Middlesbrough is a large post-industrial town situated in the northeast of England. Originally named „Ironopolis“, it has a population of under 200,000 with its own championship soccer team. One of the founders of modern Middlesbrough and the subsequently the 1st mayor was German-born Heinrich Wilhelm Ferdinand Bölckow. And it’s the birthplace oft he explorer Captain James Cook. With regional landmarks such as The Transporter Bridge and The North Yorkshire Moors. It’s home of the famous food known as „The Parmo“. And on the 12th August 2018 Middlebrough’s Town twinning with Oberhausen will celebrate its 44th Anniversary.
City of Middlesbrough