In 1941 Konrad Zuse developed and built the Z3, the world's first functioning computer, and from 1949, computers were being manufactured in Hessen. Many original models are on display today at the Konrad Zuse Museum in Hünfeld. You can also marvel at an original Zuse computer, the Z 22 R from 1959, at the wortreich interactive museum in Bad Hersfeld.
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