Villa ten Hompel

Local nameVilla ten Hompel
LocationErphoviertel, Münster, Germany

The Villa ten Hompel is a memorial site for offenses committed by the police and government administration during the National Socialist period in the city of Münster, located in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia.

The Villa ten Hompel was named after its builder, the industrial merchant Rudolf ten Hompel from Münster, and was constructed from 1924 on.

Ten Hompel was one of the richest citizens of Münster and was co-owner of the “Wicking-Werke”, the biggest combine of cement factories in Germany from this time period. Furthermore, he was a representative of the Catholic Centre Party in the German Reichstag from 1920 until 1928.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Villa_ten_Hompel

Official Website https://www.stadt-muenster.de/villa-ten-hompel/

Coordinates 51°57'58.51" N 7°38'47.667" E

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