Linden-Limmer

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The building where Hannah Arendt was born.

Linden-Limmer is a district of Hanover. It became part of the city in 1920.[1] Linden-Limmer is where Hannah Arendt was born. It has 44,226 inhabitants and consists of the districts of Linden-Mitte (12,184 residents), Linden-Nord (16,358 residents), Linden-Süd (9,650 inhabitants) and Limmer (6,034 inhabitants) as of July 2015.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Klaus Mlynek; et al., eds. (2009), Stadtlexikon Hannover

Coordinates: 52°22′08″N 9°42′03″E / 52.3689°N 9.7008°E / 52.3689; 9.7008