joined the Hanseatic League in about 1350 and has long been an important trade and shipping point.

  4. Wesel, Germany 2023: Best Places to Visit - Tripadvisor

    What are the best places to eat in Wesel? What is Wesel known for? When is the cheapest time to visit Wesel? Wesel Tourism: Tripadvisor has 2,350 reviews of Wesel Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Wesel resource.

  5. Wesel – Wikipedia

    Wesel liegt an den Flüssen Rhein und Lippe und hat mehrere Großstädte in der weiteren Umgebung. In Wesel mündet die Lippe in den Rhein. Im Spätmittelalter entwickelte sich Wesel zu einer bedeutenden Handelsstadt und erreichte 1407 die Aufnahme in den Hansebund.

  6. Weasel - Wikipedia

    In English-speaking areas, weasel can be an insult, noun or verb, for someone regarded as sneaky, conniving or untrustworthy. Similarly, " weasel words " is a critical term for words or phrasing that are vague, misleading or equivocal. In Japan, weasels (鼬、鼬鼠, itachi) were seen as yōkai (causing strange occurrences).

  7. Wesel Tourism - HANSE

    Wesel’s location where the Rhine and Lippe rivers meet made it an important Hanseatic town even earlier. Today, its proximity to the water and the lush floodplain landscape create the perfect starting point for nature-orientated and relaxing leisure activities. Unwind with our wide range of cycling and hiking routes, and take in the wonders ...

  8. THE 15 BEST Things to Do in Wesel - Tripadvisor

    Things to Do in Wesel, Germany: See Tripadvisor's 2,344 traveler reviews and photos of Wesel tourist attractions. Find what to do today, this weekend, or in October. We have reviews of the best places to see in Wesel. Visit top-rated & must-see attractions.

  9. Bombing of Wesel in World War II - Wikipedia

    Bombing of Wesel in World War II. The German town of Wesel was heavily bombed in Allied air raids during World War II. Between this and the attacks in support of the crossing of the Rhine, the town was devastated. Wesel became a target of the Allies, particularly in its strategic position with a depot and the Wesel Railway Bridge over the Rhine.

  10. Wesel citadel - Wikipedia

    The Wesel citadel is the largest intact fortification system of the Rhineland and was built 1688–1722 in Wesel according to plans by Johan de Corbin, in the form of a pentagonal star, with each point of the star being a bastion. The citadel was the core of the fortress of Wesel.

  11. Exploring Wesel - Homepage

    Citadel in Wesel; Historical town hall; Willibrordi Cathedral; Berlin Gate; Monuments; Diersfordt Castle; Esel von Wesel; City portrait. Wesel as a fortress city; Wesel today; Wesel and the Hanse; Famous daughters and sons; Virtual city model; Bronze city model ; Culture. LVR-Niederrheinmuseum; Municipal Museum; Deichdorf­museum Bislich; Old ...