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Objectives: This article aims at increasing the knowledge on how cities are changing by processes of post-industrialism. Research Design & Methods: The article reviews the historical process of the use of water in the Rhine-Herne canal and the surrounding city of Gelsenkirchen. Findings: The article shows that the canal has regained significance to people. However, depending on the social status, the canal means something different now. For the urban poor, it is again a place for refreshmentdoi:10.15678/zp.2020.54.4.04 fatcat:5mrj5xu5rbafpkg3rs6kx23ws4