Stuttgart is one of Germany's largest cities. It covers an area of 207 km2, or about 80 square miles. Its elevation ranges from 207 m (679 ft) at the Neckar river to 549 m (1,801 ft) at Bernhartshohe hill. The city boasts more than 400 flight of stairs and 20 km (12 miles) of staircases, many of which date back to the days when the valley was covered in vineyards. The Main Station is located less than 500 metres (1,640 feet) away from a vast vineyard.
Population and Steets in Stuttgart City
The Jewish community in Stuttgart was not immune to the rising anti-Semitism in Germany, and in 1890 the local organization 'Association for Defence Against Anti-Semitism' was formed. The group included representatives of the State Parliament, the Social Democrat Party's Friedrich Meier, and the Priesthood. The association's members also included both Jewish and non-Jewish residents.
The region surrounding Stuttgart has historically been an important location for innovation and research. In fact, Stuttgart has the second-highest number of Fraunhofer society institutes in Germany. Further, it is the home of the world's first public astronomy observatory. Despite this, Stuttgart is known for its arts and culture. There are plenty of theaters and museums, and the city's renowned arts and culture scene is full of events.