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9.	Caligari FilmBühne (Cinema)
	Caligari presents rarities from cinema archives, old classics
and innovative productions of the international film indus-
try, short filmy and cinema for children. Furthermore film
festivals like the goEast-Festival in April and the exground
Filmfest in November take place in this municipal cinema.
	 10.	Cuckoo Clock
	The clock was mounted by souvenir salesman Emil
Kronenberger in 1946. In the early 1950s, the clock was
awarded the title of the “Largest Cuckoo Clock in the
World“. It strikes every half an hour.
	 11.	Historic City Centre
	Wiesbaden‘s historic city centre is known as the ”Schiffchen“
(“little ship“) and is located between Goldgasse,
Grabenstrasse, Mauergasse and other adjacent streets.
Sights: The Bäckerbrunnen (Baker‘s Well) on Grabenstrasse
and the oldest still existing town house built in 1728 which
is found on Wagemannstrasse 5 - 7.
	 12.	Heidenmauer (Heathen Wall)
	Wiesbaden‘s oldest visible structure from the Roman era is
the Heidenmauer. For many years it was considered to be
part of a defensive system. However, more recent interpre-
tations hold a contrary viewpoint that it could be part of a
Roman aqueduct from the third century AD that carried
water into the city from the Taunus Mountains. In 1902 the
Römertor (Roman gate) was built in an opening in the wall.
Underneath the gate copies of stone tablets from the
Roman period found in Wiesbaden and neighboring regions
are displayed.
	 13.	Wartburg
	 Another venue of the Hessian State Theatre.
	 14.	Kaiser-Friedrich-Therme (Irish-Roman Bath)
	This historic thermal spa was built in 1913 and is fed with
hot thermal water at 66° C.
	 15.	Kochbrunnen (Hot Spring)
	The Kochbrunnen was first mentioned in 1366 and has been
the centre of Wiesbaden’s health regimens since ancient
times. The 66° C hot sodium chloride thermal spring is the
most famous spring in the city and provides approximately
350 litres of curative water per minute.
	 16.	Kaiser-Friedrich Monument
	A postcard view encompassing the Bowling Green,
Colonnades and Kurhaus can be seen from the bronze
monument for Kaiser Friedrich III unveiled in 1897.
	17.	Kurhaus, Kurhaus Colonnade and Bowling Green
	At the request of Emperor William II., the Kurhaus as it
stands today was built by Friedrich von Thiersch between
1904 and 1907 for six million marks in a Neo-classical style.
The portico’s inscription “Aquis Mattiacis” means “dedicated
to the springs of the Mattiaci”. The Kurhaus colonnade
was erected in 1827. With 129 metres, it is the longest
hall in Europe supported by pillars and today houses the
casino’s slot machines. From the front of the Kurhaus there
is a splendid view of the “Bowling Green“ with its two
cascading fountains.
	 18.	Casino Wiesbaden
	Russian poet Fyodor Dostoyevsky and German composer
Richard Wagner also tried their luck at the casino. After
1872, when an imperial law resulted in casinos being closed
down, it was not until 1949 that gambling could be
resumed, this time in the theatre foyer. Today, the casino
is to be found in the former wine hall of the Kurhaus.
	 19.	Kurpark
	The Kurpark behind the Kurhaus was laid out in 1852 as an
English landscape garden, e.g. magnolias, azaleas, rhododen-
drons and swamp cypresses are growing there. The shell-
shaped concert stand is richly endowed with ornamentation.
Relics of the old Kurhaus pillars and a bust of Dostoyevsky
are to be found at the picturesque “Nizzaplätzchen”.
	 20.	Hessian State Theatre and Colonnade
	Built on behalf of Emperor William II in 1894, the magnifi-
cent and majestic foyer in Rococo style was added in 1902.
Its grand hall is designed in the Neo-Baroque style. The the-
atre colonnade (1839) forms together with the Kurhaus a
horseshoe-shaped complex encompassing the so-called
Bowling Green.
	 21.	Warmer Damm with Schiller-Monument
	Laid out as a landscaped garden in 1861. The Schiller
monument is located in the park and was erected before
the south façade of the Theatre in 1905 to commemorate
the 100th anniversary of Friedrich von Schiller. A monument
of Kaiser Wilhelm I. is located close by.
	 22.	Villa Söhnlein (Small White House)
	Built in 1906 by champagne manufacturer Wilhelm Söhnlein
for his American wife. It imitates the style of the presiden-
tial residence in Washington D.C.
	 23.	Villa Clementine (Literature House)
	Built between 1878 and 1882 in the Roman-Pompeian style
for a factory owner and his wife Clementine. The villa
served as a setting for the filming of Thomas Mann‘s
“Buddenbrooks“. Since 1960, it has been the scene of
cultural events in Wiesbaden.
