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Heilbronn is the sixth biggest city in the Federal State of Baden-Wuerttemburg. The city, situated on the Neckar, is particularly well known for its operational viniculture and constitutes the economic, cultural and administrative centre of the Heilbronn-Franconia region. With approximately 530 hectares of vine cultivation, Heilbronn is but the third biggest wine-growing municipality in Wuerttemburg. Situated wonderfully between vineyards, Heilbronn contains, along with its viniculture, all kinds of museums and theatres for the culture-loving visitor, including for example, the German Congregation Cathedral, the Kilian church or the market place.
The major city, Heilbronn, comprises nine city sections. Every one of these sections has its own character, its own town centre and its own cultural life. The image of the city as a whole is shaped so decisively by its sectors, but equally the affiliation to Heilbronn shapes the individual city sector. Some of the most famous people from Heilbronn include Theodor Heuss, Wilhelm Maybach, Eberhard Gmelin, Fritz Ulrich Wilhelm Waiblinger and Victoria Wolff.