File:Karl-Ullmer-Weg street sign leading to Rizal Park in Wilhelmsfeld, Germany.jpg
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English: Karl-Ullmer-Weg street sign leading to Rizal Park in Wilhelmsfeld, Germany. The street commemorates Pastor Karl Ullmer, who was the host of José Rizal while Rizal studied in Heidelberg. Ullmer's house in Wilhelmsfeld was where Rizal wrote the last chapters of his subversive novel Noli Me Tángere.
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