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___ Satellite View and Map of the City of Stuttgart, Germany
Neues Schloss (new palace) with Schlossplatzspringbrunnen (fountain), in the heart of the city.
Image: Julian Herzog
About StuttgartSatellite view is showing Stuttgart, sixth-largest city in Germany and the capital city of the German Federal State of Baden-Württemberg. The city is located in southern Germany, about 150 km north of Bodensee (Lake Constance).
Stuttgart has a city population of about 600,000 inhabitants (2013), 2.7 million people live in the "Stuttgart Region".
The city is called the Cradle of the Automobile, because the motorbike and four-wheel automobile were invented in Stuttgart (by Gottlieb Daimler and Karl Benz), for this reason the city is considered to be the starting point of the worldwide automotive industry. Mercedes-Benz and Porsche have their headquarters in Stuttgart, as well as automotive parts giant Bosch.
Some points of interest in Stuttgart:
Museums: Staatsgalerie Stuttgart (one of Europe's leading art museums), Kunstmuseum Stuttgart (museum for contemporary and modern art),
Mercedes-Benz Museum (history of the Mercedes-Benz brand), Porsche Museum (New Porsche-Museum opened 2009),
Neues Schloss (the 17th Century Baroque residence of the Kings of Württemberg)
Fernsehturm Stuttgart (the landmark of Stuttgart, the 'Television tower' was the first telecommunications tower in the world),
Wilhelma (Zoo and Botanical Garden since 1846)
Just zoom in (+) to see Altes and Neues Schloss (Old and New Castle) in Stuttgart's city center.
The Map shows a city map of Stuttgart with expressways, main roads and streets. Zoom out to find the location of Stuttgart Airport (IATA code: STR) situated in south near Echterdingen.
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||Local Time Stuttgart:
Thursday-March-23 17:15Standard Time Zone (CET): UTC/GMT +1 hour
CEST (Daylight Saving Time) in use from end of March until end of October: time zone offset: UTC/GMT +2 hours
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City Coordinates: 48°46′43″N 9°10′46″E
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