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  2. Wiesbaden - Wikipedia

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    Wiesbaden is the second-largest city in Hesse after Frankfurt am Main . The city, together with nearby Frankfurt am Main, Darmstadt, and Mainz, is part of the Frankfurt Rhine Main Region, a metropolitan area with a combined population of about 5.8 million people. Wiesbaden is one of the oldest spa towns in Europe.

  3. The Kurpark Wiesbaden, which begins immediately behind the Kurhaus (convention and event centre), was designed in 1852 in the style of an English landscape garden. Read more 2022 Letter from Wiesbaden Once a year a letter travels from Wiesbaden around the world. The letter for 2022 has now been published. Read more Service Box Virtual Tours

  4. Wiesbaden travel - Lonely Planet | Germany, Europe

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    Wiesbaden. Lined with magnificent neoclassical buildings that were rebuilt after WWII, Wiesbaden, the state capital of Hesse, is one of Europe's oldest spa towns, with hot springs still flowing today. It's 40km west of Frankfurt, across the Rhine from Mainz. Wiesbaden's name translates as 'meadow baths', reflecting both its thermal baths and beautiful expanses of parkland.

  5. About Wiesbaden. Tucked in a lovely valley between the Rhine River and the Taunus Mountains, Hesse's capital of Wiesbaden has long been an important spa city, dating back to Roman times when it was called Aquae Mattiacorum. In the 19th century, Wiesbaden also became a popular gambling center. For a soothing plunge, try the famous Kaiser Friedrich's Therme in the city center.

  6. Wiesbaden | Germany | Britannica

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    Wiesbaden, city, capital of Hesse Land (state), southern Germany. It is situated on the right (east) bank of the Rhine River at the southern foot of the Taunus Mountains, west of Frankfurt am Main and north of Mainz. The settlement was known as a spa (Aquae Mattiacae) in Roman times.

  7. 15 Best Things to Do in Wiesbaden (Germany) - The Crazy Tourist

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    Categories Germany Tags Wiesbaden 15 Best Things to Do in Wiesbaden (Germany): Nerobergbahn; Neroberg; Kurhaus; Kurpark; St Elizabeth's Church; Marktkirche; Kochbrunnen; Museum Wiesbaden; Wiesbaden City Palace; Biebrich Palace; Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden; Tier- und Pflanzenpark Fasanerie; Taunusstraße; Kaiser-Friedrich-Therme; Rheingau Royal Riesling

  8. THE 15 BEST Things to Do in Wiesbaden - Tripadvisor

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    Things to Do in Wiesbaden Popular things to do Walking Tours City Tours Architectural Buildings Holiday & Seasonal Tours Private and Luxury Points of Interest & Landmarks Monuments & Statues Top Attractions in Wiesbaden See all 1. Die Nerobergbahn 665 Trams By cgny1fwd It is a short walk to the Russian Church from the top as well. 2. Kurhaus 353

  9. Living in Wiesbaden | Landeshauptstadt Wiesbaden

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    Wiesbaden is a green city in the heart of the Rhine-Main-region, and an economic, cultural and social centre. Young and old are at home there, as are families, couples and singles. Wiesbaden attracts with a great variety of leisure time activities, and provides a perfect setting for making the city a home base for life.

  10. Welcome To Wiesbaden :: Wiesbaden :: US Army MWR

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    Wiesbaden, the state capital of Hessen, is situated in one of Germany's most popular tourist attractions. Vineyards, castles, miles of hiking and biking trails, easy access to other European destinations and much more make this region of Germany truly a great place to be stationed.

  11. USAG Wiesbaden Army Base in Wiesbaden, Germany | Military Bases

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    As one of the almost 50 American bases located in Germany, USAG Wiesbaden hosts almost 15000 individuals. Almost 3000 of them are actual military troops. Although the amount of inhabitants would easily place this base among the highest populated ones in the United States of America, in Germany it is seen as a regular sized base.