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|Ernst Werner von Siemens (December 13, 1816 – December 6, 1892) was a German inventor and industrialist. Werner Siemens was born in Lenthe, near Hanover, Germany; the fourth child (of fourteen) of a tenant farmer. He left school without finishing his education, but joined the army to undertake training in engineering. After starting a company (see below), one brother represented him in England ...||10/17/2005||475|
|This is the factory Siemens Wind Power Inc. producing wings for Siemens wind mills.|
|Siemens sign in a house or place near a large pool near Amadora, Portugal.||10/04/2005||526|
|This is the new shopping Center Forum in Wetzlar with more than 110 shops.||06/04/2007||480|
|Here at this factory in Wetzlar they make microscopes of all kinds.|
Over 70 years ago the first Leica camera was manufactured here but today Leica cameras are manufactured in Asia.
|This is one of the main locations of Siemens VDO in Germany at Schwalbach near Frankfurt.||09/25/2005||320|
|here is the main building from the SIEMENS Company in Berlin||08/17/2005||372|
|Testcentre for any kind of trains including high-speed trains like the German ICE|
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This is an old english military airport, that was rebuild in 1992 to an train test track from Siemens. The little city near this area is Wildenrath.
|Model car race track near Wetzlar-Garbenheim, Germany.||12/14/2007||569|
|Of 380 B-17s dispatched, all hit targets of opportunity, i.e., marshalling yards at Koblenz (87), Dillenburg (39), Limburg (37) and Darmstadt (24); bridges at Limburg (35), Koblenz (25) and a bridge over the Rhine River at Koblenz (13); and Wiesbaden (38), Wetzlar (14), the railroad line at Koblenz (13) and Wiesbaden Airfield (12); 4 B-17s are lost and 159 damaged; 3 airmen are WIA and 37 WIA. ...||12/01/2009||1,122|
|OSRAM is one of the two largest lighting manufacturers in the world and is part of Siemens AG. This international company, with its headquarters in Munich (Germany), employs more than 38,000 people throughout the world. World sales in the 2005 fiscal year totalled €4.3 billion. OSRAM supplies customers in about 150 countries and manufactures at 49 sites in 19 countries. They own the brand Sylva...||01/25/2007||251|
|The Loviisa Nuclear Power Station is located close to the Finnish city Loviisa and houses two VVER reactors. They are of the type WWER-440 with a capacity of 488 MW each. In order to comply with newly developed Finnish regulations, Westinghouse supplied the instrumentation and Siemens supplied the sleeves. Due to this unorthodox approach of supplying some things from American companies and the ...||02/01/2008||666|