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|General Description||Gevelsberg is a town in the district of Ennepe-Ruhr-Kreis, in North Rhine-Westphalia
The city has a history of nearly 780 years. The archbishop of cologne Engelbert II of Berg was killed on November 7, 1225 by his cousin Frederick of Isenberg in Gievilberch.
When the small businesses boomed, especially the mills and iron-producing factory, they also caused a rise in population in the 19th century. Numerous houses, factory buildings and manufacturing plants developed during that time, which has shaped Gevelsberg especially today.
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