Die Gemeinde Inden im Kreis Düren schafft es, grüne Wiesen, Felder und Flussauen mit dem Braunkohletagebau zu verbinden. Mehr über die Geschichte des Ortes erfährt man im Ortsgeschichtlichen Museum Inden. innogy sponserte der Gemeinde einen offenen BOKX®-Bücherschrank vom Modell BOKX 01, er steht auf dem Rathausplatz.
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