Welcome to Nagold, a picturesque town situated in southwestern Germany, on the edge of the Northern Black Forest. This charming town is located in the Landkreis (district) of Calw, in the state of Baden-Württemberg. Nagold is known for its ruined castle, Hohennagold Castle, and for its road viaduct. It takes its name from the river Nagold, which flows through the town. Nagold has a beautiful city centre where half-timbered houses and modern architecture meet each other. The town’s history dates back to the Stone Age, with traces of human occupation from the Hallstatt culture. The Celts were in the Nagold basin by the 6th and 5th centuries BCE, and were responsible for naming the river Nagold, meaning flowing stretch of water. In the 1st century, the Romans established two settlements in the basin, one of which was discovered during the construction of Remigiuskirche in the 7th century. In the 13th century, Pfalzgraf Rudolf von Tübingen established Nagold as a city to protect his holdings in the northern Black Forest. Nagold became the administrative center of the region from Bondorf to Kniebis. Over the years, Nagold has seen its share of struggles, including the Plague in the 14th century and devastating fires in the 19th century. Despite these challenges, Nagold has emerged as a vibrant town with a rich cultural heritage and strong community spirit. Today, Nagold offers visitors a chance to experience the best of Germany, with its charming architecture, beautiful landscapes, and warm hospitality. Don’t miss the chance to explore this hidden gem of southwestern Germany!