Stuttgart, Southern Germany

The city expanded rapidly during the 19th and 20th centuries as industries, particularly automobile manufacturing, were developed.


In 1883 Gottlieb Daimler assembled the first high-speed gasoline engine in nearby Bad Cannstatt.


Stuttgart is situated in a vineyard area.

Population (1990 estimate) 575,600.

The old section of the city, almost completely destroyed by bombing during World War II (1939-1945), has since been either restored or redeveloped.

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Major cities near Stuttgart:

West
Paris
508 km

North-northwest
Frankfurt
146 km

East-southeast
Munich
188 km

East-northeast
Prague
402 km


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