- n a city in western Germany near the Dutch and Belgian borders; formerly it was Charlemagne's northern capital
- Torsten Frings in SI.com
Except for the early goal, we had Aachen under control,Bremen's Germany midfielder Torsten Frings said. "Of course we did fall asleep on that goal."
- Jim Bates in United States Equestrian Federation (press release)
HRTV, based in horse sports, is pleased to expand its mission of leadership in equestrian TV by bringing the Aachen World Equestrian Festival, in English, to the US TV and worldwide internet audiences,said Jim Bates, HRTV's Executive Vice...
- Vaclav Klaus in Prague Daily Monitor
I am glad that this exhibition takes place here since Hans von Aachen belongs to Prague Castle,Klaus said at the opening symbolically held in the Rudolph Gallery where the emperor kept his private art gallery.