About Bad Wurzach
Bad Wurzach is the only mud spa town in the region of Baden-Württemberg, the largest of Germany’s 16 federal states. Founded in 1333, it is situated 40 miles from Lake Constance and the border with Switzerland. 1950 the state government conferred the title Bad, making the town an official spa treatment destination. The spa facilities offer modern comfort of the highest standard and the sub-alpine climate – the altitude is from 2,100 to 2,600 feet – also aids recuperation.
Bad Wurzach lies on the edge of the Wurzach marshes nature conservation area; the largest continuous and still intact highland marsh in central Europe, formed more than 10,000 years ago by the evaporation of an Ice Age glacial lake.
Mayor:- Roland Burkle
Area:- 182.26 km2 (70.37 sq mi)
Elevation:- 654 m (2146 ft)
Population:- 14,493 (31 December 2006)
Density:- 80 /km2 (206 /sq mi)
Time Zone:- CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Licence Plate:- RV
Postal Code:- 88410
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