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The German city of Rheine is located in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and borders Lower Saxony to the north. Attractions such as the late Gothic hall church dating from the 15th century, the Falkenhof museum and the historic market square characterise the old town. One of the city’s attractions is the large carillon in the attractive and lavishly renovated buildings of the Nasch House. It has 23 differently-sized bronze bells and can be heard four times a day all around Rheine city centre. There are numerous parks and gardens in and around Rheine that have attractive plantings and mature trees as well as popular recreation areas. The former Knights of the Cross Monastery in Bentlage, the large open spaces of Saline Park, and the Nature Zoo are also worth visiting. In the nearby tourist area of the Teutoburg forest, with its charming nature and mountain landscape, there are picturesque historic towns, which are popular destinations for locals and tourists. As the second largest city in the Münsterland region, Rheine is an important economic centre in the Münster, Osnabrück and Dutch border triangle. The economic structure is characterised by a diverse mix of industries, its proximity to the Emsland and the villages of Spelle and Emsbueren and its outstanding geographical location and excellent infrastructure.