	 24.	Nassauischer Kunstverein (Art Society)
	It concentrates its activities on exhibits of 20th century
works of art by painters, sculptors and graphic designers.
	 25.	Erbprinzenpalais (Palace for the Heir to the Throne)
	The palace was built by Christian Zais between 1813 and
1817 as the residence of Prince William of Nassau-Weilburg.
Today the building houses the Chamber of Industry and
Commerce.
	 26.	St. Augustine of Canterbury Church
	The brick stone church was erected in 1865 in English
Gothic style for British spa guests.
	 27.	Museum Wiesbaden with Goethe Monument
	Natural history collections with the four theme rooms
”Colour“, ”Shape“, ”Motion“ and ”Time“. And international
contemporary art and paintings by the Russian painter
Alexej von Jawlensky who lived in Wiesbaden from 1921 up
to his death in 1941. The Goethe monument in front of the
portal was donated by a citizen of Wiesbaden in 1919.
	 28.	RheinMain CongressCenter
	The RheinMain CongressCenter is currently being
reconstructed as a cutting edge, innovative conference centre.
Reopening: 2018
	
	 29.	St. Bonifatius Church
	It is the oldest Catholic church in the city centre. This Gothic
Revival style church was erected in 1849 and completed in
1864, when the towers (70 m high) were added.
	 30.	Luisenplatz (Square)
	This square is named after Charlotte Luise of Sachsen-
Hildburghausen, the first wife of Duke William of Nassau. In
the middle of the square is the Waterloo Obelisk located,
erected 1865 to commemorate the Nassovians who lost
their lives in the battle against Napoleon in 1815.
	 31.	Hessian State Library
	Established as the Nassovian State Library in 1813. Today,
the collection comprises approximately 600,000 volumes,
prints, handwritten manuscripts as well as German and
foreign newspapers.
	 32.	frauen museum wiesbaden
	The museum focusing on the culture and history of women
opened its doors in 1984.
	 33.	Landeshaus
	Between 1904 and 1907 Wiesbaden‘s administrative district
was established as the seat of the communal state parlia-
ment. Since 1953, it has been the seat of the Hessian
Ministry of Economy, Transportation, and Regional
Development.
	 34.	Luther Church
	The Luther Church is an art nouveau jewel, built from 1908
to 1910 by Friedrich Pützer in accordance with the
so-called “Wiesbaden Program“.
City centre Sights
	 1.	Dern´sches Gelände (Market Place)
		A generous plaza, which has an underground parking
garage as well as an underground market hall which serves
as an event location site for exhibitions. The Marktsäule
(ornamental pillar) is worth seeing. A farmers‘ market is
held here on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
	 2.	New City Hall
	This city hall was built between 1884 and 1887 according to
the plans of Georg von Hauberrisser. The imperial eagle,
flanked by the lions of Nassau and the lilies of Wiesbaden,
can be seen on the paving in front of the city hall.
	 3.	Old City Hall
	The old city hall built in 1610 is the oldest building in the
city centre. Today, it serves as the registry office for births,
deaths and marriages.
	 4.	Schlossplatz (Square)
	In the heart of the old city centre there is the Schlossplatz.
The Marktbrunnen (market fountain) is located between the
city hall and the city palace. The fountain was designed by
Johannes Bager in 1753.
	 5.	Hessian State Parliament (City Palace)
	The city palace was built between 1837 and 1842 as a sim-
ple city palace in Late Classical style for William I, Duke of
Nassau. Since 1946, it has been the seat of the Hessian
State Parliament.
	 6.	Market Church with Monument
	The church was built by Karl Boos from 1852 to 1862 as a
Gothic Revival basilica with three naves. The western tower
(89 m high) makes it the tallest building in the city. The
monument “Der Schweiger“ (the Silent) is located in front
of the church in commemoration of William I, Prince of
Orange (1533-1584).
	 7.	Stadtmuseum am Markt (city museum at the market)
	Parallel to the permanent exhibition of the history of the
city, the “SAM – Stadtmuseum am Markt” regularly orga-
nises special exhibitions, lectures, city tours and children’s
programmes as well as school projects with the aim of com-
municating the history of the city. Opening: autumn 2016
	 8. THermine – the Little City Train
	Various stations allow the visitor to get on and off as one
pleases. The route includes the villa areas, the lower termi-
nus for the Neroberg track and the Russian Church on the
Neroberg.
	 35.	Adolfsallee (Avenue)
	A luxuriant growth of trees lines this street of houses
classified as historical monuments which are excellent
examples of the late 19th century architecture. The avenue
was named after Duke Adolph of Nassau.
	 36.	Hauptbahnhof (Central Station)
	The red sandstone central station in Neo-Baroque style was
inaugurated in 1906 in the presence of Emperor William II.
