Karlsruhe is the seat of the German Federal Constitutional Court (Bundesverfassungsgericht) and the highest Court of Appeals in civil and criminal cases, the Bundesgerichtshof. The courts came to Karlsruhe after World War II, when the provinces of Baden and Württemberg were merged.
Karlsruhe, city, Baden-Württemberg Land (state), southwestern Germany. It lies at the northern edge of the Black Forest, northwest of Stuttgart and just a few miles from the Rhine River. It was once the capital of the former Baden state, and it is now the seat of Germany’s Federal Constitutional Court (Bundesverfassungsgericht).
Culture and city experience with a Mediterranean flair. The lively cultural landscape in Karlsruhe will make the hearts of all culture lovers beat faster: over 50 museums, theatres and galleries in Karlsruhe waiting to be visited. As one of the warmest cities in Germany, the Mediterranean flair entices locals and guests alike to enjoy mild summer evenings in the restaurants of the lively squares around the city centre.
Karlsruhe’s strengths lie in its Neoclassical monuments, and the collections gathered by Baden’s margraves, prince electors and grand dukes who held sway here until 1918. Since the end of the war Karlsruhe has been in known in Germany as the home of the Federal Constitutional Court and the Federal Court of Justice.
Karlsruhe ist eine von 21 Kommunen in Baden-Württemberg, die sich als Gastgeberstadt an den Special Olympics World Games 2023 in Berlin beteiligen. Im Juni kommenden Jahres heißt die Fächerstadt eine Delegation aus der Schweiz willkommen.
Karlsruhe (Aussprache [ˈkaɐ̯lsˌʁuːə], anhören? / i, lokal südfränkisch Kallsruh) ist mit 306.502 Einwohnern (31. Dezember 2021) nach der Landeshauptstadt Stuttgart und Mannheim die drittgrößte Stadt des Landes Baden-Württemberg.
Karlsruhe is one of the four administrative regions (sing. Regierungsbezirk) of Baden-Württemberg, Germany, located in the north-west of the state. It is subdivided into the three regional associations (sing. Regionalverband): Mittlerer Oberrhein (Middle Upper Rhine), Rhein-Neckar (Rhine-Neckar) and Nordschwarzwald (Northern Black Forest).
A team of Polish divers say they have found almost intact the wreckage of German World War II steamer Karlsruhe, which was bombed by Soviet planes and sunk in the Baltic Sea in April 1945, killing...
Construction of Karlsruhe began on 27 July 1926 with her keel laying at the Deutsche Werke shipyard in Kiel. She was launched on 20 August 1927 and was commissioned into the Reichsmarine on 6 November 1929. Karlsruhe completed sea trials in the Baltic Sea after entering service, after which she was assigned to training ship duty. In May 1930, she departed on her first overseas training cruise, to Africa and South America.
The wreckage of a German warship that was struck by a British torpedo in 1940 has been discovered off the coast or Norway. Norwegian power grid operator Statnett said the cruiser Karlsruhe was ...