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(German ˈbaːdənˈvyrtəmbɛrk)
(Placename) a state of SW Germany. Capital: Stuttgart. Pop: 53 938 (2003 est). Area: 35 742 sq km (13 800 sq miles)


(ˌbɑd nˈvürt əmˌbɛrk)

a state in SW Germany. 10,272,069; 13,800 sq. mi. (35,751 sq. km). Cap.: Stuttgart.
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Das Reallabor 131 ist institutionell am KIT-Zentrum Mensch und Technik verortet und wird vom Ministerium fur Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst Baden-Wurttemberg (MWK) finanziert.
Over 30 officers raided several shelters in Nagold and Wildberg towns in Baden-Wurttemberg state in southwestern Germany.
The group is from the Europa Zentrum Baden-Wurttemberg, which studies European Integration issues and provides information on European integration to local government and other agencies in the state of Baden-Wurttemberg.
His words led to attempts to dismiss him and to a split in the Baden-Wurttemberg party faction.
1879: Albert Einstein (pictured), physicist and mathematician, was born in Ulm, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany.
He belongs to the Association of German Writers (VS) and PEN International, co-owns Klopfer & Meyer Publishing in Tubingen, and holds the Bad Homburg Holderlinpreis, Hermann-Lenz-Stiftungpreis, and Baden-Wurttemberg Staufer Medal.
Since 1985, the Baden-Wurttemberg innovation award has celebrated medium-sized companies in the region who have developed outstanding technological innovations in the fields of industry, trade, and technological services.
Wertheim's Lord Mayor Stefan Mikulicz called the government of Baden-Wurttemberg to support the city in its efforts to host the refugees, expressing his utter shock towards the incident.
The delegations from two German states will visit Iran to introduce their industrial capabilities," he told Shana on the sidelines of the visit by Minister of Finance and Economics of Germany's Baden-Wurttemberg state Nils Schmid who is heading a 68-member team of officials and corporate representatives, shana reported.
1879: Albert Einstein, physicist and mathematician, was born in Ulm, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany.
In 2000, Metz was awarded the "Wirtschaftsmedaille," a medal in recognition of his services to commerce in the Baden-Wurttemberg region.
The Honorary Consul of Sri Lanka for Baden-Wurttemberg, Mr.