FÜRTH GERMANY

The Fürth-Nürnberg line (the Ludwigsbahn; 1835) was the first railway in Germany, and Fürth now has a port on the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal. Formerly a center of the goldbeaters’ craft, it still produces gold leaf and beaten metals and aluminum and bronze powders. Other goods include electrical products and toys. Notable buildings in the city are the town hall (1840–50) and the 12th–14th-century St. Michael’s Church. Pop. (2003 est.) 111,892.

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  1. Friedrich (Fritz) Hartwig raised in Fuerth (Unterfarrnbach) came to the US on Nov 15 1958 served 20 plus years in the US Army and was station in Bamberg 1970-73. Other tours where in Munich from 1960-63 and Kaiserslautern 1969 to 1970 Served two tours in Vietnam and retired from Fort McPherson (Atlanta) in 1980

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