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Ulm is a city in Germany, part of the Bundesland of Baden-Württemberg. Population is slightly above 120000.

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History Ulm was first mentioned in 854, and was declared city by Friedrich Barbarossa[?] in 1164. Ulm blossomed during the 1500s and 1600s, mostly due to the export of Barchent[?]. It was also the high of art in Ulm, especially for painters and sculptors.

In 1803, it ceased to be a "free city" and became part of Bavaria, and 1810 part of the Kingdom of Württemberg[?].


  • The Danube River flows through Ulm. On the other side of the river, there is the city of Neu-Ulm, a lot smaller than Ulm (pop. ~50000).



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