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Nagold is a town (21,949 inhabitants end 2016) in southwestern Germany, bordering the Northern Black Forest. It is located in the Landkreis (district) of Calw, in 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.
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After 1 January 1903.