Esslingen


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Esslingen

a town in SW Germany, on the River Neckar: Gothic church, medieval buildings: wines, light industry. Pop.: 91 980 (2003 est.)

Esslingen

 

(also Esslingen am Neckar), a city in the Federal Republic of Germany, in the Land (state) of Baden-Württemberg, on the Neckar River. Population, 95,300 (1976). Esslingen has machine tool and electrical engineering industries. It also produces agricultural machinery, textiles, leather goods, paper, furniture, and wine.

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