	 37.	Neroberg Mountain (Opelbad, Monopteros)
	The outdoor swimming pool Opelbad was built in 1933 / 34
in Bauhaus style and offers a wonderful panorama of
Wiesbaden and the region. Named after its donor, it is now
a monument to modernism. Nearby, the Monopteros built in
1851 also offers a fantastic viewpoint.
	 38.	Russian Church with Cemetery
	This church with five golden cupolas was built between
1847 and 1855 as a sepulchre for the mortal remains of the
wife of Duke Adolf, Grand Duchess Elizabeth Michailovna
and her baby. The Russian Cemetery was laid out in 1856.
The famous painter Alexej von Jawlensky is buried here.
	 39.	Nerobergbahn (Mountain Train)
	This cable car installed in 1888 is driven by water ballast
and is considered to be a monument of technical culture.
The route up the mountain is about 440 m long and takes a
25% climb in its stride, the difference in altitude is 83 m.
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AT A GLANCE
THE NEROBERG MOUNTAIN RAILWAY
Wiesbaden at its most romantic
Enjoy a unique experience – a ride on the Neroberg Mountain Railway,
a historic monument! It is the oldest water ballast-driven cog-and-rack
railway in Germany.
Since the service opened in 1888 the two original wagons have been
rumbling up and down the Neroberg,Wiesbaden’s landmark mountain.
The ride along the viaduct to the upper station is like a journey back in time.
NEROBERG
RAILWAY STATION
Schedule and Fares
FROM MAY TO AUGUST
Daily: 9 a.m.– 8 p.m.
APRIL, SEPTEMBER
AND OCTOBER
Daily: 10 a.m.– 7 p.m.
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Online-Information
The Neroberg Mountain
Railway travels every
quarter hour.
Nerobergbahn Wiesbaden
Talstation · Wilhelminenstr. 51
65193 Wiesbaden
phone (0611) 236 85 00
nerobergbahn@eswe-verkehr.de
*Children under six are free.
HISTORY
Aquae Mattiacorum – the springs of the Mattiaci
Already in the years 6 to 15 AD, the Romans erected a border fort
as a military base in Wiesbaden. Soon after that, the central loca-
tion and the rich thermal springs gave rise to a civilian settlement
and the development of a spa culture. The hot water gave the town
its name: “Aquae Mattiacorum” – the springs of the Mattiaci. The
first mention of “Wisibada” can be found in records from the year
828 AD. In the 13th century, Wiesbaden was the imperial city for a
short time. It was not until the 18th century that the city expe-
rienced a new upswing. When Wiesbaden became the capital of the
new duchy of Nassau in 1806, the town was systematically extend-
ed which formed the foundation for its rise to a world destination
for treatment and cure.
A world spa in the 19th century
Soon, the spa welcomed European nobility, but also many celebri-
ties such as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the Russian poet Fyodor
Dostoyevsky and Otto von Bismarck as its guests. The handover of the
town to Prussia fostered its growth even more.Kaiser Wilhelm I as
well as his grandson Wilhelm II stayed in the town frequently, both
influenced its further development. Carl von Ibell, who was its Lord
Mayor for almost 30 years, con­tributed significantly to lay the
foundation for a large city: government and public buildings, the
Kurhaus and the State Theatre were erected, the service industries
flourished and the traffic network was steadily expanded. The
population doubled between 1880 and 1905. Mansions and houses
in the construction style of historism, classicism and art nouveau
have been characteristic for the town-scape until today.
Wiesbaden´s particular flair has been an inspiration to many artists
such as the composer Brahms and Wagner and the painter Alexej
von Jawlensky. After 1945, the former world spa trans­­formed itself
into a very modern state capital – but its particular character has
retained until now.
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	Sights
	37.	Neroberg Mountain (Opelbad, Monopteros)	B1
		 See overleaf
	 38.	Russian Church with Cemetery	 C1
		 See overleaf
	 39.	Nerobergbahn (Mountain Train)	 B1
		 See overleaf
	 40.	Castle Ruin Sonnenberg	 D1
		Established around 1200 it was the most important bastion
of the Dukes of Nassau. Duke Adolf, who was to be elected
German king in 1292, resided here. Today the citadel is an
imposing ruin.
	 41.	Thermalbad Aukammtal (Thermal Bath)	 D1
		The thermal bath “Thermalbad Aukammtal“ is a recreation
facility with indoor and outdoor pools, an extensive sauna
and an assortment of spa services.
	 42.	Pharmaceutical Herbal Gardens	 D1
		On an area of about 5,500 sqm, 200 types of trees, bushes
and herbs used for medicinal purposes have been planted
and are explained.
	 43.	Solmsschlösschen (Villa)	 C2
		Magnificent villa with bay windows and corner towers. It
was erected by Prince Albrecht zu Solms-Braunfels between
1890 and 1892.
