Baden-Wurttemberg is a state found in the nation of Germany. Home to 10,486,660 people, it is the 3rd largest division in Germany in terms of population.
Baden-Wurttemberg gained its current status as a state in the year 1952. The government of Baden-Wurttemberg is lead by Winfried Kretschmann and is based in the state capital of Stuttgart (Population: 589,793).
The most populous cities in Baden-Wurttemberg are: Stuttgart (Population: 589,793), Mannheim (Population: 307,960), Karlsruhe (Population: 283,799), Freiburg (Population: 215,966), Heidelberg (Population: 143,345).
Baden-Wurttemberg State - Quick Facts
|Year of Establishment||1952|
|Capital||Stuttgart (Population: 589,793)|
|Head of Government||Winfried Kretschmann|
|Total Area||35,752 sq km (13,804 sq miles)|
|Population Density||293.3 sq km (759.7 sq miles)|
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