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Tübingen's Altstadt old town survived the Second World War due to the city's lack of heavy industry. The result is a growing domestic tourism business.
The highlights of Tübingen include its crooked cobblestone lanes, narrow-stair alleyways picking their way through the hilly terrain, streets lined with canals, and well-maintained traditional half-timbered houses.
The central landmark is the Stiftskirche Collegiate Church. Along with the rest of the city, the Stiftskirche was one of the first to convert to Martin Luther 's protestant church.
As such, it maintains and carefully defends several " Roman Catholic " features, such as patron saints. Below the Rathaus is a quiet, residential street called the Judengasse , the former Jewish neighborhood of Tübingen until the town's Jews were expelled in On the street corner is a plaque commemorating the fate of Tübingen's Jews.
The centre of Tübingen is the site of weekly and seasonal events, including regular market days on the Holzmarkt by the Stiftskirche and the Marktplatz by the Rathaus, an outdoor cinema in winter and summer, festive autumn and Christmas markets and Europe's largest Afro-Brazilian festival.
Students and tourists also come to the Neckar River in the summer to visit beer gardens or go boating in Stocherkähne , the Tübingen equivalent of Oxford and Cambridge punts , only slimmer.
A Stocherkahn carries up to 20 people. On the second Thursday of June, all Stocherkahn punts take part in a major race, the Stocherkahnrennen.
Bebenhausen Abbey lies in the village of Bebenhausen, a district of Tübingen. A subdivision of the pilgrimage route known as the Way of St. James starts here and runs through Tübingen.
Tübingen has a notable arts culture as well as nightlife. In addition to the full roster of official and unofficial university events that range from presentations by the university's official poet in residence to parties hosted by the student associations of each faculty, the town can boast of several choirs, theatre companies and nightclubs.
Also, Tübingen's Kunsthalle art exhibition hall , on the "Wanne", houses two or three exhibits of international note each year. Tigers Tübingen are the city's only professional sports team, playing basketball.
Notable Tübingen residents and scholars included the poets Friedrich Hölderlin , Eduard Mörike and Ludwig Uhland , the neurologist Alois Alzheimer from whom Alzheimer's disease takes its name, and Friedrich Miescher who was the first to discover nucleic acids.
Wilhelm Schickard who was the main precursor to the mechanical calculator , was born in nearby Herrenberg. Hermann Hesse worked in Tübingen as a bookseller trainee from to Tübingen also is the home of scholars of international renown such as the Idealist philosopher Immanuel Hermann von Fichte , the theologian Hans Küng , textual criticism pioneer F.
Tübingen is also the hometown of former track and field athlete Dieter Baumann , winner of the m at the Summer Olympics.
In , the award-winning Israeli human rights lawyer Felicia Langer accepted a teaching position in Tübingen and has resided there since then.
Greek singer Despina Vandi was born in Tübingen, although her family moved back to Greece when Vandi was six years old.
Tübingen is divided into 22 districts, a town core of twelve districts population of about 51, and ten outer districts suburbs population of about 31, :.
Since World War II , Tübingen's population has almost doubled from about 45, to the current 88,, also due to the incorporation of formerly independent villages into the city in the s.
Currently, Lord Mayor Boris Palmer Green Party has set the ambitious goal of increasing the population of Tübingen to reach , within the next years.
To achieve this, the city is closing gaps between buildings within the city proper by allowing new houses there; this is also to counter the tendency of urban sprawl and land consumption that has been endangering the preservation of rural landscapes of Southern Germany.
Tübingen is twinned with:. In November Tübingen's city council voted to enter into talks with the city of Moshi in Tanzania , with the aim of Moshi becoming Tübingen's eleventh twin city.
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These cookies may be on-site cookies or third party cookies. Both Rugby School and Arnold figured prominently in Hughes's novel, Tom Brown's School Days , and the school would eventually be the namesake for Hughes's utopian colony in Tennessee.
In Tom Brown's School Days , Hughes espoused the ideals of Christian socialism, namely the cooperative ownership of community businesses.
By the s, Hughes had grown disenchanted with the materialism of late Victorian England. He was disheartened by the fact that the talents of many of England's younger sons were wasted due to an economic recession and the medieval system of primogeniture, in which the oldest son inherited all of the family's land.
In , Hughes travelled to America to meet his friend, the poet James Russell Lowell , and learned of the Boston -based Board of Aid to Land Ownership, which specialized in helping unemployed urban craftsmen relocate to rural areas.
In , Board of Aid president Franklin Webster Smith and an agent with the new Cincinnati Southern Railway , Cyrus Clarke, were travelling on the railroad's new tracks along the Cumberland Plateau when they identified the future site of Rugby, and were impressed with its virgin forests, clear air, and scenic gorges.
Clarke secured options on hundreds of thousands of acres of Plateau land. Smith returned to Boston to recruit families to move to the newly acquired land on the Plateau, but economic conditions in the northeast had improved, and few families were interested in relocating.
Smith then notified Hughes of the Board's new land acquisitions, and Hughes expressed interest in establishing a colony. Franklin W.
The colony's first frame structure, known as the "Asylum" now the Pioneer Cottage , was erected in early ,  and the first wave of colonists constructed tennis and croquet courts, and built a walkway to "The Meeting of the Waters.
Thomas Hughes was on hand for the colony's "opening" on October 5, , and gave a speech that laid out his plans for Rugby. Personal freedoms were guaranteed, although the sale of alcohol was banned.
The colony would build an Episcopal church, but the building could be used by any denomination. Rugby published its own newspaper, The Rugbeian , which was edited by Oxford graduate Osmond Dakeyne, and several colonists formed a Library and Reading Room Society, headed by Tübingen graduate Edward Bertz, who was a long term friend of the late nineteenth century English author George Gissing , with whom he corresponded over many years.
In summer , a typhoid outbreak killed seven colonists—including Dakeyne—and forced the Tabard Inn to close for cleansing, but the colony recovered.
By , the colony boasted over residents, 65 frame public buildings and houses, a tennis team, a social club, and a literary and dramatic society.
Throughout its early history, Rugby was beset with lawsuits over land titles. This slowed the colony's early development, and as the lawsuits dragged on, many colonists gave up and moved away.
Furthermore, Smith, who had selected the townsite, had ignored the site's poor soil in favor of its potential as a mountain resort.
Rugby's main resort hotel, the Tabard, was forced to close due to the typhoid outbreak in , however, and burned down altogether in , halting Rugby's burgeoning tourist economy and damaging the Board of Aid's credit.
Rugby attempted to establish a tomato canning operation in , but after the cannery was constructed, colonists failed to grow enough tomatoes to keep it operational.
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