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This memorial on Bahnhof Strasse is for the Sinti and Roma who were sent to the concentration camps from Wiesbaden on 8 March 1943. A number of cities have acknowledged that their train stations were part of the systematic destruction of human life during the Nazi regime.
Written Aug 16, 2005
If you go up into the hills above Wiesbaden, there's a short tram ride and an interesting cemetery for fallen soldiers of both World Wars. One tombstone read...killed in Vilna - 1943. Here was someone who had fought against my relatives there. They weren't any luckier than this man.
Updated Mar 12, 2005
At the east side of the theater there is a glass-and-metal annex for the workshops and the theater administration.
You can't see this annex from the front, because it is completely hidden by the colonnade.
Updated Dec 15, 2004
The brown sandstone steps lead up to the stage entrance. The canteen is just off to the right of the stage entrance (first windows on the right), so if your favorite singers don't come out after the show they are probably in the canteen having a drink or something.
As is true of most opera houses in this part of the world, lots of the staff members and musicians come to work by bicycle.
Updated Dec 15, 2004
Take some time to tour around the wine towns around Wiesbaden.A walk in the vineyards is breath-taking and relaxing for the mind. To name a few, Martinsthal, Eltville, Walluf. All within 10-15mins away drive from Wiesbaden. These towns are also reachable by bus from Wiesbaden. Frequency is slow though. Wine-tasting is also available at many weingut (wine restaurants). U may purchase wine (Riesling being the most common) on the spot too.
Come during August-October season as this time, there will be wine-festival in these small towns and new wine are being femented and introduced as 'federwesser'.
Written Dec 12, 2004
The Kaiser-Friedrich Therme is a beautiful and relaxing bathing palace. Opened in 1913, it was built to resemble the luxurious buildings of ancient Greece and Rome. The bathing here is textile free (woman's day: Tuesday) and entrance fee is 31.50 DM for 4 hours. Health services ranging from massages to soft packs cost extra.
Written Aug 25, 2002
A bit away of the main centre is Dürerplatz, whith this interesting house.
Emser Strasse (nr. 75) is a few meters to the right of it.
Updated Oct 20, 2010
This full facade painting can be easily found as the building it is painted on is standing at the central Schlossplatz (Castle Square) beside the Old City Hall.
Updated Apr 19, 2008
This beautifully painted facade is a piece of art by Wall in Colours.
(behind the Karstadt multi-storey car park)
Written Apr 19, 2008
Leave it to the kid to find this one. Clearly the artist had a breast fetish! On the other hand the restaurant looks like a nice place for a lazy summer lunch.
Updated Jun 11, 2005
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