A century later in 1899 the city's harbour started operations when the city was linked to the Dortmund-Ems Canal.In the 1940s The Bishop of Münster, Cardinal Clemens August Graf von Galen, was one of the most prominent critics of the Nazi government.John of Leiden believed he would lead the elect from Münster to capture the entire world and purify it of evil with the sword in preparation for the Second Coming of Christ and the beginning of the Millennium.They went so far as to require all citizens to be naked as preparation for the Second Coming.Leinster's tie against Scarlets is set for Saturday, April 21 at 3.30pm Irish time at the Aviva Stadium.Pre-sale tickets will go on sale for season ticket holders on Thursday, 5th April, with further details on semi-final tickets, including the pre-sale link, to be provided in the coming days.The Wolstonian sediments of the mountain ridge called "Münsterländer Kiessandzug" cross the city from north to south.The highest elevation is the Mühlenberg in the northwest of Münster, 97 metres above sea level.
Today it is known as the bicycle capital of Germany.
Currently there are about 40,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled.
In 1802 Münster was conquered by Prussia during the Napoleonic Wars.
Munster and Leinster have a little over three weeks to prepare for their Champions Cup semi-final fixtures.
The dates and times for both games have been confirmed today by European Rugby.
It was also for several decades a garrison town for the British forces stationed in West Germany.