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Civic engagement in particular was a positive factor in the decision. Mention should be made here of the Nordbahntrasse, which is well-known beyond the city limits – a skate, foot and cycle path, the expansion of which was largely driven by the citizens’ initiative Wuppertal movement and implemented together with the transport department – as well as the “Fienchen cargo bike rental initiative”.

The city is currently planning further connections between the centers and the existing and planned further routes (Schwarzbach route, Loh-Hatzfeld). A lot is also being done for foot traffic. A new pedestrian bridge improves the accessibility of the station and the renovation of the pedestrian zone planned for 2019 is intended to increase the quality of stay. In addition, the city wants to take a more aggressive action against illegal parking on sidewalks.

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But on Wuppertal’s path to being more pedestrian and bicycle-friendly, there are still some tasks to be mastered. The Travel Commission sees room for improvement in the construction site tour for cyclists, the green areas at traffic lights, the number of bicycle parking facilities and public relations work. In addition, it should be checked whether the obligation to use cycle lanes can be lifted on some cycle paths. Membership in the AGFS should already provide help here.

As part of the AGFS, Wuppertal can in future apply for exclusive funds to promote local mobility and will benefit from an established network for professional exchange and mutual support with problems and planning questions. In addition, AGFS NRW regularly develops brochures, guidelines and campaigns that are tailored to the current needs of its members. All materials are available to members free of charge.

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The University of Frankfurt is planning several new buildings in the coming years – despite tight budgets as a result of the Corona crisis. The university president even wants her own subway station for the campus.

The Frankfurt Goethe University will grow by numerous new buildings over the next ten years. The largest construction project is the new building for the university library, which cost more than 100 million euros. It is intended to expand the Westend campus to the north. If President Birgitta Wolff has his way, the campus there should even have its own subway connection.

Despite tight public coffers as a result of the Corona crisis, Wolff is confident: "All originally planned projects are now running." For the planned "University library of the future", which is to be a place of learning and collaboration and integrates the most modern research infrastructure, 105 million euros are available from the sale of the old police headquarters.to kill a mockingbird essay outline A school is to be built on the property, which is moving after a property swap between town and country.

Frankfurt University President Birgitta Wolff speaks: "All originally planned projects are now running." (Source: Jan Huebner / imago images)

The university is currently creating a "Demand planning", The building owner is the State of Hesse. Wolff expects an architectural competition to start in three years at the earliest and construction will start in five years. The library center would be ready for occupancy "not until the late 2020s" be.

Other major construction projects are a new building for chemistry and another for mathematics and computer science on the Riedberg campus. There should also be a "International House" with 375 apartments for foreign students and scientists.

There is a "Center for Humanities" planned. According to the current planning status, it should be ready for occupancy in 2023/24 and will be financed from the university’s reserves. There are to be 200 jobs for humanities and social scientists and a small stage for rehearsals and performances. The building will also house an important permanent loan: an installation by the Chinese artist Ai Weiwei. "We planned the building around it"said Wolff.

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The installation was exhibited for the first time in 2013 during the Venice Art Biennale in the Franco-German pavilion. After another exhibition in Vancouver (Canada), the work of art was "Bang" stored with 886 antique wooden stools. The work was financed by a family from Frankfurt. This is now making the work available to Goethe University.

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Vienna (dpa) – The painter writes. "The tall trees all went along the street, trembling birds chirped in them. I walked the wet streets with big steps and red eyes."

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Egon Schiele was in an extremely productive phase in 1910 and 1911. "It simmers in him. He needs several valves to get rid of his feelings"says Schiele expert Stefan Kutzenberger from the University of Vienna. The exceptional artist not only took up brush and pencil, but created around two dozen expressionist poems – often unknown to this day -.

The works banned in calligraphy on paper such as "White swan", "Fir forest" and "Two clerics" are part of the Schiele anniversary show in the Leopold Museum in Vienna, which will run until March 10, 2019. On the 100th anniversary of his death (October 31), she commemorates a man with partly still unknown facets.

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When Schiele died of the Spanish flu a few days before the end of the First World War, he was well on the way to the great fame he had longed for. After the death of the well-known Art Nouveau painter Gustav Klimt in February 1918, the newspapers already acted as his worthy successor as a painter-prince, says Kutzenberger. "He sold well and had exhibitions."

