the Stadthalle near the River Rednitz. Parks edit The Stadtpark (municipal park) is by the Pegnitz and there is a gradual transition to the water meadows further down the river. The former headquarters on Kurgartenstraße was converted into a technology park Uferstadt Fürth and it now accommodates Technikum Neue Materialien (research center into new materials an institute of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Sellbytel (a call centre operation Computec Media AG, and the Radio Museum. The congregations later belonged to the Deanery of Zirndorf. Bayerisches Landesamt blume 2000 hamburg zentrale für Statistik und Datenverarbeitung (in German). By 1700 the restoration of the town had been completed, and the population rose to about 6000. The Jakob-Henle-Haus houses a collection of dialysis technology. Around the turn of the 19th century, Fürth was more important than Munich as a "beer town". Leisure edit The largest public barbecue area within Fürth is on the Rednitz, near the railway line to Würzburg and the swimming pool. 8 By 1840, there were 2535 Jews living in Fürth, more than half of all Bavarian Jews.
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Notable people associated with Fürth edit Jakob Henle Max Bernstein, (18541925; born in Fürth lawyer, art- and theatre critic and author. Michael, with West Tower Christianity edit The population of Fürth was originally under the Bishopric of Würzburg and from 1007 it belonged to the Bishopric of Bamberg. Edited by Geschichte Für Alle. The trefoil first appeared on a seal of the governor of the city for the Bamberg Diocese, which depicted a trefoil held by a hand and between two crescents. Transport edit Airports edit Map of European air traffic 1924 from the Nordisk familjebok In 1914, an aerodrome was built besondere aktionen in berlin at Atzenhof for the Third Bavarian Army Corps, which was extended in the following years.