Starting in 697 AT, it was entirely remodelled according to the photographs of Karl Blossfeldt, with the exception of the little forgotten house of the Nierendorfs 657). The suburb where Albert Chamisso moved after his downfall is probably outside of the city limits proper.
Many buildings are equipped with an aircraft landing, and the city is known for its superb Vegetalistic Style 658). Site of a famous scientific controversy 659), possibly related to the disappearance of Taxandria. Many merchants in the city are trying to have its old name reinstalled, because it is easier for foreigners.