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Karlsruhe: Welcome

City districts

Karls­ru­he's 300,000 inhabi­tants live in 27 city districts. Many of these districts were incor­po­ra­ted into Karlsruhe and are older than the city itself. So the Karlsruhe city area offers a colourful mosaic of village and city life. The city centre is charac­te­ri­sed by its famous fan-shaped outline dating from its baroque founding period and the classicist strictness of Friedrich Weinbren­ner's buildings. They all have one thing in common: Each city district has its own history and parti­cu­la­ri­ties. Together they shape the face of the city of Karlsruhe.


 The city centre

The city centre

The city centre is the heart of the city. It is charac­te­ri­sed by its fan-shaped structure and is the centre of adminis­tra­tion, autho­ri­ties, science, culture and leisure activities.

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 The west

The west

The districts Daxlanden, Grünwinkel, Mühlburg, Oberreut and Weststadt are located in the western part of the city.

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The east

The districts Durlach, Grötzingen, Hagsfeld, Oststadt and Rintheim are located in the eastern part of the city.

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 Nordstadtbahn (tram line leading to the northern part of Karlsruhe)

The north

The districts Knielingen, Neureut, Nordstadt, Nordwest­stadt and Waldstadt are located in the northern part of the city.

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The south

The districts Beiertheim-Bulach, Rüppurr, Südstadt, Südwest­stadt and Weiherfeld-Dammer­stock are located in the southern part of the city.

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The villages in the hills

The villages in the hills around Karlsruhe form the districts Grünwet­ters­bach, Hohen­wet­ters­bach, Stupferich, Palmbach and Wolfarts­weier.

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