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  1. Stuttgart - Wikipedia

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    5 days ago · Etymology. Stuttgart, often nicknamed the "Schwabenmetropole" (English: Swabian metropolis) in reference to its location in the centre of Swabia and the local dialect spoken by the native Swabians, has its etymological roots in the Old High German word Stuotgarten, or "stud farm", because the city was founded in 950 AD by Duke Liudolf of Swabia to breed warhorses.

    • 245 m (804 ft)
    • Germany
  2. Harz granite - Wikipedia

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    May 09, 2021 · Harz granite (German: Harzer Granit, pronounced [ˌhaːɐ̯tsɐ gʁaˈniːt]) is found in the Harz Mountains of central Germany. It may be divided into five types, all of which were widely used as natural stone: Knaupsholz granite, Birkenkopf granite, Wurmberg granite, Königskopf granite and Ilsestein granite.

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