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Some of these industries are still thriving today, such as beds and accessories (Auping) and publishing (Wolters Kluwer, now headquartered in Alphen aan den Rijn) The city's trade and industry is still of some importance.
The city is host to a factory producing central heating systems, as well as Wolters Kluwer, a global information services and publishing company.
De Adelaarshorst is situated in a 1930s neighbourhood and one of the oldest stadiums still in use today.
The club was founded in 1902 as Be Quick, although the name was soon changed to Go Ahead at the request of the Dutch Football Association.
The 1992 founded skating rink De Scheg, which is semi-indoor since 2011, is in the top 10 of fastest skating tracks of the Netherlands.
It has been the training accommodation of skaters including Olympic champion Mark Tuitert and the retired former world champion sprint Erben Wennemars.
The female Jewish poet and writer Etty Hillesum lived in Deventer during the war before being deported to Auschwitz.
In Schalkhaar, a village only 2 km northeast of the city centre, barracks were used by the German occupying forces to train Nazi policemen. Deventer has been somewhat popular with the film industry.
The city centre has been largely spared, thus offering a view that has remained largely unchanged for the past few centuries.
In the 18th century, the iron industry came to Deventer.
East of the town, so-called "oer", riversand containing iron, was found as early as 900.
From around 1300, it also housed a Latin School, which became internationally renowned, and remained in service in changing forms until 1971.
Its most well-known was the scholar Desiderius Erasmus, who was born in 1466 and attended the school from 1475 to 1484.
During the production of the 1977 film A Bridge Too Far, all of the scenes taking place in nearby Arnhem were filmed in Deventer - as Arnhem itself had lost its historic centre.