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Neckarsulm is a city in northern Baden-Württemberg, Germany, near Stuttgart (Stuttgart vacation rentals | Stuttgart travel guide), and part of the district Heilbronn (Heilbronn vacation rentals | Heilbronn travel guide). As of 2004, Neckarsulm had 27,296 inhabitants. The rivers Neckar and Sulm join there, hence the name, which is often misunderstood or mispronounced as "Neckars Ulm", which would mean the Ulm (Ulm vacation rentals | Ulm travel guide) of the Neckar, in comparison to the city of Ulm, which is far to the East, and on the Danube at the border between Baden-Wuerttemburg and Bavaria.
Both the former NSU Motorenwerke AG (which has been acquired by Audi), the Audi Aluminium Plant, and quattro GmbH are located here. Lidl is also from Neckarsulm. Neckarsulm is famous for being ranked first in the German Solarbundesliga (cities beginning at 10,000 inhabitants), a competition in renewable energy installations. Its other fame is that the Neckarsulm-Gundelsheim Weingaertnergenossenschaft (vintner's co-operative) is reputed to be the oldest in Germany; trollinger and limburger are the principal varieties of grape that are grown.
Things to See in Neckarsulm
Bailiwick, the city's event center
German two-wheeler and NSU-Museum
Town hall and marketplace
Catholic Parish Church of St. Dionysius
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More about the History of Neckarsulm
Neckarsulm was an important city in the Middle Ages, changing hands between the Swedes, Bavarians, and French during wars. Neckarsulm was dominated by agriculture and wine-growing town. In 1834, founded the wine club here and 1855 is probably the oldest wine cooperative in Germany. After World War II, the city changed directions and now houses an Audi industrial plant.
[ source: wikipedia ]
Neckarsulm is a city in northern Baden-Württemberg, Germany, near Stuttgart, and part of the district Heilbronn. As of 2004, Neckarsulm had 27,296 inhabitants. The rivers Neckar and Sulm join there, hence the name, which is often misunderstood or mispronounced as "Neckars Ulm", which would mean the Ulm of the Neckar, in comparison to the city of Ulm, which is far to the East, and on the Danube at the border between Baden-Wuerttemburg and Bavaria.
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