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    stuttgart
  • a city in southwestern Germany famous for innovative architecture

  • Stuttgart is one of the four administrative districts (Regierungsbezirke) of Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, located in the north-east of the state of Baden-Wurttemberg, in the southwestern part of Germany.It is sub-divided into the three regions Heilbronn-Franken, Ostwurttemberg, Stuttgart.

  • Stuttgart soil series is an officially designated state symbol, the State Soil of Arkansas.

  • An industrial city in western Germany, the capital of Baden-Wurttemberg, on the Neckar River; pop. 592,000





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Wagner - Siegfried / West, Gasteen, Göhring, Schöne, Waag, Jun, Herrera, Zagrosek, Stuttgart Opera


Wagner - Siegfried /  West, Gasteen, Göhring, Schöne, Waag, Jun, Herrera, Zagrosek, Stuttgart Opera



No production of the Ring can conclusively answer all the questions thrown up by this theatrical cosmos. The puzzles, anomalies and contradictions will never be completely resolved or even reconciled. But Jossi Wieler’s direction, in sets by Anna Viebrock, exercises an unprecedented power of suggestion to draw from Siegfried the glummest of all comedies, making laughter die in the throat, and presenting only one negative figure: the Wanderer, Wotan. Here, the god is a schizoid: the CEO of Walhall Inc. who has lost his power base. He should have retired long ago, but he still flaunts himself, an elegant old rocker in jeans, leather jacket and shades: impotent, but still enjoying sadistic little games, like the quiz in which Mime’s head is the prize.
Picture Format: 16:9 anamorphic • Subtitles: GB / D / F / I / E • Sound Format: DD 5.1 / DTS 5.1 / PCM Stereo










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Untergrund-Bahn Stuttgart - Tapachstraße




Untergrund-Bahn Stuttgart - Tapachstraße





Stuttgart, Alemanha.

Stuttgart is the capital of the German Bundesland Baden-Wurttemberg and has 550,000 inhabitants, with Stuttgarter Stra?enbahnen AG serving an area where almost 900,000 people live. The city is spread out over several hills with the city centre in the valley. Therefore metro lines are classified as:

1) running along the main valley: U1, U14, U2
2) crossing the main valley north-south: U5, U6, U7, U15
3) crossing the main valley west-east: U4, U9
4) tangential lines (not passing through city centre): U3, U13

The Stuttgart Stadtbahn is not a real metro, but a light rail system that's largely underground in the city centre, and which runs at grade with level crossings, though on a separate right-of-way, in other areas. Between 1966 and 1970 the first tunnel opened in the city centre along route U1 (Charlottenplatz - Marienplatz). Subsequently and until 1983 all city tunnels were completed. In the beginning all tunnels were used by existing tram lines (similar to the Brussels pre-metro), but in 1985 new Stadtbahn trains of the DT8 type started operating on the 8.1 km long route U3 in the south of the city between Plieningen and Vaihingen.

The Stuttgart Stadtbahn uses standard European gauge (1435 mm), whereas the former tram system was narrow gauge (1000 mm). Along some routes therefore 3-rail tracks can still be seen, as well as some lower platform sections, which have become obsolete once line 15 had been upgraded to Stadtbahn operation. Along some routes (e.g. the panoramic route from Olgaeck to Ruhbank) will remain 3-track to allow special rides with heritage tramway vehicles.

Apart from the city tunnels, there are major tunnel sections on route U6 through Feuerbach in the north, and along route U5/U6 between Bopser and Degerloch. From this tunnel a southbound branch opened in May 1998, which is part of U7 to Heumaden and Ostfildern.

In Dec. 2007, the Stuttgart Stadtbahn network has a total length of 116 km (21 km in tunnel).

A special line in the Stuttgart rail network is line 10, a rack railway between Marienplatz (U1/14) and Degerloch (U5/6). This train has a special bicycle car so bikers don't have to climb up the steep hill.

Like in other German cities, the S-Bahn operated by DB (Deutsche Bahn) is an important means of transport also within the city (about 20 stations within the city limits).

U5: LEINFELDEN BF. - Unteraichen - Leinfelden Frank - Mohringen Freibad - Rohrer Weg - Vaihinger Stra?e - Mohringen Bf. -Riedsee - Sonnenberg - Peregrinastra?e - Degerloch Albstra?e - Degerloch U - Weinsteige - Bopser - Dobelstra?e - Olgaeck - Charlottenplatz U - Schlossplatz U - Hauptbahnhof U - Turlenstra?e U - Eckartshaldenweg (Pragfriedhof) - Lowentorbrucke - Pragsattel - Sieglestra?e - Borsigstra?e - Friedrichswahl - Hohensteinstra?e - Zuffenhausen Kelterplatz - Schozacher Stra?e - Furfelder Stra?e - Tapachstra?e - Landesversicherungsanstalt - Suttnerstra?e - FREIBERG.











El león en el Palacio Nuevo de Stuttgart




El león en el Palacio Nuevo de Stuttgart





El escudo de Stuttgart tiene una cornamenta negra de ciervo y un leon rampante con lengua roja sobre fondo gualda.

El leon esta tomado del escudo de los Hohenstaufen, quienes poseian territorios en el distrito. Al distrito tambien se le llama Stauferkreis (distrito de los Staufer). La cornamenta de ciervo es el simbolo de Wurtemberg, que domino la mayor parte del distrito despues de los Staufer.










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TEN FUN THINGS TO DO IN STUTTGART (German Edition)






Q: What do you get when you shrink a travel guide to fit better on a smartphone?
A: The Ten Fun Things travel guide!!!
The goal was to shrink a lengthy conventional travel guide down to an information only guide and make it into a super-compact size for three reasons:
1. It would work well on mobile devices.
2. It could be delivered to the customer for much less than the $8 to $12 travel guides.
3. It could be offered as a new kind of travel guide for people who don’t have time to read 80-100 pages on a tiny screen.
This guide has been designed to be more of a quick reference tool for your smartphone rather than a conventional travel guide. It provides contact information for popular local attractions. It also includes a good list of restaurants, nightclubs and a bonus section covering breakfast. Everything you need and nothing you don't, and for much less than the other guides.
Carry it with you and use it to plan your trip -or- during your trip.
Enjoy!

Q: What do you get when you shrink a travel guide to fit better on a smartphone?
A: The Ten Fun Things travel guide!!!
The goal was to shrink a lengthy conventional travel guide down to an information only guide and make it into a super-compact size for three reasons:
1. It would work well on mobile devices.
2. It could be delivered to the customer for much less than the $8 to $12 travel guides.
3. It could be offered as a new kind of travel guide for people who don’t have time to read 80-100 pages on a tiny screen.
This guide has been designed to be more of a quick reference tool for your smartphone rather than a conventional travel guide. It provides contact information for popular local attractions. It also includes a good list of restaurants, nightclubs and a bonus section covering breakfast. Everything you need and nothing you don't, and for much less than the other guides.
Carry it with you and use it to plan your trip -or- during your trip.
Enjoy!










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