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Seven Mills Stuttgart

Stuttgart has its charms in which it offers great museums, nice gastronomy and wine of course. There are also some hidden treasures. In the district of Leinfelden, there is an area called Sieben Mühlental, the “Path of the Seven Mills”. Formerly called Reichenbachtal, the current name refers to documents dating back to 1383 that mentions…

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June 18, 2021

Stuttgart has the cool pools!

Did you know that Stuttgart is the second largest city in Europe that has mineral water source pools ? Leuze, located just outside of downtown Stuttgart, is where you need to go to see this. Here you can enjoy up to nine different pools, some outdoors and others indoors, whose temperatures range between 20 and…

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March 26, 2021

The relationship with Stuttgart and wine

When you visit the beautiful city of Stuttgart, you can certainly take some time and make a getaway to Esslingen am Neckar , a city within the federal state of Badem Württemberg, and the capital of the district of Esslingen. It is located on the banks of the River Neckar, 10 km from Stuttgart’s city center Its…

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August 30, 2020

Stuttgart.. Did you know?

Recently Stuttgart has been reported to receive annually more than 3 million overnight stays from tourists all over the world. It’s a city known for captivating sites and varied activities. But beautiful sites and dreamy walks are not all this city has to offer. For those interested in more dark and somber pages in history, we can have a glance at a famous prison, Stammheim Prison. This less visited site can be found in the North of the city. The prison became famous for housing the main members of the Red Army Fraction (RAF by its German acronym: Rote Armee Fraktion) during the trials to which they were subjected, in 1975. At the same time, a court was created so that the trial could take place inside the prison, for safety. This was later recognized as one of the safest…

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July 17, 2020

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