Neckarsulm

Neckarsulm

Neckarsulm [nɛkarzʊlm] is a city in the north of the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, which represents the city of Heilbronn, a continuous built-up area. Its name comes from its location near the mouth of the Sulm into the Neckar. With more than 25,000 inhabitants and around 29,500 jobs Neckarsulm is the biggest and economically most important city of the district Heilbronn and a secondary center in Outer metropolitan region of Stuttgart. Since 1 January 1973 Neckarsulm is large district. Neckarsulm has 771 first mentioned, and received in 1300 the town charter. 1484 the city came to the Teutonic Knights, who ruled over 300 years. The earlier mainly influenced by winegrowing town developed from the late 19th century as an industrial city. She is best known by the company NSU, which was the mid-1950s the largest motorcycle producer in the world and enjoyed great success in motor racing at the same time. The NSU tradition is continued by the Neckarsulm Audi factory, which has more than 14,000 employees the largest employer in the city and the region.

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