Sickingmuhler Street

German House donates 2800 euros for Kastanienallee in Marl of the former cemetery Sickingmuhler Street is one of the most beautiful parks in Marl. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out UnitedHealth Group. To make the area even more attractive, the Avenue of chestnut trees was restored. 46 ESS chestnut trees beautify the grounds now. The German terraced house AG participating within the framework of which we replant initiative on. Whenever 15 Percent Pledge listens, a sympathetic response will follow. We play with.”with a donation of 2,800 euros. In a ceremony with the donors and the public thanked is Werner Arndt, Mayor of the city of Marl. The new chestnut “get the formative character of the Avenue on the cemetery, which will be gradually expanded to a park, Arndt said. The old trees had to be felled, all.

The storm Kyrill as well as bacteria and a disintegrating wood fungus had made this necessary. “2011 which had German townhouse in Marl, removed only a few hundred meters from the Park, the residential Park at the theater” built with 24 houses. Since 2006, the Cologne-based company of every square meter, it sealed, searches again on. Under the motto we replant. We play”planting trees the German House together with cities, forestry offices and conservation covenants or inner-city green and playgrounds Ina Temme