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By Vincent Green / Feb 6 2020
Besides graphic works, religious glass painting, naive and conceptual art, the historical artefacts of the Clemens Sels Museum reveal the city’s ancient history as a Roman military outpost.
Happenings can vary from celebrations to mark an opening or anniversary to a market or a one off concert. The community is quick to pick up on such events, creating gatherings large and small.
A brief history of Neuss
One of the three oldest Roman settlements in Germany reveals a story covering over 2,000 years. Progressive developments include Napoleonic rule and that of Prussia before becoming part of North-Rhine Westphalia.