Wiesbaden (German pronunciation: [ˈviːsˌbaːdn̩] ) is a city in central western Germany and the capital of the state of Hesse. As of June 2020 [update] , it had 290,955 inhabitants,  plus approximately 21,000  United States citizens (mostly associated with the United States Army ).
Germany 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.
U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden recently hosted a student exchange between German students and students from Wiesbaden High School, touring the school and the airfield together and further...
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.
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 Architectural Buildings • Casinos By Sagri2013 A complex of 12 rooms and parlors of varying size and style, several restaurants and the Casino, all assembled under... 3. Neroberg 409
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.