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Visiting the Porche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany

 
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Wazling's pictureby Wazling review
added on 26th of April, 2009

Stuttgart is a nice, big city, where you can do really everything. Around the city center you can find shops for everything, also bars and restaurants. You can visit one of the many museums, located around the park, next to the railway station. Take yourself time to take a look at the the possibilities the city has got to offer.

There is one thing in particular that you should not miss, especialy if you are a fan. The porche Museum is very interesting, there are many exhibitions with cars, some really rare and beautiful old timers, but not only. There are other vehicles displayed, like some nice tractors.

 

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Stuttgart History

The first historical information we have about Stuttgart dates back from the 1st century AD, once with the Roman domination over the region of Cannstatt. Two centuries later Alamanni managed to regain their right here and for the next few years nothing was heard again about this area. Stuttgart is believed to have been founded in 950 AD. Due to its prosperous landscapes, people from those times used to breed their animals in this region, especially cavalry horses and later on, Merovingian farmers established their homes here. The 14th century is an important one, as Stuttgart was given the nomenclature “Territorialstaat”, meaning... Read more »

 
 
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Kurzer Leitfaden für Stuttgart - Jun 21, 2009, by mary
Wo liegt Stuttgart? Stuttgart liegt in Deutschlanf in Baden-Wüttemberg. Außerdem ist Stuttgart die Hauptstadt Baden-Wüttembergs. Sie hat ca. 600.000 Einwohner. Durch Stuttgart fließt der Fluss Neckar. Es ist sehr warm... Read more »

 
 

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