Radolfzell facts for kids
|Mayor||Jörg Schmidt (SPD)|
|Area||58.58 km2 (22.62 sq mi)|
|Elevation||398 m (1306 ft)|
|Population||30,092 (1 January 2004)|
|- Density||514 /km2 (1,330 /sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)|
|Location of Radolfzell within Konstanz district|
Radolfzell am Bodensee is a town in Germany at the western end of Lake Constance approximately 18 km northwest of Konstanz. It is the third largest town, after Constance and Singen, in the district of Konstanz, in Baden-Württemberg.
Radolfzell is a well known health care city (Mettnau) and an important railway junction of the Upper Rhine Railway and the Hegau-Ablach Valley Railway (leading to the Bodenseegürtel Railway). In 1990 Radolfzell was named the Federal Environment Capital City of Germany.
Following cities and municipalities border on the city Radolfzell at the Bodensee. They are called in the clockwise direction beginning in the southwest: Moos (at the Bodensee), Singen (Hohentwiel), Steisslingen, Orsingen, Nenzingen(all district Konstanz).
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Radolfzell View from Höri
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