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Galerie Schlichtenmaier was started in 1978 and has emerged as one of the best art galleries in Stuttgart in the following decades. It showcases a good collection of fine art, though the exhibitions sometimes veer more towards contemporary art. The works range from abstract art to the German concept of New Objectivity, while also encompassing everything in between. Near exhaustive works of 19th-century artists like the impressionist painter Adolf Hölzel and typographer Willi Baumeister find a special place here. Works of Ernst Hassebrauk, Karl Hofer, Ida Kerkovius and Rolf-Gunter Dienst have also been showcased. Galerie Schlichtenmaier has helped several artists find expression, especially those struggling to find a balance between abstract art and realism.
Located in the southwestern part of Germany, Baden-Württemberg is a huge state comprising 35 districts and nine independent cities. Situated in it's capital city, the Tourist Board is an official centre that provides information on various destinations across the state. From culinary spots to accommodations, the tourist office not only offers guidance to foreigners, but also helps you book tickets for various tours. Planning a long holiday in Baden-Württemberg? Start by visiting the Esslinger Straße.
Power is built in a bog. Owing to the sponginess of the terrain on which the State Parliament (known as Landtag) stands, it was necessary to ram a large number of concrete pylons into the ground during construction (1959-1961) to ensure that democracy was on a solid footing. A people's guide and information booklet can be ordered from the Parliament for further details.
Replete with stained glass windows, high ceilings and Gothic sculptures Leonhardskirche emanates an old world charm. The facade of the church is magnificent and makes a pretty picture in the Stuttgart-Mitte city area. The detailed sculpture called Kopie der Kreuzigungsgruppe von Hans Seyfer welcomes you at the entrance. Touted as the second oldest church of the city, built in the 15th Century, it plays host to a variety of events and cultural programs.
Der Konzertsaal im Turm at the dynamic Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Stuttgart is one of the prime performing arts venues in the heart of Stuttgart. A well-designed, centrally placed main stage is enveloped by wisely laid out black seating booths that lend a chic appearance to its stately decor. In the past, Der Konzertsaal im Turm has played host to some renowned solo musicians and bands like Freiburger Barockorchester, Daniel Sepec and the famous film music composer Aly Keita.
Metropol Kino is a part of a popular cinema hall chain called Innenstadt Kinos. Counted as one of the top spots in the city to catch up on the latest releases, Metropol Kino has been entertaining audiences since the year 2000. Along with the international flicks and big budget films, it also runs regional and art-based productions. Dolby Digital sound systems combined with high-tech visual infrastructure guarantee a splendid movie watching experience at Metropol.