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Mayor Bell's last day in Germany

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Mayor Mike Bell and Anke von Wittke-Grothenn talk during the last presentation on Toledo in Delmenhorst.

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Toledo Mayor Mike Bell and former Delmenhorst mayor and councilman Anke von Wittke-Grothenn speak outside after Mr. Bell's final meeting in the German city. Ms. von Wittke-Grothenn has been a key force in the sister city relationship between Toledo and Delmenhorst.

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Toledo Mayor Mike Bell and former Delmenhorst mayor and councilman Anke von Wittke-Grothenn observe cyclists outside after Mr. Bell's final meeting in the German city.

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Anke von Wittke-Grothenn, right, explains the marker which shows the location of an 11th century castle that once stood in Delmenhorst to Toledo Mayor Bell.

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From left: Deputy Mayor Paul Syring, Mayor Mike Bell, Anke von Wittke-Grothenn, Susan Miko, and Patrick McLean view a a marker showing the location of an 11th century castle that once stood in Delmenhorst. They walked there after a final meeting and presentation about Toledo in Delmenhorst city hall.

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Street in Delmenhorst called Bahnhofstrasse, which means railway station street.

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Windmill in Bremen which Mayor Bell visited Sautrday.

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