	 44.	thalhaus (Theatre)	 C1
		The thalhaus offers a wide range of cultural events such as
films, an art gallery, literature, cabaret, music and theatre.
	 45.	Velvets Theatre 	 C3
	The fascination of light and colour is combined with black
theatre, masque and puppetry, drama, song, dance, film and
pantomime.
	 46.	Sektkellerei Henkell  Co	 C3
		In 1909, the champagne production facility was established
by company founder Otto Henkell and architect Paul Bonatz.
The splendid foyer is worked in Greek and Italian marble
and was decorated with opulent Roccoco plasterwork. The
Henkell Shop features a wide range of products.
	 47.	Biebrich Palace with Park	 C4
		Biebrich Palace, a magnificent three-winged Baroque resi-
dence, was erected between 1700 and 1750 directly on the
banks of the Rhine River. It was the abode of the sovereigns
and later Dukes of Nassau. The rotunda and galleries
provide the venue for prestigious functions held by the
Minister President of the State of Hessen.
	 48.	Schierstein Harbour	 A4
		With its promenade the harbour is a popular place for
leisure time activities or simply to find relaxation. Nearly
all types of water sports can be found here: motor boat
cruising, rowing, canoeing and sailing.
	 49.	Henkell Ice Rink	 B2
		Wiesbaden’s only winter sport facility with an ice skating
rink of 60 by 30 metres. Operation: all year round; inline
skating in summer.
	50.	Schloss Freudenberg (Freudenberg Castle)	A3
		Built in 1904 by Paul Schultze-Naumburg for a couple of
artists, the castle now houses Freudenberg‘s “experience for
developing the senses and the mind.“
	 51.	Fasanerie (Zoo and Botanical Gardens)	 A1
		The Fasanerie was erected in 1745 as a hunting lodge. Since
1955, the park has been home to botanical and animal life.
A special educational attraction for children to experience
nature and wildlife.
	52.	Jagdschloss Platte (Former Hunting Lodge)	B1
		It lies 7 km above Wiesbaden, situated on a forest terrain
plateau and offers a remarkable view of the region. The
“hunting lodge“ was built between 1823 and 1826 by Duke
William of Nassau. Today, it is a unique venue for various
events.
	 53.	Harlekinäum (Museum)	 D3
		The Harlekinäum is the world’s only museum of humour.
There are eight rooms full of an off-beat collection of
humorous ideas.
Clinics  Health Centres (hc)
54.	Asklepios Paulinen Klinik und
	 Asklepios Gesundheitszentrum	B2
55.	Aukamm-Klinik	D1
56.	CMC Facharztzentrum	C2
57.	DKD Deutsche Klinik für Diagnostik	D1
58.	GGS OP-Zentrum Wiesbaden-Biebrich	C4
59.	HELIOS Dr. Horst Schmidt Kliniken 	 A3
60.	HELIOS Dr. Horst Schmidt Kliniken,
	 Location Wilhelm Fresenius Klinik	D1
61.	 Klaus-Miehlke-Klinik	D1
62.	Klinik am Sonnenberg	D1
63.	Laserzentrum Wiesbaden	C2
64.	Neurologisches Reha-Zentrum Wiesbaden	D1
65.	Otto-Fricke-Krankenhaus Wiesbaden	C4
66.	Reha-Klinik Aukammtal	D1
67.	St. Josefs-Hospital und
	 Medicum Facharztzentrum	C2
68.	Vitos Rheingau gemeinnützige GmbH	 B1
69.	Qimoto-Zentrum für Sportmedizin	C3
70.	 Allergiezentrum Wiesbaden	C2
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Westerwaldstr.
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dornweg
Weimarer Str.
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str./JUVZ
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Wasserturm
Wartestr.
Wanders-
mannstr.
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mannstr.
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Weg
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allee
Vogesenstr.
Viktoria-
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Veilchen-
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Varusstr.
Valter-
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Uth-
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Eichen
Universität
Ulmen-
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peterstr.
Tränkweg
Töpferstr.
Thomaestr.
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Theodor-
Heuss-Ring
Theodor-
Haubach-Str.
Tennelbachstr.
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Tann-
häuserstr.
Tannenstr.
Tannen-
ring
Talheim
Südwestrundfunk
Südring
Straßen-
mühle
Stollenweg
Stolberger
Str.
Stielstr.
Stiegelstr.
Stephan-
Born-Str.
Steinern
Str.
Steinbruch
Statistisches
Bundesamt
St.-Veiter-
Platz
St.-
Gallus-
Str.
St. Bernhard
Sporthalle
Spandauer
Str.Sonnen-
blumenweg
Siemens-
str.
Siegfriedring
Sickingenstr.
