Map Baden-Württemberg contains nine additional independent cities not belonging to any district: Code City (Stadtkreise) Area(km2) Population Region (Regierungs-bezirk) 1997 2007 2017 A Baden-Baden 140. 18 52, 672 54, 853 54, 718 Karlsruhe B Freiburg im Breisgau 153. 06 200, 519 219, 430 229, 636 Freiburg C Heidelberg 108. 83 139, 941 145, 311 160, 601 D Heilbronn 99. 88 120, 987 121, 627 125, 113 Stuttgart E 173. 46 276, 571 288, 917 311, 919 F Mannheim 144. 96 310, 475 309, 795 307, 997 G Pforzheim 98. 02 118, 079 119, 423 124, 289 H 207.
Baden-Württemberg also contains Europa-Park in Rust. The largest theme park in Germany, and the second most popular theme park in Europe, after Disneyland Paris.  Companies owned by Baden-Württemberg Company Industry Percentage owned Source EnBW Energy industry 45%  Badische Staatsbrauerei Rothaus Beverage industry 100% Education Baden-Württemberg is home to some of the oldest, most renowned, and prestigious universities in Germany, such as the universities of Heidelberg (founded in 1386, the oldest university within the territory of modern Germany), Freiburg (founded in 1457), and Tübingen (founded in 1477).
In central and southern Württemberg, the Alemannic dialect of Swabian is spoken (slightly differing even within the area, e. g., between Upper Swabia, the Swabian Alb, and the central Neckar Valley of the Stuttgart region). In South Baden, the local dialects are Low Alemannic and High Alemannic (i. e., variants of what is also Swiss German). In the northern part of Baden, i. e., the area around Karlsruhe, Heilbronn and Mosbach, South Franconian dialects are predominant. In the Kurpfalz, however, with the cities of Heidelberg and Mannheim, the idiom is Rhine Franconian (i. e., Palatinate German), while in the Northeast of Baden-Württemberg East Franconian is spoken.
However, because of heavy losses for the Social Democrats, they had to form a grand coalition government with their adversaries from the Christian Democrats. From 1992 to 2001, the Republican party held seats in the Landtag.  Most recent election results Party Votes% Swing Seats +/– 1st 2nd Total Alliance 90/The Greens (GRÜNE) 1, 586, 192 32. 6 2. 3 58 0 11 Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU) 1, 168, 975 24. 1 2. 9 12 30 42 Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) 535, 489 11.
These states had just been artificially created by the Allies after World War II out of the existing traditional states Baden and Württemberg by their separation over different occupation zones. Baden-Württemberg is especially known for its strong economy with various industries like car manufacturing, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, the service sector, and more.  It has the third-highest gross regional product (GRP) in Germany. Part of the Four Motors for Europe, some of the largest German companies are headquartered in Baden-Württemberg, including Mercedes-Benz Group, Schwarz Group, Porsche, Bosch and SAP. The sobriquet Ländle (a diminutive of the word "Land" in the local Swabian, Alemannic and Franconian dialects) is sometimes used as a synonym for Baden-Württemberg.
42%19809, 258, 947+0. 40%19909, 822, 027+0. 59%200010, 524, 415+0. 69%201010, 753, 880+0. 22%201811, 069, 533+0. 36%Source: The population of Baden-Württemberg was 10, 486, 660 in 2014, of which 5, 354, 105 were female and 5, 132, 555 male. In 2006, the birth rate of 8. 61 per 1000 was almost equal to the death rate of 8. 60 per 1000. 14.
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As of 2013, almost 28% of its population had a migration background as defined by the Federal Statistical Office of Germany; this number clearly surpassed the German average of 21% and was higher than in any other German state with the exception of the city states of Hamburg and Bremen.  As of 2014, 9, 355, 239 of the population held German citizenship, whereas 1, 131, 421 were foreign nationals.  Largest cities or towns in Baden-Württembergwww. statistik.
baden-wuerttemberg. de Rank Regierungsbezirk Pop. StuttgartKarlsruhe 1 Stuttgart (region) 633, 164 MannheimFreiburg im Breisgau 2 Karlsruhe (region) 311, 484 3 308, 763 4 Freiburg (region) 229, 341 5 160, 196 Tübingen (region) 125, 805 7 125, 599 8 125, 108 9 Reutlingen 115, 877 10 Esslingen am Neckar 93, 304 Vital statistics  Religion Northern and most of central Württemberg has been traditionally Protestant (particularly Lutheran) since the Reformation in 1534 (with its centre at the famous Tübinger Stift).
