|Coordinates: 48°0′24″N 9°39′31″E / 48.00667°N 9.65861°ECoordinates: 48°0′24″N 9°39′31″E / 48.00667°N 9.65861°E|
|• Mayor||Achim Deinet|
|• Total||55.02 km2 (21.24 sq mi)|
|• Density||160/km2 (400/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)|
It lies on the Upper Swabian Baroque Route. Schussenried Abbey, a former monastery founded in 1183, is located in Bad Schussenried. Its church and baroque library feature impressive architecture and artwork, including intricate ceiling frescoes.
Bad Schussenried has about 10,000 inhabitants. Oswald Metzger, a former Green party, now Christian democratic politician and cyclist Rolf Gölz, who won a silver medal in the 1984 Summer Olympics, are from Bad Schussenried. The world champion women trick cyclists are also from Bad Schussenried.
World heritage site
Sons and daughters of the town
- Johann Baptist Allgaier (1763-1823), chess player
- Rolf Gölz (born 1962), professional cyclist and , sporting director of racing team Gerolsteiner
Personalities who have worked locally
- Conradin Kreutzer (1780-1849), composer and band leader, visited the monastery school in Schussenried
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