Margarethenhöhe is a working-class neighbourhood near the German city of Essen built between 1909 and 1930. Margarethenhöhe is seen as the first German garden city. It was named after the foundress Margarethe Krupp and has 935 buildings. All the buildings have a different decorative facade. Curved walls and pergolas, bay windows, wooden shutters and stone plinths are distinctive details Margarethenhöhe.