Pforzheim University is one of the oldest Fachhochschulen in Germany which is renowned and highly ranked for its Engineering and MBA programs. The state has the highest density of universities of any state in Germany.  Transport Railway Demographics Historical populationYearPop. ±% p. a. 18713, 349, 409— 19004, 107, 325+0. 71%19335, 185, 618+0. 71%19506, 430, 225+1. 27%19607, 726, 859+1. 85%19708, 895, 048+1.
The former Electorate of the Palatinate (Northwestern Baden) with its capital Heidelberg was shaped by Calvinism before being integrated into Baden. Upper Swabia, and the Upper Neckar Valley up to the bishop seat of Rottenburg, and Southern Baden (the Catholic archbishop has its seat in Freiburg) have traditionally been bastions of Roman Catholicism. Catholics have a very narrow plurality in the state, with 6% of the population adhering to Islam and 24% of the population disclaiming any religion or adhering to other faiths. Sports This section needs expansion.
The importance of the precision mechanics industry also extends beyond the region's borders, as does that of the optical, clock making, toy, metallurgy and electronics industries. The textile industry, which formerly dominated much of the region, has disappeared from Baden-Württemberg. Research and development (R&D) is funded jointly by the state and industry. In 2001, more than a fifth of the 100, 000 or so persons working in R&D in Germany were located in Baden-Württemberg, most of them in the Stuttgart area.  Baden-Württemberg is also the region with the highest GDP of the Four Motors for Europe.
2 7. 0 6. 3 4. 1 5. 1 4. 0 3. 9 3. 8 3. 5 Tourism Baden-Württemberg is a popular holiday destination. Main sights include the capital and biggest city, Stuttgart, modern and historical at the same time, with its urban architecture and atmosphere (and famously, its inner-city parks and historic Wilhelma zoo), its castles (such as Castle Solitude), its (car and art) museums as well as a rich cultural programme (theatre, opera) and mineral spring baths in Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt (also the site of a Roman Castra); it is the only major city in Germany with vineyards in an urban territory. The residential (court) towns of Ludwigsburg and Karlsruhe, the spas and casino of luxurious Baden-Baden, the medieval architecture of Ulm (Ulm Münster is the tallest church in the world), the vibrant, young, but traditional university towns of Heidelberg and Tübingen with their old castles looking out above the river Neckar, are popular smaller towns.
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It also contains three of the eleven German 'excellence universities' (Heidelberg, Tübingen, and Konstanz and formerly, Freiburg and Karlsruhe). Other university towns are Mannheim and Ulm. Furthermore, two universities are located in the state capital Stuttgart, the University of Hohenheim, and the University of Stuttgart. Ludwigsburg is home to the renowned national film school Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg (Film Academy Baden-Wuerttemberg). The private International University in Germany was situated in Bruchsal, but closed in 2009. Another private university is located in Friedrichshafen, Zeppelin University.
87 per cent of the population was under the age of 15, whereas the proportion of people aged 65 and older was at 18. 99 per cent (2008). The dependency ratio–the ratio of people aged under 15 and over 64 in comparison to the working-age population (aged 15–64)–was 512 per 1000 (2008). In 2018, Baden-Württemberg ranked 2 on the Human Development Index (HDI) among all states in Germany, after Hamburg. With an average life expectancy of 79. 8 years for men and 84. 2 years for women (2017–2019 life table), Baden-Württemberg ranks first in this category among all states in Germany for both sexes.  Baden-Württemberg has long been a preferred destination of immigrants.
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Furthermore, there are more than a dozen Fachhochschulen, i. e., universities of applied sciences, as well as Pädagogische Hochschulen, i. e., teacher training colleges, and other institutions of tertiary education in Baden-Württemberg. (a. o. in Aalen, Biberach an der Riss, Esslingen, Karlsruhe, Ludwigsburg, Nürtingen, Pforzheim, Ravensburg-Weingarten, Reutlingen, several in Stuttgart, Schwäbisch Hall).
You can help by adding to it. (January 2021) Football is the biggest sport in Baden-Württemberg. Clubs currently competing in the Bundesliga include SC Freiburg, TSG 1899 Hoffenheim and the most successful club in the state, VfB Stuttgart, meanwhile Karlsruher SC, 1. FC Heidenheim, SV Sandhausen and Waldhof Mannheim also compete in the top three German soccer divisions. There are also multiple motorsport facilities, the most famous one being long-time Formula One circuit Hockenheimring. Compared to other German states, Baden-Württemberg has a particularly high density of professional basketball teams such as Riesen Ludwigsburg, ratiopharm Ulm, USC Heidelberg, PS Karlsruhe Lions and others. Dialects Two dialect groups of German are spoken in Baden-Württemberg in various variants: Alemannic and Franconian dialects.
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