Senioren-
zentrum
Sedanplatz
Schwal-
bacher Str./
Luisen-
Forum
Schusterstr./
Galeria Kaufhof
Schott AG
Schöne Aussicht
Schloß
Biebrich
Schleier-
macherstr.
Schlagstr.
Schlagmühle
Schillerstr.
Schier-
steiner Str.
Schiersteiner
Brücke
Schenkendorfstr.
Scheffelstr.
Sanitas
Saarbrücker Allee
Ruthof
Ruhbergstr.
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Vogt-Str.
Rothstr.
Rothen-
bergstr.
Roter Weg
Rostocker Str.
Rossertstr.
Roonstr.
Römerstr.
Röderstr.
Ringkirche
Rieslingstr.
Riederbergstr.
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Wilhelm-Kopp-Str.
Rheinufer/
Adolf-Todt-Str.
Rheinstr./
Rhein-Main-Hallen
Rheinhütte
Rheingoldhalle/
Rathaus
Rheinufer/Rheingaustr.
KD
Rheinblick
Rennbahnstr.
Reichs-
apfelstr.
Regattastr.
Ratsherrenweg
Rathenau-
platz
Rathausplatz
Rathaus
Schierstein
Niedernhausen
Rathaus
Rathaus Biebrich
Raiffeisenstr.
Pulvermühle
Prinz-Nikolas-Str.
Poststr.
Pluto-
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Phönix
Halle
P.-Sander-
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Paulusplatz
Paulinen-
Klinik
Paul-Fried-
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Paul-
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Pagenstecherstr.
Otto-von-
Guericke-Ring
Otto-Suhr-
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Ost-
preußen-
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Ortsver-
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ORN Betriebshof
Oranienhof
Ober-
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Obere Kreuzstr.
Nussbaumstr.
Nürnberger Str.
Nietzer-
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Niedern-
hausener Str.
Nieder-
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josbacher Str.
Nieder-
feldstr.
Neuer
Friedhof
Neubrunnenstr.
Neubrunnen-
platz/Römer-
passage
Neuberg
Nessel-
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Nerobergstr.
Nelken-
weg
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Nansenstr.
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bergstr.
Münzen-
bergstr.
Münsterplatz
Mühlwiese
Mühlberg
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Kaserne
Moritz-Marx-
heimer-Str.
Michelsberg
Max-
Planck-
Ring
Martin-
Kirchner-Str.
Marienborner Str.
Märchenland
Malme-
dyer Str.
Daubhäuschen
Mainstr.
Luisen-
str.
Luisen-
platz
Ludwigsplatz
Ludwig-
Nauth-Str.
Ludwig-Erhard-Str.
Lorenz-
Werthmann-Haus
L.-Schott-
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Lorelei-
ring
Linden-
weg
Lindenhof
Liebenaustr.
Leipziger Str.
Leberberg
Laurentius-
str.
Langenbeckplatz/
St.-Josefs-Hospital
Landtag
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haus
Landes-
denkmal
Landesbibliothek
Kutscherweg
Kurkliniken
Kurhaus/Theater
Kureck
Künstlerviertel/
Stadtarchiv
Künstlerviertel/
Stadtarchiv
Kuckucksweg
Krongarten
Kriegerdenkmal
Kreuzkirche
Kreuzberger Ring
Krautgärten
Körner-
str.
Kornblumen-
weg
Köpfchenweg
Köpenicker
Str.
Konrad-
Arndt-Str.
Kochbrunnen
Kloster-
weg
Klop-
stockstr.
Kleinfeld-
chen/
Stadt-
archiv
Klagen-
furter Ring
Kisselberg/
Coface
Deutschland
Kirschblütenstr.
Kirchgasse
King-Park-Center/
Bruchwegstadion
Kesselbachstr.
Kath.Kirche
Kohlheck
Kasteler
Str.
Kastel
Brückenkopf
Karls-
str.
Karlsbader
Platz
Karl-Legien-
Str.
Karawankenstr.
Kappenbergweg
Kapellenstr.
Kalle-Bad
Kalle
Am Rheinbahnhof
Kaisertor/
Stadtbibliothek
Kahle Mühle
Junkernstr.Juister Str.
Joh.-Goßner-Str.
Jawlenskystr.
Jäger-
str.
J.-F.-
Kennedy-Str.
In der
Farnwiese
In der Dalheimer
Wiese
In der Dalheimer
Wiese
Im Wiesengrund
Im Rosenfeld
Im Kreuzer
Im Herzen
Im Hahn
Im Borner
Grund
IKEA
Igstadter Str.
Humper-
dinckstr.
Humboldtstr.
Horch-
heimer
Str.
Homburger Str.
Holstein-
str.
Holbeinstr.
Hof
Niederfeld
Hof Erlenblick
Hochschule
Rhein Main
Hinterbergstr.
Hinkel-
steinerstr.
