ICS International Congress CenterStuttgart,Germany
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Stuttgart is the capital and largest city of the German state of Baden-Württemberg. It is located on the Neckar river in a fertile valley known locally as the "Stuttgart Cauldron" and lies an hour from the Swabian Jura and the Black Forest. Its area has a population of 634,830, making it the sixth largest city in Germany. 2.8 million people live in the city's administrative region and 5.3 million people in its metropolitan area, making it the fourth largest metropolitan area in Germany. The city and metropolitan area are consistently ranked among the top 20 European metropolitan areas by GDP; Mercer listed Stuttgart as 21st on its 2015 list of cities by quality of living, innovation agency 2thinknow ranked the city 24th globally out of 442 cities and the Globalization and World Cities Research Network ranked the city as a Beta-status global city in their 2014 survey. Stuttgart was one of the host cities for the official tournaments of the 1974 and 2006 FIFA World Cups.
#stuttgart is a famous city in #germany and also capital of the federal province Baden-Wurttemberg. There is car manufacturer nearby so there are many people moved to live here because of their job. The pictures ate from the central square and the park nearby. Also I managed to make a picture from above just before landing at Stuttgart airport. Note that during the winter the place is cold so be prepared.
Stuttgart City Library. Designed by Korean designer Yi Eun-young, the exterior is a nine-story cubic box of concrete and glass bricks. It is very simple and very oriental. It is not easy to adopt the design of an Asian architect in Germany with a profound design and a famous architect.
The most shocking thing is this pure white atrium space, five floors high, sacred and quiet. The bookshelves are displayed in an orderly manner like supermarket shelves. The white external staircase provides up and down traffic, and the space of the Founder is full of fun. The blue seats, the people who read them, are dotted in them. Instead of using artificial lighting, the architects naturally lit through the transparent ceiling, saving energy and making the interior full of warmth.
This library has a library of 500,000 books as a city library, which should not be too much. Another feature of the library is that there is a large rooftop, which can be reached to the rooftop overlooking Stuttgart before 6 pm. Next to the oversized shopping center Milaneo, you can eat and shop
Transport: Metro Ubahn5/6/7/15 to Stadtsbibliothek station, just a few steps away. Or U12 to Budapester Platz.
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Porsche is known for producing high-end luxury sports cars. Its assembly is mostly done by hand, without using an automatic device throughout the assembly process. For a complete overview of Porsche's history, visit the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany. The Chinese interpreter will be provided free of charge at
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, and whether you are a fan or not, you can learn the story behind this old German brand in the time and space.
The Porsche Museum is divided into old and new. The old pavilion has a large number of exhibit vehicles and photos showing the history of the European automotive industry. In addition to the exhibitions on cars, the new hall also includes shops, tourist restaurants, coffee bars and restaurants.
closed on Monday, Tuesday to Sunday: 9:00-18:00
light rail: S6 to Porscheplatz station
self-driving: There is an underground car park from the A81 exit of Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, from 8
The best travel experience is of course related to eating and drinking. Hahaha! I found this "Black Forest Cake" century-old store hidden in the Black Forest. Since its invention, it has become the most popular cake in the world. La!
saying that this wine tastes so strong and heavy! After eating the car, I am afraid to be checked for drunk driving hahahahaha
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#Mercedes-Benz-Museum# , it is not only a classic museum, but also a wonderful building. It is a car temple that is fascinating to you whether you are a fan or not!
Enter the Mercedes Benz Pavilion. When you take the elevator, there will be a distribution guide, you can ask for a Chinese explanation. The museum's elevator will pull you directly to the height of 34 meters above the roof, and then watch it along the gentle slope. When the elevator door opened, it seemed to return to the beginning of the 1886 car myth.
In the order of time, along the corridors that traversed the seven floors, you can experience the legendary legends of the car history over 120 years. The
double helix structure brings a unique "two" tour route setting. The two tour routes will meet at each subsequent floor, so you can change your own at any time in each floor. Scenic route.
The five boutiques in the magical cloister showcases the masterpieces of Mercedes-Benz's epoch-making significance in car manufacturing, including the star-studded cars with rich artistic flavor.
When visiting the 2-3rd floor, it was a floor with the theme of Competition and Recording. Many Formula One racing cars and German cross-country racing cars were exhibited, which made us feast our eyes. Exclaimed, without hesitation, the camera was lifted a few times, and the entire venue expressed the product's excellence and our human dreams.
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I was quite excited when I happened to know that there is a pig museum in Stuttgart, Germany. It is said to be the largest pig museum in the world (probably not at all competitors with the same theme).
This is a three-storey small building with more than 50,000 pigs of different shapes. From piled-up pig stuffed toys, wild boar heads hanging on the wall, to thousands of ceramic pig piggy banks, and even double-headed pig specimens. The museum adheres to the concept of no pigs and does not miss any pig-related things. The pink pig tram parked at the entrance of the museum is the old man who has been in operation for 23 years since Basel, Switzerland.
There is definitely food in the place where there is a pig. The bottom layer of the museum is a restaurant converted from the slaughterhouse of the year, which serves a variety of pork dishes. Chinese people love to laugh at themselves and say that they eat everything, even if it is a dirty pig, it is also a delicious dish for us. In fact, the Germans may use the pigs more carefully than the Chinese. The internal organs, pig blood, and bone marrow will be made into various sausages, which are not wasted, and the pigs have won a place in German culture, German. Da hast Du ja Schwein gehabt! The literal translation is You have a pig!, saying You are very lucky.
The Stuttgart City Library is one of the most beautiful libraries in the world. There is no direct lighting in the whole hall, and the white is also used as the main tone. The museum is designed by the German Korean designer YiEun-young, and its cube structure is inspired by the design. In the Pantheon of ancient Rome, the center of the library has designed a "heart" of a straight structure, which is convenient for multi-floor meetings, and allows natural light to penetrate the roof and be shot into the museum.