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Where is Ulm in Germany?

Ulm is a city in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, located on the Danube River. The nearby major cities are Augsburg, which is about 70 kilometers to the southeast, Munich, which is 130 kilometers away, and Stuttgart, which is about 100 kilometers to the northwest. Ulm is the cultural and commercial center of this region together with Neu-Ulm in Bavaria across the bank. It is also the hometown of German-American physicist Albert Einstein.

Geographical Location
Ulm is located at the entrance of the Ile and Blau rivers into the Danube, with the Swabian Mountains to the west and the mountains to the north of the city. Most districts of Ulm are located to the west of the Danube, and only three districts are located to the east of the Danube.

On the Baden-Württemberg side, Ulm is surrounded by Alp-Donau on three sides, and on the Bayern side Ulm and Neu-Ulm are across the river.

Introduction
Ulm, a city located in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, is about 100 kilometers from Stuttgart in the northwest and 180 kilometers from Munich in the southeast. The population is about 120,000 (2005) and the area is about 118 square kilometers. Ulm is one of the strongest and most competitive regions in Europe, and is regarded as the most innovative region in the European Union in terms of industry, high technology and scientific research.

The nearby major cities are Augsburg, which is about 70 kilometers to the southeast, Munich, which is 130 kilometers away, and Stuttgart, which is about 100 kilometers to the northwest. Ulm is the cultural and commercial center of this region along with Neu-Ulm in Bavaria across the bank.

Einstein’s hometown was here. 1879 was a very important day for Ulm. Einstein, who turned the entire astrophysics world, was born here. Today, the relics related to Einstein have become tourist attractions. Although his former residence no longer exists, the location is still marked with a red line, and a memorial image of Einstein is erected on it.

The adult education center in the city was also named the Einstein Building. One of the most talked about by tourists is the Einstein Fountain. The sculpture uses the famous grimace of the master to represent his theory of relativity; the wall opposite the fountain is inlaid with a large stone to represent his surname (Einstein means a stone in German). The whole design is very humorous. To pursue more things related to him, the Ai Shi birth paper of the city hall can prove that he is a Ulm “product” like a fake replacement.

In addition, the cathedral deliberately abandoned traditional religious motifs, and special large glass was inlaid with Einstein’s portrait and abstract images representing his theory. There are also Einstein chocolates and coffee cups from the old coffee shop Troglen.

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