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  • 1 Kurhaus Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Parkstr. D - 65189 Wiesbaden

    Emperor Wilhelm II described this establishment, built in 1907, as « the most beautiful spa house in the world». The sumptuous interior decoration was restored to its original state in 1987. A walkway, flanked on either side by the theatre colonnades..

  • 2 Parc thermal et installations thermales Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Parkstr. D - 65189 Wiesbaden

    A vast park, laid out in 1852, stretches away to the east behind the spa house. Sonnenberger Strasse and Parkstrasse feature magnificent villas dating from the Gründerzeit.

  • 3 Nerobergbahn Interesting

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Nerobergstr. D - 65193 Wiesbaden

    This cog railway is a monument to technology, still working as well as it did when it was built in 1888. The railway runs up the Neuroberg (245m), Wiesbaden's local mountain.

  • 4 Schloss

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Schlossplatz D - 65183 Wiesbaden

    The former residence of the Dukes of Nassau was built between 1837 and 1841. Today the castle is the seat of the Hesse Provincial Parliament.

  • 5 Altes Rathaus

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Marktstr. D - 65183 Wiesbaden

    The old town hall comprises a ground floor in the Late Renaissance style, built 1609-10, and an upper floor in the Romantic Historicist style added on in 1828.

  • 6 Neues Rathaus

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Schlossplatz 6 D - 65183 Wiesbaden

    Georg Hauberisser, the architect of the Munich town hall, erected the new town hall in the German Renaissance style between 1886 and 1887.

  • 7 Marktkirche

    Religious buildings

    Marktplatz D - 65183 Wiesbaden

    The mid-19C Market church was the first brick-built construction in the Nassau region. Its architect, Carl Boos, was inspired by the Friedrichswerdersche Kirche in Berlin.

  • 8 Kaiser-Friedrich-Bad

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Langgasse 38-42 D - 65183 Wiesbaden

    The Jugendstil building dates from the early-20C and cost 3 million Gold Marks. The entrance hall frescoes are remarkable, as is the steam bath with its majolica glazed tiles manufactured in Darmstadt and Karlsruhe.

  • 9 Kochbrunnen

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Kochbrunnenplatz D - 65183 Wiesbaden

    This fountain is made up of fifteen springs. Its hot salty water contains iron, as can be seen from the reddish deposits in the granite basin of the fountain. Roman women used this reddish powder to dye their hair and held it in high esteem. The octa..

  • 10 Staatstheater

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Christian-Zais Str. 3 D - 65189 Wiesbaden

    To the south of the theatre colonnade stands this imposing Renaissance-style building erected between 1892 and 1894. Its Rococo foyer bears witness the the turn-of-the-century taste for exuberant decoration.

  • 11 Museum Wiesbaden

    Museums and art

    Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 2 D - 65185 Wiesbaden

    The recently restored Wiesbaden museum is actually made up of three separate sections: a natural sciences collection, the Nassau antiquities collection and art collections, including the Jawlensky collection. The artist lived in Wiesbaden from 1921 u..

  • 12 Russische Orthodoxe Kirche

    Religious buildings

    Weg Christian-Spielmann-Weg 2 D - 65193 Wiesbaden

    Also known as the Greek chapel, the Russian Orthodox church was built by Duke Adolf of Nassau between 1847 and 1855 for his wife Elizabeth who died at the tender age of 19. The edifice is easily recognizable with its five gilded cupolas. The elegant ..

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