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Stuttgart ([ˈʃtʊtɡaʁt]; formerly and disused Estucardia in Spanish) is the capital of the German federated state Baden-Württemberg. With 600 038 inhabitants, Stuttgart is the largest city in Baden-Württemberg and the sixth in Germany. In Stuttgart we find the parliament of its Bundesland and its corresponding government, as well as other political authorities and the federal administration. The major German cities most important and close to Stuttgart are: Frankfurt (240 km northwest), Munich (approximately 220 km southeast of Stuttgart) and Karlsruhe (80 km northwest).
Stuttgart has the status of city-district, unified by a president. It also houses the evangelical bishop of Württemberg and a Catholic bishopric (Bistum Rottenburg-Stuttgart). The city has two universities, technical schools and is home to several research institutes, such as the German Aerospace Center (DLR), the Fraunhofer or the Max Planck.
Stuttgart is the gateway to the Black Forest and the Swabian Jura. Surrounded by hills, forests and vineyards that reach the center. The port is located northeast of the city, on the banks of the Neckar River.
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Mercedes-Benz is a German manufacturer of luxury vehicles, a division of the company Daimler AG (formerly known as Daimler-Benz and DaimlerChrysler). The brand is recognized for its luxury vehicles, buses and trucks. Its slogan is The best or nothing.
The closest competitors of Mercedes-Benz in today's high-end car market are Audi, Volvo, Alfa Romeo, BMW, Lincoln, Cadillac, Infiniti, Jaguar, Lexus, Acura. The famous three-pointed star, designed by Gottlieb Daimler, symbolizes the ability of its engines to use them on land, sea and air. [appointment required]
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New State Gallery of Stuttgart
The New State Gallery (in German, Neue Staatsgalerie) of Stuttgart, Germany, is an extension of the State Gallery (Staatsgalerie) of that city opened in 1984 and designed during the 1970s by Scottish architect James Stirling. The Old State Gallery was inaugurated in 1843, and in the 1970s it remained small. For this reason, the museum was enlarged, which also includes a chamber theater, a music school, a library and an underground car park.
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The University of Stuttgart (German University Stuttgart) is a university located in Stuttgart, Germany. It was founded in 1829 and is organized into ten faculties.
He is a member of the TU9 consortium, which brings together the nine main universities of science and engineering in Germany. It has highly valued studies in civil, mechanical and electrical engineering, as well as in natural sciences, especially physics and chemistry.
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Schlossplatz (in Spanish: Castle Square) is the largest square in the city center of Stuttgart and the location of the Neue Schloss (New Castle), built between 1746 and 1807.
The Schlossplatz is located near two other well-known places in Stuttgart: Karlsplatz to the south and Schillerplatz to the southeast.
The square was completely renovated in 1977 for the staging of the Bundesgartenschau (State Garden Exhibition) in Stuttgart. In 2006 the lawn and flower beds were changed on the occasion of the FIFA World Cup finals.
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Stuttgart Old Castle
The Old Castle (in German: Altes Schloss)? It is located in the center of Stuttgart, the capital of the German federal state of Baden-Württemberg. It has its origin in the 10th century.
The first castle dates from around 950 when Stuttgart was a settlement for horse breeding. In the fourteenth century it became the residence of the sovereign counts of Württemberg. In the 16th century the Dukes Cristóbal and Luis ordered that it be converted into a Renaissance castle. In the eighteenth century the moats around the castle were suppressed.
In 1931, the castle was severely damaged in a fire and before its reconstruction could be completed, directed by Paul Schmitthenner, it was severely damaged in the bombings of World War II. The subsequent reconstruction, also directed by Schmitthenner, lasted until 1971.
At present, the Old Castle is the headquarters of the Württemberg State Museum.
Kings Carlos I of Württemberg and his wife Olga are buried under the castle church. The inner courtyard houses a monument to Eberhard I. The Old Castle is next to the New Palace, which was built to replace it at the end of the 18th century.
In the Karlsplatz next to the Old Castle there is a museum dedicated to the memory of Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg, a citizen of Stuttgart who organized the attempted murder of Adolf Hitler on July 20, 1944.
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New Palace of Stuttgart
The New Palace, also called New Castle (in German: "das Neue Schloss"), is a building that stands at the southern end of the palace square (Schlossplatz, the central square in Stuttgart, Germany. The castle was built in late baroque style.
From 1746 to 1797 and from 1805 to 1807, it served as the residence of the kings of Württemberg (on other occasions the Ludwigsburg Palace, a few kilometers north, was the favorite residence of the royal family). The palace stands adjacent to the Old Palace.
The castle was almost completely destroyed by the Allied bombings during World War II and rebuilt between 1958 and 1964. During this time most of the interior of the castle was also restored and served as the seat of the Baden-Württemberg State Parliament. It is currently used by the Ministries of Finance and Education. External public visits are only allowed on special occasions.
The Schlossplatz is adjacent to two other popular plazas in Stuttgart: the Karlsplatz to the south and the Schillerplatz to the southwest. The former German federal president, Richard von Weizsäcker, was born in the New Palace on April 15, 1920.
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The Wilhelmspalais is a palace located on the Charlottenplatz in Stuttgart-Mitte. It was the residence of the last king of Württemberg Wilhelm II.
The Wilhelmspalais was built between 1834-40 by Giovanni Salucci, the architect of the court of King William I of Württemberg in neoclassical style. The king wanted to use it as a residence for his two oldest daughters, Princesses Marie and Sophie. The interior design was done by Karl Ludwig von Zanth.
It was destroyed during World War II and between 1961 and 1965 rebuilt in modern style. At present, the central library of the city of Stuttgart, Stadtbücherei Stuttgart, is located in the building.
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Stuttgart State Gallery
The Stuttgart State Gallery (in German, Staatsgalerie) is a museum and an art gallery of Germany, which opened in 1843. It was founded in 1838-1843 by King William I of Württemberg.
The museum, virtually destroyed after World War II, was rebuilt in 1946 and reopened in 1948. In 1984, the opening of the Neue Staatsgalerie designed by James Stirling (built between 1977 and 1983) transformed what was once a somewhat provincial exhibition in one of the most advanced museums in Europe.