Hindenburgplatz/
Architektenkammer
Rheinland-Pfalz
Hildastr.
Hessen-
ring
Herzogs-
platz
Herrngarten
Herrnbergstr.
Hermann-Löns-Str.
Hermann-
Ehlers-Schule
Hermann-
Ehlers-Schule
Hermann-Brill-Str.
Heppenheimer Str.
Helm-
holtzstr.
Heinz-
Ranly-Str.
Heinrich-Zille-Str.
Hbf West/
Taubertsbergbad
Hasengartenstr.
Harte-
mußweg
Hans-
Bredow-
Str.
Hans-Böckler-Str./
Die Johanniter
Hans-
Böckler-Str.
Händelstr.
Hall-
garter
Str.
Hallenbad
Hagenauer Str.
Habicht-
weg
Gutenberg-
Center Süd
Gutenberg-
Center Ost
Gustav-Strese-
mann-Schule
Gustav-Mahler-Str.
Grillparzerstr.
Gottfried-
Kinkel-Str.
Gonsenheimer Tor
Goldsteintal
Goldborn-
Schule
Goldackerweg
Goethestr.
Goethestein
Gneisenau-
str.
Glyco
Glarus-
str. Glacisweg
Ginsterweg
Gewerbe-
gebiet
Geschwister-
Stock-Platz
Germanen-
weg
G.-Beatzel-
Str.
Gehrner Weg
Gartenstadt
Gartenfeldstr.
Garten-
feld
Gallier-
weg
F.-Ullmann-Str.
Friedrichstr.
Friedrich-von-
Pfeiffer-Weg
Friedrich-
Bergius-Str.
Friedhofstr.
Friedhof
Sonnenberg
Friedhof Kastel
Friedhof
Erbenheim
Friedhof
Breckenheim
Frieden-
str.
Freseniusstr.
Freiherr-
von-Stein-
Str.
Freiburger Str.
Fort Biehler
Floßhafen/
Dow Corning
Flachstr.
Fischerstr.
Finken-
hof
Fichtestr./
Handwerks-
kammer
F.-Knettenbrech-
Weg
Fasanenhof
Europa-
viertel
Euro Palace
Essen-
heimer Str.
Ernst-von-
Harnack-Str.
Ernst-Göbel-
Schule
Auringer
Mühle
Hockenberger Mühle
E.-
Galonske-
Str.
Erich-Ollen-
hauer-Str.
Erfurter
Str.
Erbsenacker
EPHY MESS
Entsorgungs-
zentrum ELW
Emil-Krag-Str.
Eltviller
Str.
Elsässer Platz
Elsa-Bränd-
ström-Str.
Eleonorenstr.
Eishaus
Eifelstr.
Eichen-
dorff-
weg
Eichendorffschule
Dycker-
hoffstr.
Dresdener Ring
Dresdener
Ring
Dreiweiden-
str.
Draiser
Str.
Dotzheim-Mitte/
Stegerwaldstr.
Dotzheim-
Mitte/
Ludwig-
Erhard-Str.
Dotzheim-
Mitte/
Ludwig-
Erhard-Str.
Domäne
Mechtilds-
hausen
Diesterweg-
schule
Dambach-
tal
Daimlerring
D.M./Rheintalstr.
D.M./Aunelstr.
Comenius-
schule
Chem.
Werke
Albert
Chem. Fabrik
Kreussler
Castell-
umstr.
Carl-von-
Ossietzky-Str.
Carl-Bosch-Str.
Calvinstr.
Buschungstr.
Burg
Bunsen-
str.
Brun-
hildenstr.
Brückenplatz
Breslauer Ring
Botanischer
Garten
Borsigstr.
Bornhofenweg
Borngasse
Blumen-
str.
Bleich-
wiesenstr.
Bleichstr.
Bismarckring
Berufsschul-
zentrum
B.-Cramer-
Ring
Bernsteinstr.Bernsteinstr.
Berliner Str.
Bergstr.
Bauhofstr./
RLP-Bank
Barbarossastr.
Bahnübergang
Bahnstr. Bahnhof
Niederjosbach
Bahnhof
Kastel
Bahnhof
Dotzheim
Bahnhof
Auringen/
Medenbach
Bahnhof
Biebrich
Backhaus-
hohl
Aus-
siedler-
höfe
Auringer
Weg
Aukamm
Armenruhstr.
Antoniushaus
Anna-
Birle-Str.
Andreas
Schlüter-Str.
Andreas-
Hofer-Str.
An der Krimm
An der Herrenscheune
An der Dietenmühle
An den drei
Weiden
Am Wiesenhang
Am Weinberg
Am Sportfeld
Am Speiergarten
Am
Sonnigen
Hang
Am Seyenbach
Am Schwermer
Am Schänzchen
Am
Rhein-
gauer
Weg
Am Kupfer-
berg
Am Hochfeld
Am Hang
Am Gonsenheimer Wald
Am
Fuchsbau
Am Felsen-
keller
Am
Erben-
heimer
Feld
Am Eibenhang
Am Burgacker
Am
Rathaus
Alwinen-
str.
