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  • Dagstuhl
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    Dagstuhl

    Dagstuhl is a computer science research center in Germany, located in and named after a district of the town of Wadern, Merzig-Wadern, Saarland.

    The Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik (LZI, Leibniz Center for Informatics) was established at Dagstuhl in 1990. The center is managed as a non-profit organization, and financed by national funds. It receives scientific support by a variety of German and foreign research institutions. Until April 2008 the name of the center was: International Conference and Research Center for Computer Science (German: Internationales Begegnungs- und Forschungszentrum für Informatik (IBFI)). The center was founded by Reinhard Wilhelm, who remains its director.

  • Dagstuhl Castle
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    Dagstuhl Castle

    Dagstuhl Castle (in German: Burgruine Dagstuhl or Burg Dagstuhl) is a ruined castle on the top of a hill near the town of Wadern, kreis Merzig-Wadern, in Saarland, Germany. It overlooks the newer Schloss Dagstuhl in the valley below, which is historic but has been converted for use as a conference centre.

    The castle was founded by Knight Boemund of Saarbrücken sometime before 1290, probably for Bohemond I von Warnesberg, Archbishop of Trier. The name derives from the German word for roof, "Dach", because of the roof-like shape of the hill on which the castle stands.

    The castle ruins have been archaeologically explored and were improved for public access in 2004.



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Wadern Overview

Wadern is located at the foot of the Schwarzwälder Hochwald. It consists of the districts Bardenbach, Büschfeld, Dagstuhl, Gehweiler, Krettnich, Lockweiler, Löstertal, Morscholz, Noswendel, Nunkirchen, Steinberg, Wadern, Wadrill, and Wedern.

Things to See in Wadern

Schloss Dagstuhl

Schloss Muenchweiler

Heimatmuseum

Barockschloss Münchweiler

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More about the History of Wadern

Wadern has been inhabited since the 1st century. In 1920 it was transferred to Saarland because of the Treaty of Versailles. Only recently in 1978 did the town receive its rights.

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Wadern is a municipality in the German federal state Saarland, which is situated in the southwest of Germany. It is part of the district Merzig-Wadern. Wadern consists of 14 districts with approximately 17,000 inhabitants. In terms of area, Wadern is the third largest municipality in Saarland after Saarbrücken and St. Wendel.

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