Neustadt an der Weinstrasse

Neustadt an der Weinstrasse

(noi`shtät än dĕr vīn`shträsə), city (1994 pop. 53,782), Rhineland-Palatinate, SW Germany; chartered 1275. It is the center of the Rhenish Palatinate wine trade; manufactures include metal products, paper, and processed foods. The city is also a tourist center. The city is also known as Neustadt an der Haardt.
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Every September, a German "Wine Queen" is crowned from among the 13 regional winners in Neustadt an der Weinstrasse. This year, however, the contest has been moved to Mainz, marking the 200th anniversary of the Rhine-Hesse region. 
This year's celebrations on the July 19 and 20 are themed as 'A Cultural Tour' featuring entertainment and activities based on Lincoln's twin towns: Neustadt an der Weinstrasse in Germany; Port Lincoln, Australia; Tangshan, China; and Rodomsko, Poland.
Second place went to the Globus SB-Warenhaus in Neustadt an der Weinstrasse, and the third place winner was the Famila-Markt in Kiel.
Running since 1982 after being modelled on a similar German event in Neustadt an der Weinstrasse, Lincoln's twin town; Lincoln Market runs against the breathtaking back-drop of the city's cathedral and castle, and is now claimed to be the biggest in Europe.
Fischer of the State Agricultural College and Research Center in Neustadt an der Weinstrasse, Germany.