Altkönigstr.
Altenwohnheim
Alte Schmelze
Alte
Lokhalle
Alte
Dorfstr.
Alt-Klarenthal
Alt Auringen
Alleestr.
Alfred-Delp-Str.
Albrecht-Dürer-Schule
Albert-
Stohr-Str.
Albert-
Schweitzer-
Allee
Ahornstr.
Adlerstr.
Adelheidstr.
Abraham-
Lincoln-Str./
Uniserve
Höfchen/
ListmannSchiller-
platz
Willi-
Werner-Str.
Klabundstr.
Bert-
Brecht-Str.
Anne-Frank-Str.
Dürerplatz
Fasaneriestr.
Geschwister-
Scholl-Str.
Graf-von-
Galen-Str.
Wald-
friedhof
Langendell-
schlag
Polizeiakademie
Simeonhaus
Tierpark Fasanerie
Hauptbahnhof
Wiesbaden
Dernsches
Gelände/
Rathaus/
Schloßplatz
Platz der
Dt. Einheit
Wilhelm-
str.
Willy-Brandt-
Allee/VHS
Zietenring
Wielandstr.
Schlacht-
hof
Nordstrander Str.
Gymnasium
Mosbacher
Berg
Freizeitbad/
Velvets Theater
Carl-von-
Linde-Str.
Südfried-
hof
Äppelallee
Bahnhof
Wi-Ost
Biebrich
Friedhof
Faaker Str.
Robert-Krekel-
Anlage
Unterer
Zwerchweg
Steinberger
Str.
Wörther-See-Str.
Äppelallee-
Center
Bürgermeister-
Schneider-Str.
Hafen
Oderstr.
Rhein-
gaustr.
Zeilstr.
Berufsschulzentrum
Gutenberg-
Center
Am Sportfeld/Fahrschule Zöll Haupt-
bahnhof
Mainz
Isaac-Fulda-
Allee/Aareon
AG
Pfarrer-
Dorn-Str.
Wilhelm-
Raabe-Str.
Zwerch-
allee
Zwerch-
allee
August-
Bebel-Str.
Dr.-Horst-
Schmidt-
Kliniken
Schelmen-
graben
Bahnhof Bremthal
Niedernhausen
Bahnhof
Bahnhof
Hochheim
Zieglerstr.
Venatorstr.
Wolfsfeld
Raiffeisen-
platz
Parkstr.
Neufeldstr.Neufeldstr.
Kirschen-
bergstr.
Heßloch
Bahnholz
Eigenheim
Wolken-
bruch
Platte
(Saisonbetrieb
Winter bei Schnee)
Nordfriedhof
Nerotal
Hofgartenplatz
Württem-
bergstr.
Zweigstr.
Überm
Wald
Zimmerplatz
Zeilring
Kitzelberg
Fondetter Str.
Friedhof Bremthal
Eppsteiner Str.
Am Wald
Altes
Rathaus
Winterstr.
West-
ring
Rosenheimer Str.
Tor zum
Rheingau
Ländches-
halle
Karl-Drebert-
Str.
Heinrich-von-
Brentano-Schule
Egerstr.
Berliner
Platz
Erlenstr.
Schule
Kriem-
hildenstr.
Flugplatz
Joh.‐Sebastian‐
Bach‐Str.
R.-Schumann‐
Schule
Abeggstr.
