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Sulz am Neckar (Baden-Wurttemberg)

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Sulz am Neckar is a town in the district of Rottweil, in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It is situated on the river Neckar, 22 kilometers north of Rottweil, and 19 kilometers southeast of Freudenstadt. At Sulz a powerline for traction current crosses the Neckar Valley in a large span, which is mounted on two 61 meters tall electricity pylons.
The city lies between black forest and Swabian Alb on half distance between Stuttgart and the Bodensee. It is with a size of 87,60 square kilometers the largest gemeindegebiet in the district Rottweil. The city Sulz is divided into the town center Sulz with its two urban districts Sulz castellet and Sulz Schillerhoehe as well as into the nine local parts Bergfelden, Duerrenmettstetten, Fischingen, smooth, wood living, Hopfau, Muehlheim, Renfrizhausen and Sigmarswangen.

The first settlement traces date from the Celt time, occupied by a set of grave hills and one square-dig. The name of the city owes to its salt springs, which coined the urban history over centuries. The first owners of the saltworks were in the 11th Century. Starting from 1270 the Mr. von Geroldseck prevailed over the city. Due to its many historic events and places it has been one of the favorite destinations of visitors. Today, one can also learn about its history, from its earliest times and gain enthusiasm in its natural beauty and populace.

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