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Tuebingen is a beautiful town in the Tuebingen district, Tuebingen administrative region, Baden Wurttemberg state of Germany. In present, Tuebingen has an area of 108 square kilometers and a population of 88 residents. This city is mostly known as a typical university town. According to historians, the first people settled in the area of Tuebingen in the 12th millennium BC. Romans also lived in the area in the 1st century. The city that is now Tuebingen was settled approximately in the 6th century by the Alamanni. In present, it is twinned with 10 cities from all around the world: Monthey, Aigle and Kilchberg in Switzerland, Aix en Provence and Kingersheim in France, Ann Arbor in the USA, Durham in the UK, Petrozavodsk in Russia, Perugia in Italy and Villa El Salvador in Peru.
Top Attractions within Tuebingen
Tuebingen City Center is the central area of the town where Neckar River divides in two streams, thus forming the Neckar Island, a beautiful area with old trees. The island can be reached only by pedestrians thanks to two bridges. In this area you can admire old German houses and enjoy poetry readings and even concerts.
Kunsthalle Tuebingen is the most interesting art museum in town. Paula Zundel and Margarethe Fischer Bosch, the daughters of businessman Robert Bosch opened it in 1971 in the honor of the painter Georg Friedrich Zundel. The museum hosts collections of modern and contemporary art, but also includes a few classics like Picasso, Renoir, Cezanne, Degas and Toulouse Lautrec.
Neckarmuller is a German restaurant located near the city center of Tuebingen, at 4 Garten Strasse. It is perfect for families with children, as it offers a large selection of dishes at moderate prices. It is located on the Neckar River and it offers a great view of Tuebingen.