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- Heilbronn is a major commercial and cultural center.
- Heilbronn is a city in northern Baden-W-rttemberg, Germany, near Stuttgart.
- Heilbronn is a former imperial city, surrounded by vineyards and situated on the Castle Road.
- Heilbronn is a port on the Neckar River.
- Heilbronn is a district ( Kreis) in the north of Baden-W--rttemberg, Germany.
- It was made of red Heilbronn sandstone.
- At first Heilbronn was governed by a regal advocate and an executor.
- The catastrophe for Heilbronn was the bombing raid on December 4, 1944.
- In 1225 Heilbronn was incorporated into the Hohenstaufen Empire as oppidum Heilecbrunnen.
- For Heilbronn a small shield with the letters H and B was used until 1556.
- As all free Imperial cities Heilbronn used the Imperial Eagle in its seals.
- This is how Heilbronn together with other formerly Imperial Free Cities became part of W--rttemberg in 1803.
- In 1631 Heilbronn was occupied by imperial troops but the same year the Swedes succeeded in conquering the city.
- Now Heilbronn needed to answer only to the Emperor and as such was an Imperial Free City.
- The city limits of present-day Heilbronn contain many sites of Bronze Age finds.
- As an Imperial Free City Heilbronn kept seeing itself threatened by the ambitious house of Wirtemberg (later, W--rttemberg).
- On September 9, 1802 the city of Heilbronn lost its status as Imperial Free City when the troops of Duke Frederick I of W--rttemberg marched into town.
- Tsar Alexander I of Russia met in Heilbronn with the Baltic Baroness Juliane von Kr--dener who talked him into founding the " Holy Alliance ".
- From 1644 through 1647, Heilbronn was again part of the Holy Roman Empire, but then French troops moved in and later those of the Palatinate.
- According to State municipal laws, Heilbronn's flag was grandfathered as it had been in use prior to 1935.
- Heilbronn district leader of the NSDAP had been Richard Drauz since 1932 who had been born into a respected Heilbronn family.
- Heilbronn became the seat of an Oberamt (district), and the four Imperial Free villages became separate communities within the district.
- As the result of a district reform on October 1, 1938 Heilbronn became seat of the newly created Heilbronn County and regained independent city status.
- Jehovah's Witnesses built a first meeting room in Heilbronn in 1953 and many more have been added since then.
- As well a these new lines, additional stops will also be built in the inner city of Heilbronn.
- In the 1980s, Heilbronn hosted two major events ( Heimatttage and Landesgartenschau) staged by the State of Baden-W--rttemberg.
- For State elections to the Landtag of Baden-W--rttemberg Heilbronn makes up an electoral district (District 18) together with Erlenbach.
- This district-free city is completely surrounded by the district Heilbronn.
- It is completely surrounded by Heilbronn County and with approximately 120,000 residents, it is the sixth-largest city in Baden-W--rttemberg.
- After the demise of the Staufers King Rudolf I returned city status to Heilbronn in 1281 and installed a regal advocate to rule the city.
- The Age of Enlightenment brought Heilbronn freedom of religion.
- The eagle is the symbol for the imperial freedom enjoyed by Heilbronn until it was annexed by the Grand Duchy (and later Kingdom) of W--rttemberg.
- In the industrial part of Heilbronn the EnBW AG runs a large powerplant that is powered with coal.
- South of the steam power plant is located the conveyor tower of the S--dwestdeutsche Salzwerke AG (SWS). The SWS runs a salt mine in the Heilbronn area.
- As a result, many of the larger companies opened locations in Heilbronn.
- On July 28, 1935, the port was opened in a canal off the Neckar and 1936 saw the Autobahn between Heilbronn and Stuttgart completed.
- Heilbronn is made up of ten boroughs.
- After the municipal elections of June 13, 2004 the city council of Heilbronn was made up of 40 seats.
- G--tz von Berlichingen spent three years in "knightly custody" in Heilbronn starting in 1519 and even spent a night in the tower of the bastion.
- Starting in 1942, the salt mines in and around Heilbronn were used to store art and artifacts from Germany, France and Italy.
- Heilbronn is located in the northern corner of the Neckar basin at the bottom of the Wartberg (308 m).
- Heilbronn ( IPA: [ha--l--b----n]) is a city in northern Baden-W--rttemberg, Germany.
- In 1998 Heilbronn was connected to the S-Bahn net with Karlsruhe.
- Although Heilbronn does not benefit from the Deutsche Bahn long-distance service the city is well connected by train.
- During the 18th century the citizens of Heilbronn witnessed a boom.
- After almost a century of economic boom and growth of the local industry Heilbronn's citizenry included a lot of labourers.
- The hotel Arkade resides just 5 minutes away from the city centre of Heilbronn and the shopping precinct.
- Economy and infrastructure were booming in W--rttemberg and Heilbronn was at the logistic centre of it all.
- To this day Protestants are in the majority in Heilbronn.
- Viticulture has a long tradition in Heilbronn and is an important part of its economy to this day.
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