Ulm

Many are the things that strikes me about Ulm, but my favourite must be because it is home to the Church with the tallest steeple in the world. Ulm, the birth place of Albert Einstein, an economic centre and a beautiful city on the River Danube.

Considered an economic centre for all the HQs it holds for Ebner & Spiegel GmbH (book printing), Gardena AG (gardening tools), J. G. Anschütz (firearms for sports and hunting), Müller Ltd. & Co. KG (major German trade company), Ratiopharm (pharmaceuticals), Carl Walther GmbH (fire arms, especially pistols), Wieland-Werke AG (non-ferrous semi-finished products), Britax Roemer Kindersicherheit GmbH (Child safety products). Some more internationally recognisable companies with important plants there include Daimler: Daimler Forschungszentrum (research centre) and EvoBus (production of buses), EADS (European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company), Nokia (telecommunication, research centre), Siemens AG, Deutsche Telekom AG, Atmel, Intel, AEG, Iveco Magirus.

The photos taken here are mainly of the same places between Spring and Winter just to show a little contrast as snow covers this place.

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