Gelsenkirchen

Gelsenkirchen is an industrial city in the Ruhr area of western Germany. Once known for its coal mines and steel production, the city has transitioned into a major center for the renewable energy industry.

The city is home to the EuropeÔÇÖs largest solar power plant and a large wind farm. Gelsenkirchen is also a major transportation hub, with a busy international airport and a major train station. The city is home to a large Turkish community and has a lively nightlife, with a variety of clubs and bars.

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