Stuttgart – Towers and figures of gold
Stuttgart – Towers and figures of gold ©Tourismus Marketing GmbH Baden-Württemberg (Achim Mende)

Stuttgart – Baden-Württemberg’s Jewish Center

Jews have lived in Stuttgart ever since the Middle Ages. Today’s Brennerstrasse was the medieval “Judengasse” (Jews’ Lane). In 1931, there were some 5,000 Jews living in Stuttgart, as there are today.

The Stuttgart Synagogue and Jewish Community Center were opened in 1952 on the site of the city’s former synagogue, dating from 1861, that was destroyed on Kristallnacht. The community center also serves as the headquarters of the Jewish community of the state of Baden Württemberg; it contains a prayer room, a religious school, a kindergarten and the center’s Shalom Kosher Restaurant.

The Herbert Gebauer Memorial Stone is at Koenig-Karl-Strasse, the location of the former synagogue of the Cannstatt district. The Memorial for the Victims of the Deportation of Jewish Fellow Citizens is at ‘Am Kochenhof’. There are four Jewish Cemeteries in Stuttgart.

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Mercedes-Benz Museum

Perfect afternoon: A trip to the Mercedes Benz Museum

Hop on the S1 from Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof and 2 stops later thou arrive at the superb museum of automotive giants: Mercedes Benz. Even if you are not a automobile junkie, the Mercedes Museum is a fascinating drive through 125 years of automotive history intertwined with all the key historical events that have marked the evolution of the world’s great car. The museum has curated a great gallery of pictures of key events that have shaped the history of the world that mark the evolution of the car that includes poignant memories like people having a picnic by the autobahn in the 60’s or the empty autobahns of the winter of 1973 when due to oil shortages , a car free Sunday ( 5 of them) was imposed- the images haunt you for hours after you have left the museum. Then there are the stars of the show to say hello to- from Gottlieb Daimler’s motorized carriage, the world’s first 4 wheeled auto mobile to the ‘Gullwing’, the dream car of the 1950’s- the 300 SL Coupe to the machine that set the standard for racing cars: the Mercedes Benz W196 2.5 litre that then world champion, Juan Manuel Fangio powered to victory in the 1954 Formula One race in Reims Combined with the stunning architecture, the Mercedes Benz Museum is a great afternoon for people of all ages and definitely a must-see when visiting Germany.

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