Tübingen

Tübingen

Tübingen is a city in southwest Germany and home to one of Europe's oldest universities. In the old town, Stiftskirche St. Georg is a late-Gothic church with stained-glass windows and city views from its tower. The ornately painted 15th-century City Hall is topped with a functioning astronomical clock. Hilltop Hohentübingen Castle is home to the Museum of Ancient Cultures, with Greek, Roman and Egyptian artifacts.

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Wolfgang Metzger

Wolfgang Metzger

German psychologist

Manfred Eggstein

Manfred Eggstein

Georg von Ehingen

Georg von Ehingen

Writer

Friedrich Hölderlin

Friedrich Hölderlin

German poet

Kurt Georg Kiesinger

Kurt Georg Kiesinger

Former Chancellor of Germany

Johannes von Kuhn

Johannes von Kuhn

Julius Lothar Meyer

Julius Lothar Meyer

German chemist

Wilhelm Schickard

Wilhelm Schickard

German professor

Adolf Daimler

Adolf Daimler

Industrialist

Ernst Bloch

Ernst Bloch

Philosopher

Hans Sahl

Hans Sahl

Poet

Ludwig Uhland

Ludwig Uhland

German author

Walther Kossel

Walther Kossel

German physicist

Hans Rothfels

Hans Rothfels

Historian

Helmut Palmer

Helmut Palmer

German politician

Walter Jens

Walter Jens

German historian

Josephine Lang

Josephine Lang

German composer

Ernst Käsemann

Ernst Käsemann

Theologian

Richard Wilhelm

Richard Wilhelm

German theologian

Rudolf Jakob Camerarius

Rudolf Jakob Camerarius

German botanist

Heinrich Vollmer

Heinrich Vollmer

German innovator

Christoph von Sigwart

Christoph von Sigwart

German philosopher

John George III, Elector of Saxony

John George III, Elector of Saxony

Richard Ruoff

Richard Ruoff

General

Eduard Spranger

Eduard Spranger

German philosopher

Heinrich von Stietencron

Heinrich von Stietencron

German indologist

Volker Rittberger

Volker Rittberger

Author

Hermann-Eberhard Wildermuth

Hermann-Eberhard Wildermuth

German Politician

Hermann Kurz

Hermann Kurz

German poet

Archduchess Helena of Austria

Archduchess Helena of Austria

RobertAlexander Bohnke

RobertAlexander Bohnke

German pianist

Friedrich Tenbruck

Friedrich Tenbruck

Sociologist

Hugo von Mohl

Hugo von Mohl

German botanist

Philipp Friedrich Gmelin

Philipp Friedrich Gmelin

Professor

Johann Georg Gmelin

Johann Georg Gmelin

German naturalist

Jakob Meisenheimer

Jakob Meisenheimer

German chemist

Primož Trubar

Primož Trubar

Slovene author

Johann Friedrich Flatt

Johann Friedrich Flatt

German theologian

Georg Dehio

Georg Dehio

German art historian

Jakob Schegk

Jakob Schegk

German philosopher

Georg Balthasar Metzger

Georg Balthasar Metzger

German physician

Wilhelm Schlenk

Wilhelm Schlenk

German chemist

Eberhard I, Duke of Württemberg

Eberhard I, Duke of Württemberg

John George II, Elector of Saxony

John George II, Elector of Saxony

Herbert Wilhelmy

Herbert Wilhelmy

German geographer

Walter Friedrich Otto

Walter Friedrich Otto

Wilhelm Weinberg

Wilhelm Weinberg

Eugenio Coșeriu

Eugenio Coșeriu

Linguist

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