ⓘ Lingen, Germany

Lingen, Germany

ⓘ Lingen, Germany

Lingen is a town in Lower Saxony, Germany. In 2008, its population was 52.353, and in addition there were about 5.000 people who registered the city as their secondary residence. Lingen, specifically "Lingen is located on the river Ems in the southern part of the Emsland district, which borders North Rhine-Westphalia in the south and the Netherlands in the west. Lingen was first mentioned in the Middle Ages.

Lingen is known for its offshore - and nuclear industry Emsland nuclear power plants, but also for its beautiful nature alongside the river EMS. University of applied Sciences osnabrück has established a campus branch located in the city centre of Lingen, with the three institutes for management and engineering, communications management and teaching of theatre. In 2000, the institutions in Lingen combined into the faculty of society and technology. In 2010 we are expecting about 2.000 students.

On 25 July 2019 Lingen set the record for the highest temperature ever recorded in Germany with a high daytime temperature of 42.6 degrees Celsius 109 degrees Fahrenheit during a heat wave affecting most of Europe.

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