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The town walls surrounding the new town were completed about 1290.During this era, three Roman Catholic orders established their convents in town (the Franciscan order established their domicile within the town wall at present-day Barfuesserkirche (the choir of which remains), the Dominican sisters order established their domicile outside the walls of the old town near Auer Bridge, and the Prediger cloister was located east of the Schlossberg, probably inside the town walls).With an area of 97.8 km (38 sq mi), it is situated between the cities of Stuttgart and Karlsruhe at the confluence of three rivers (Enz, Nagold and Würm).It marks the frontier between Baden and Württemberg, being located on Baden territory.From then on, over an extended period of time, historical records about the settlement were not available.13th/14th century: Pforzheim enjoyed its first period of flourishing. They developed the financial markets of those days.Since 90: A settlement was established by Roman citizens at the Enz River near the modern Altstädter Brücke (old town bridge).
259/260: The Roman settlement 'Portus' was destroyed completely, as the Frank and Alemanni tribes overran the Upper Germanic Limes border line of the Roman Empire and conquered the Roman administered area west of the Rhine River.) is a city of nearly 120,000 inhabitants in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg, in the southwest of Germany.It is known for its jewelry and watch-making industry, and as such has gained the nickname "Goldstadt" ("Golden City").Due to its location, this city is also called the "three-valleys town" (Drei-Täler Stadt) or the "Gateway to the Black Forest" (Pforte zum Schwarzwald / Porta Hercynia).
Pforzheim and its surrounding area belongs to the "Densely Populated Area Karlsruhe/Pforzheim".
Below they are mentioned in clockwise order, beginning to the north of the city.