His greatest triumph: in an exhibition in the Secession in 1918 he is the main attraction, exhibiting 19 paintings and 29 drawings – "melancholy German cityscapes, from everywhere and nowhere, men sad to death, tired women, dreamy children who never laugh"it says about the motifs. At the end of the show, Schiele sold five pictures and 19 sheets and redeemed 16,000 crowns, "a fortune, despite war inflation", says Schiele biographer Roman Neugebauer.

The artist and college dropout – he had already passed the entrance examination at the art academy in Vienna at the age of 16, but left it again out of frustration with the teaching business – had recognized early on how important advertising was for himself as a freelance painter. "He was a gifted networker who carefully selected his contacts", says the curator Kutzenberger after studying all 2000 letters and postcards from Schiele’s hand. In it, the artist warned the addressees not to feel the same way as Van Gogh, who was misunderstood during his lifetime.

The life of the son of a railroad worker, which brought Schiele the privilege of free rail travel in the Danube monarchy, had disturbing features. He often picked up children from the street and then drew them naked in his studio. When a girl from the neighborhood fled to him and his girlfriend Wally Neuzil because of domestic anger, it earned him the suspicion of sexual abuse. After several days of pre-trial detention, he was acquitted on this point in 1912. But the child had seen the erotic leaves in his studio. For this he was arrested for three days "Dissemination of indecent drawings" sentenced.

On the art market, the expressionist disturbed and inspired the connoisseurs with his motifs of battered bodies, their twisted limbs, and their desperate faces. Again and again he created almost bizarre self-portraits and pushed the limits. The "Lying naked pregnant women" (1910) with spread legs and a mask-like face is a painting act that takes getting used to. One of his most famous works is self-portrayal "Sitting male nude" (1910), in which his emotions seem to erupt like glowing lava from his nipples, eyes, navel and genitals.

There is no direct connection between the 3,000 drawings and around 300 oil paintings that Schiele created over the course of just ten years, and the poems, says Kutzenberger. "The poems are not descriptions of pictures, but rather independent works."

A few years before his death, Schiele left his muse Wally, who came from a humble background, in favor of the bourgeois daughter Edith Harms. In "Death and maiden" (1915), Schiele, often decried as an erotomaniac, dealt with the separation, which was also painful for him. The picture, currently on view in a special show at the Belvedere in Vienna, shows how death embraces a seductive woman both protectively and defensively.

A special tragedy accompanied the last days of Schiele’s life. On October 28, 1918, Edith, who was six months pregnant, died of the Spanish flu. But Schiele was also infected. Death overtook him just three days later. His fame quickly faded. Decades later, the collector Rudolf Leopold helped the artist to a second steep posthumous career, crowned by millions in prices at international auctions.

Offenbach (AP) – A good five weeks after the killing of a woman in downtown Offenbach, the alleged perpetrator turned himself in to the police.

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The 42-year-old appeared on a guard in the city center on Monday evening and was immediately taken into custody, the police headquarters announced on Tuesday. He is said to have shot the 44-year-old in her car parked on the roadside in early May. The background was a violent argument, the police said. Shortly after the crime, the investigators announced that the perpetrator and the victim had known each other.

The 42-year-old is said to be a man who has been searched for at high pressure abroad since the act. The public prosecutor had stated that the man was mainly related to the sister of those killed.

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According to previous investigations, the alleged perpetrator drove to the location in Offenbach’s city center on May 9. The 44-year-old, who lives in Frankfurt, was waiting in her car to pick up her child. According to the autopsy result, the fatal shot hit the woman in the neck through the car window, and she died at the scene. One witness suffered a nervous breakdown.

The alleged perpetrator fled to Belgium, the police reported. For the crime he had borrowed a car that he parked not far from the crime scene. His track was lost in Belgium. This Wednesday, the man is to be brought before a judge. His identity had been established beyond doubt, the officials said in the morning.

Offenbach (AP) – After the fatal shot of a 44-year-old sitting in a car in Offenbach, the alleged perpetrator is still on the run. So far, there have been no new findings in the case, said a police spokesman on Saturday in Offenbach.

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The search for the 42-year-old suspect continues. According to police reports, he shot the woman who lived in Frankfurt from a borrowed gray car with Offenbach license plates on Thursday evening. She had parked on the side of the road and sat in the car waiting for her child.

The 42-year-old was known to the woman’s sister, it was said. The investigators assume a targeted act. The autopsy revealed that the woman died of a shot in the neck region.