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Wallisellen is a municipality in the district of Bülach in the canton of Zürich in Switzerland, and belongs to the Glatt Valley (German: Glattal).HistoryThe first settlement at Wallisellen dates from 58 BC. The municipality Wallisellen has its origin between 400 and 700 BC, after the Germanic migration of the peoples. Wallisellen is named according to both parts "Walchen" and "Seller". The Germanic peoples described as «Walchen» its Celtic and romanic neighbours (look at Walensee Lake of the Walchen). The word "Seller" stands for immigrated farmers, in contrast to long-established farmers, who cultivated small and modest farm. Linguists think that name comes along because Franks or Alemanni gave the name "Wallisellen" to a small farmer settlement, which was inhabited or founded from Celts or Romans.In 1916, the municipality of Rieden merged with Wallisellen.With inauguration of the NOB-line Zürich–Wallisellen–Winterthur on 25 June 1856 Wallisellen had its first connexion with the Swiss railway network. In 1916, the municipality of Rieden merged with Wallisellen. In interwar period Wallisellen developed from a village to a growing suburb-municipality of Zurich, but didn't want to have town charter.
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