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Wupper

(vo͝op`ər), river, c.65 mi (100 km) long, W central Germany. It is formed by several headstreams and winds in a tortuous course N and SW past Wuppertal, Remscheid, and Solingen into the Rhine River. Its middle course is heavily industrialized. The river is used to generate power.
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Contract notice: schloss burg a / d wupper - interior design and conception of use
They will also pour water from the River Wupper into the River Tyne to symbolically unite the two towns.
In the nineteenth century, heavy pollution in the Ruhr, Emscher, and Wupper rivers had serious human health consequences.
Authorities said a clamp that had not been removed from the tracks after weekend construction work apparently caused the two-car train to derail over the Wupper river on its first run of the day to Wuppertal.
Police said the train fell about 30 feet into the water off a stretch of track above the Wupper River in the western German city of Wuppertal.
Her other important works are the play Die Wupper (1909; "Wupper River"), the autobiographical novel Mein Herz (1912; "My Heart"), and the short stories collected in Der Prinz von Theben (1914; "The Prince of Thebes") and Der Wunderrabbiner von Barcelona (1921; "The Wonder Rabbi of Barcelona").
Haulage Wupper victory AG (KWS / Wupsi), Monheim / Langenfeld;
Contract notice: Wupper park east, architectural services hoai for buildings and outdoor facilities.
Parallel KWS AG, haulage Wupper victory AG, 51381 Leverkusen and RVK Kln acquire under a separate procurement procedure also buses of the same type as far as there is a demand community.
Procurement of a maximum of 8 low-floor solo buses and 3 low-floor articulated buses for the haulage Wupper victory AG (KWS).
Implementing agency : Kraftverkehr Wupper Sieg AG Leverkusen