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    Sentences forNorth Rhine-Westphalia

    • The small Alsace region has more than double the number of municipalities compared to the large and populous state of North Rhine-Westphalia (396 Gemeinden in September 2007).Communes of France-Wikipedia
    • Despite Cologne's status as the largest city in the region, nearby Düsseldorf was chosen as the political capital of the federated state of North Rhine-Westphalia.Cologne-Wikipedia
    • With 13 million inhabitants, it is second in population only to North Rhine-Westphalia, but due to its large size it is one of the least densely populated states.Bavaria-Wikipedia
    • In Germany, Low Franconian dialects are spoken in the northwest of North Rhine-Westphalia, along the Lower Rhine.German language-Wikipedia
    • The first golf club in North Rhine-Westphalia was founded in Cologne in 1906.Cologne-Wikipedia
    • The states (Bundesländer) of North Rhine-Westphalia and Bavaria refused to accept it.German language-Wikipedia

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