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  2. Stuttgart - Wikipedia

    Stuttgart is the only city in Germany where wine grapes are grown within the urban area, mainly in the districts of Rotenberg, Uhlbach and Untertürkheim. Wine-growing in the area dates back to 1108 when, according to State archives, Blaubeuren Abbey was given vineyards in Stuttgart as a gift from 'Monk Ulrich'.

  3. Stuttgart | Germany, Map, History, & Points of Interest

    Stuttgart, city, capital of Baden-Württemberg Land (state), southwestern Germany. Astride the Neckar River, in a forested vineyard-and-orchard setting in historic Swabia, Stuttgart lies between the Black Forest to the west and the Swabian Alp to the south. There were prehistoric settlements and a Roman fort in the area of Bad Cannstatt (a suburb), but Stuttgart itself originated as a ...

  4. About Stuttgart. Surrounded by one of Germany's largest wine-growing regions, Stuttgart beckons cultural junkies with its acclaimed ballet, opera and philharmonic, while auto fans get revved up over the Mercedes Benz Museum. There's more green space than urban sprawl in the festival-friendly city, home to Europe's largest zoo and botanic garden ...

  5. Stuttgart Vacation Rentals | Airbnb

    Welcome to Stuttgart, on the outskirts of the Stuttgart East. From here you have excellent infrastructure and great public transport connections. Shopping for everyday needs, close to you. All comfortably and comfortably furnished for you and your companion.

  6. 10 fascinating things you probably didn't know about Stuttgart

    2. Stuttgart is the home of the petrol-powered car. Carl Benz's patented motorvehicle 1885. Photo: DPA. Stuttgart is credited as the birthplace of the petrol powered motorcar with an impressive ...

  7. The time in Stuttgart is normally 6 hours ahead of the time in New York, but because these time zones don't share the same start and end times for daylight saving time, the time in Stuttgart can for a short while be 5 hours ahead of the time in New York.

  8. Getting Around Stuttgart: Public Transport Guide

    The Stuttgart Metro Stadtbahn (known as the U-bahn) is the successor system of the tram network (called the Straßenbahnen) that was symbolic for public transport in Stuttgart up until 1985. The Stadtbahn metro network covers most of stuttgart with its 14 main lines. It has an impressive 203 stations divided over 257 kilometres of track.