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Titisee Neustadt (Baden Wurttemberg)

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Titisee Neustadt is a city in southwest Baden Wurttemberg, in the Freiburg administrative region. The town is a spa known for its Kneipp hydrotherapeutic and curative methods. Furthermore, it is a winter sport centre. The community of Titisee lies on the north shore, 5 kilometers to the east, of Titisee, a lake in the eastern Feldberg in the Black Forest, which ranges from 780 to 1,192 meters above sea level. The town lies on a small river called the Seebach or Lake Brook as it comes in from Feldberg Barental to feed Titisee, as the Gutach or Good Ach as it flows out of the lake, and east of Neustadt, where it becomes a whitewater torrent, as the Wutach or Furious Ach.
Titisee Neustadt is amalgamated into one municipality of the then independent district capital of Neustadt with the communities of Titisee and Rudenberg. In 1973 and 1974, the communities of Langenordnach, Schwarzenbach und Waldau were added to the amalgamation.
Some of Titisee-Neustadt Cultural and Sightseeing attractions are the Titisee Neustadt's highest point, the 1,192 meter high Hochfirst, a peak overlooking the lake on the municipal boundary with Lenzkirch. the Deutsche Uhrenstrasse or German Clock Road, the Die Stadtische Heimatstuben, the Catholic Minister in Neustadt, the Hochfirstschanze ski jump, Germany's biggest jump, also one of the world's biggest, where in 2001 the first World Cup Jump took place, the Hochfirstturm, a tower at the top of the Hochfirst, the Titisee lake, the Naturpark Sudschwarzwald or South Black Forest Nature Park and the Mittelweg hiking trail.
Tourism in Germany has expanded since the end of World War II, and many tourists visit Germany to experience a sense of European history. The countryside exhibits a pastoral aura, while its cities exhibit both a modern and classical feel.

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