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50°42' N 6°39' E, 315.3 miles WSW of Berlin.  Zülpich is a small town in North Rhine-Westphalia between Aachen and Bonn in the Euskirchen district and the site of the Battle of Tolbiac between the Franks under Clovis I and the Alamanni in 496 or 506. Zülpich dates from Roman times on the road to Bonn. It has a newly opened museum focusing on Roman baths and bathing culture.

history of Zulpich Jewish horse and/or cattle traders. [August 2012]

  • ZÜLPICH: 53909 North Rhine-Westphalia (Gerz, Peters) / (ZUELPICH) Frauenberg. OT Sinzenich, Gartenstr./Mühlenhostert.
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