Flehe is a borough of Düsseldorf. It les directly at the river Rhine, neighbouring to Volmerswerth, Himmelgeist and Bilk.
The name Flehe comes from the middle-age German word flet for stream or flee for "near the stream". Flehr became a part of Düsseldorf in 1384, but it was mentioned first time in 1402.
Although Flehe is a part of Düsseldorf, it has a structure dominated by agriculture. Only next to Bilk it looks like a part of a city or more like a part of a town, Flehe seems to be like a village.
The water works of Düsseldorf are in Flehe.
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Elementary School of Flehe
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Roman Catholic Church Mater dolerosa
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Tram Station Aachner Platz
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Between Bilk and Flehe (Aachner Platz)
This article is based on a translation from the German Wikipedia.