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List of districts of Stuttgart
Height : 210- 409  m above sea level. NHN
Population density : 4,054 inhabitants per km²
Postal code : 70174, 70191, 70192
Area code : 0711
Address of the
Citizens' Office North:
Rosensteinstrasse 24
70191 Stuttgart
District Head: Sabine Mezger ( CDU )
Borough Residents
(as of 05/2020)
No. district
Stuttgart-North 27,629 681.5 ha
121 Relenberg 5,914 79.4 ha
122 Lenzhalde 2,604 125 ha
123 At the Bismarck Tower 421 38.2 ha
124 Killesberg 1,904 98.2 ha
125 Weissenhof 2,830 72.8 ha
126 North Station 1,303 49.3 ha
127 At the Prague cemetery 1,692 40.1 ha
128 At Rosensteinpark - -dep1
129 On the Prague 5,521 82.7 ha
130 Mönchhalde 2,738 67.7 ha
131 Heilbronner Strasse 2,702 28.1 ha
128 Am Rosensteinpark is included in 129 Auf der Prag
Source: Stuttgart data compass

Coordinates: 48 ° 48 '  N , 9 ° 11'  E

Stuttgart-Nord is one of the five inner city ​​districts of the Baden-Württemberg state capital Stuttgart .


Stuttgart-Nord extends from the Doggenburg to the highest point, the Gähkopf (409 m above sea level) with the Bismarck tower , over the Killesberg and Pragsattel to Rosensteinpark and Pragfriedhof . The Pragsattel lies at the lowest point of a ridge from the Killesberg to the Burgholzhof .

There are numerous good residential areas and vantage points of downtown Stuttgart in Stuttgart-Nord. These include the high-altitude and half- height streets such as: Am Bismarck Tower, Am Gähkopf, Cäsar-Flaischlen-Straße, Eduard-Pfeiffer-Straße, Feuerbacher Heide , Lenzhalde, Robert-Bosch-Straße and Schottstraße.


The city district was created in 1956 when the state capital was divided into city districts. At first it only consisted of the 7000 Stuttgart-Nord district of the same name. The western border runs from the Doggenburg along the Herdweg, the eastern border on Feuerbacher Weg, Weißenhof and Killesberg .

When the Stuttgart districts were reorganized on January 1, 2001, the district was divided into 11 districts. They are called Am Bismarck Tower, Am Pragfriedhof, Am Rosensteinpark, Auf der Prag , Heilbronner Straße, Killesberg, Lenzhalde, Mönchhalde, Nordbahnhof, Relenberg and Weißenhof.


Local election 2014
Gains and losses
compared to 2009
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The results of the municipal council elections in the city districts are decisive for the number of seats of the parties in the district councils. The local election on May 25, 2014 resulted in the proportions of votes shown in the diagram opposite and the following distribution of the 13 seats of the district advisory council:

Sabine Mezger is the honorary district head of the Stuttgart-Nord district.



On Pragsattel the cross highways 10 , 27 and 295 . It is also the junction and transfer point of the light rail lines from Stuttgart-Mitte and Bad Cannstatt to the northern districts of Feuerbach , Zuffenhausen , Weilimdorf , Stammheim and the neighboring town of Gerlingen .

The SSB bus lines 43 and 44 connect the district with the city ​​center .

Urban facilities

freetime and sports

Culture and sights


In Stuttgart-Nord there are two public high schools ( Eberhard-Ludwigs-Gymnasium , Hölderlin-Gymnasium ), three public primary schools (primary school in sunny Winkel, Mühlbachhof school, Prague school), the public primary and secondary school Rosenstein school, two public industrial schools (Steinbeis school, Werner Siemens School), a university: the State Academy of Fine Arts Stuttgart , the public commercial school Stuttgart-Nord and a public school kindergarten for children and young people with several disabilities. The Waldorf School at the Kräherwald is also located in Stuttgart-North.

Theaters and museums



Prague cemetery

The Pragfriedhof, opened in 1873, is located south of the Pragsattel on Heilbronner Straße. With 20 hectares, it is one of the largest cemeteries in Stuttgart. From 1905 to 1907 the Art Nouveau celebration hall, the only crematorium in Stuttgart, was built.

Celebrations / events

  • Festival of lights on the Killesberg


Web links

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