Guestbook of Aalen

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Hasse (
I always love visiting Aalen
Donald Clickman ( from Schenectady, NY
My mother reads this website often. She looks for names that she might know in the birthday section. She grew up in Aalen and is always amazed at how the town has grown. Her maiden name is Hedwig Altmann. She thinks all her old friends are gone. She is 87 years old now. It would be nice to find someone she knew to write to her.
Alex Adler ( from Newark
Great site! Keep up the work!
Yuel (
I love your beautiful city, I wish I can visit it again in my lifetime!
Naser ( from Amman Jordan
My visit to this town was a wonderful quiet beautiful town i came from the Middle East and I saty at the Ramada Hotel surrounded by beautiful forests It was a great memories I will come back again this winter and will live in a IPs hotel
Fred Simeonidis ( from Winnipeg Manitoba Canada
I grew up in Aalen and left for Canada in 1956.I remember Rudy Schnee as one boy I went to school with. I am looking for a way to establish some remeniscing avenues.IS there a forum for this in Aalen.Iam 70 years old and I suppose I am looking for some contact with a piece of my past. Am I being silly???
Janet Sensenberger Lose ( from Hudson, Florida
Looking for any family ties to either Stahl or Rabel relatives.
My grandmother was Christiana Stahl who married Friedrich Rabel.
Karen Avery ( from St. Louis, MO
I was born in Aalen in 1941. Went to school there and left when I was 12 years old. Just wondering if any of my old school friends are still in Aalen.
Marie Ulrich Pousson ( from Houston, TX USA
My granfather was born in Aalen, and came to the US when he was 12. He lived on Ulrichstrasse, which I am told is a street which has had a name change. My daughter will be there visiting this week, and I hope she finds it. We have a photo of his old house from an uncle's previous visit. I am happy to find this website, and hope to visit someday myself. The city looks charming!

Dear Mrs. Pousson,

thank you very much for your entry. The Ulrichstraße has been renamed to Marienstrasse. You can find it on our map:

Yours sincerely
Ralf Abele
Tascha (
I will be visiting Aalen soon and want to see the nunnery that my mom grew up in in the 1960s. Does anyone know of old nunneries in Aalen that house children?