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Stuttgart is a city in southern Germany, it's featured in German Truck Simulator and Euro Truck Simulator 2.

Stuttgart has been reworked in the update 1.32.

Landmarks Edit

There are six landmarks in Stuttgart: The Heating Plant Stuttgart-Gaisburg, The LBBW-Tower, the Stiftskirche, the Fernmeldeturm Stuttgart, the Fernsehturm Stuttgart and the SWR-Funkhaus.

Features Edit

BCP and LKW have depots in the city, while a TREE-ET mill is to the east.

There's a large Mercedes-Benz truck dealer in the city, which means the service shop is also inside the truck dealer. A bus station, a garage, a hotel and a recruitment agency are also present in Stuttgart. Northwest of the city is also a Stein Bruch quarry, which is part of Stuttgart although it is closer to Mannheim.

Connections Edit

The A8 is the main connection to the city, which runs towards Mannheim or München respectively. At the interchange west of Stuttgart is the A81, running south to Switzerland and north to the A6 towards Nürnberg.

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See also Edit

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