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'''Große Kreisstadt''' is the ([[German language|German]] term for a ''major district town'') is a designation for towns in [[Germany]] with some greater significance despite its rather small size as measured by [[population]]. It is used for [[town]]s which are administration centers in their area. These district towns mostly have around 40,000 inhabitants, in [[Baden-Wurttemberg]] only 20,000.
 
==Administration rules==