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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 14 Nov 2017, Tuesday
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Aachen (German pronunciation: [ˈʔaːxən] ( listen)) or Bad Aachen, French and traditional English: Aix-la-Chapelle (French pronunciation: [ˌɛkslaʃaˈpɛl]), is a spa and border city in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Aachen developed from a Roman settlement and spa, subsequently becoming the preferred medieval Imperial residence of Charlemagne, and, from 936 to 1531, the place where 31 Holy Roman Emperors were crowned Kings of the Germans.
Aachen is the westernmost city in Germany, located near the borders with Belgium and the Netherlands, 61 km (38 mi) west south west of Cologne in a former coal-mining area. One of Germany’s leading institutes of higher education in technology, the RWTH Aachen University is located in the city.[a] Aachen’s industries include science, engineering and information technology. In 2009, Aachen was ranked eighth among cities in Germany for innovation.
The name “Aachen” is a modern descendant, like southern German Ach(e), Aach, meaning “river” or “stream”, from Old High German ahha, meaning “water” or “stream”, which directly translates (and etymologically corresponds to) Latin Aquae, referring to the springs. The location has been inhabited by humans since the Neolithic era, about 5,000 years ago, attracted to its warm mineral springs. Latin Aquae figures in Aachen’s Roman name Aquae granni, which meant “waters of Grannus”, referring to the Celtic god of healing who was worshipped at the springs. This word became Åxhe in Walloon and Aix in French, and subsequently Aix-la-Chapelle after Charlemagne had his palatine chapel built there in the late eighth century and then made the city his empire’s capital.