N9
N9
N9
N9
N9
N9
N9
N7
N7
N7
N7
N7
N7
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N7
N5
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Buslinie mit Haltestelle,
Liniennummer und Endhaltestelle
Nachtlinie mit Liniennummer
AST – Anruf-Sammeltaxi
Buslinie nur saisonal
S-Bahnlinie
RegionalBahn/Regional-Express
Fahrkartenautomat
Park+Ride Parkplatz
Umsteigehaltestelle
Haltestelle nur in eine
Richtung
Buslinie nur zu
bestimmten Tageszeiten
P+R
1
1Dürerplatz N5
Stand: Oktober 2015
Legend
	 Rheinsteig®/ Premium hiking trail
	 boarding pier / Wiesbaden-Biebrich
	 THermine — the little City Train / stations
i	 Wiesbaden Tourist Information
				 meeting point for public guided tours
i	 Wiesbaden Tourist Information
				 at the Main Train Station
P 	 public multi-storey car parks
P 	 coach parking
	 Reisemobilhafen / RV sites
	 Tactile model of the historic pentagon-shaped old quarter
Imprint:
Editor and Artwork: Wiesbaden Marketing GmbH, Postfach 6050, 65050 Wiesbaden;
Print: MailWurm GmbH, Wiesbaden; Cartographie: Tiefbau- und Vermessungsamt
der Landeshauptstadt Wiesbaden;
Photos: Fouad Vollmer / Werbeagentur, für den Hessischen Heilbäderverband e. V.,
Stanislaw Chomicki, Torsten Krüger, Horst Goebel, Henkell  Co. Sektkellerei KG,
Wiesbaden Marketing GmbH. Circulation: 30.000; Date of printing: July 2016
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  • 1. 9. Caligari FilmBühne (Cinema) Caligari presents rarities from cinema archives, old classics and innovative productions of the international film indus- try, short filmy and cinema for children. Furthermore film festivals like the goEast-Festival in April and the exground Filmfest in November take place in this municipal cinema. 10. Cuckoo Clock The clock was mounted by souvenir salesman Emil Kronenberger in 1946. In the early 1950s, the clock was awarded the title of the “Largest Cuckoo Clock in the World“. It strikes every half an hour. 11. Historic City Centre Wiesbaden‘s historic city centre is known as the ”Schiffchen“ (“little ship“) and is located between Goldgasse, Grabenstrasse, Mauergasse and other adjacent streets. Sights: The Bäckerbrunnen (Baker‘s Well) on Grabenstrasse and the oldest still existing town house built in 1728 which is found on Wagemannstrasse 5 - 7. 12. Heidenmauer (Heathen Wall) Wiesbaden‘s oldest visible structure from the Roman era is the Heidenmauer. For many years it was considered to be part of a defensive system. However, more recent interpre- tations hold a contrary viewpoint that it could be part of a Roman aqueduct from the third century AD that carried water into the city from the Taunus Mountains. In 1902 the Römertor (Roman gate) was built in an opening in the wall. Underneath the gate copies of stone tablets from the Roman period found in Wiesbaden and neighboring regions are displayed. 13. Wartburg Another venue of the Hessian State Theatre. 14. Kaiser-Friedrich-Therme (Irish-Roman Bath) This historic thermal spa was built in 1913 and is fed with hot thermal water at 66° C. 15. Kochbrunnen (Hot Spring) The Kochbrunnen was first mentioned in 1366 and has been the centre of Wiesbaden’s health regimens since ancient times. The 66° C hot sodium chloride thermal spring is the most famous spring in the city and provides approximately 350 litres of curative water per minute. 16. Kaiser-Friedrich Monument A postcard view encompassing the Bowling Green, Colonnades and Kurhaus can be seen from the bronze monument for Kaiser Friedrich III unveiled in 1897. 17. Kurhaus, Kurhaus Colonnade and Bowling Green At the request of Emperor William II., the Kurhaus as it stands today was built by Friedrich von Thiersch between 1904 and 1907 for six million marks in a Neo-classical style. The portico’s inscription “Aquis Mattiacis” means “dedicated to the springs of the Mattiaci”. The Kurhaus colonnade was erected in 1827. With 129 metres, it is the longest hall in Europe supported by pillars and today houses the casino’s slot machines. From the front of the Kurhaus there is a splendid view of the “Bowling Green“ with its two cascading fountains. 18. Casino Wiesbaden Russian poet Fyodor Dostoyevsky and German composer Richard Wagner also tried their luck at the casino. After 1872, when an imperial law resulted in casinos being closed down, it was not until 1949 that gambling could be resumed, this time in the theatre foyer. Today, the casino is to be found in the former wine hall of the Kurhaus. 19. Kurpark The Kurpark behind the Kurhaus was laid out in 1852 as an English landscape garden, e.g. magnolias, azaleas, rhododen- drons and swamp cypresses are growing there. The shell- shaped concert stand is richly endowed with ornamentation. Relics of the old Kurhaus pillars and a bust of Dostoyevsky are to be found at the picturesque “Nizzaplätzchen”. 20. Hessian State Theatre and Colonnade Built on behalf of Emperor William II in 1894, the magnifi- cent and majestic foyer in Rococo style was added in 1902. Its grand hall is designed in the Neo-Baroque style. The the- atre colonnade (1839) forms together with the Kurhaus a horseshoe-shaped complex encompassing the so-called Bowling Green. 21. Warmer Damm with Schiller-Monument Laid out as a landscaped garden in 1861. The Schiller monument is located in the park and was erected before the south façade of the Theatre in 1905 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Friedrich von Schiller. A monument of Kaiser Wilhelm I. is located close by. 22. Villa Söhnlein (Small White House) Built in 1906 by champagne manufacturer Wilhelm Söhnlein for his American wife. It imitates the style of the presiden- tial residence in Washington D.C. 23. Villa Clementine (Literature House) Built between 1878 and 1882 in the Roman-Pompeian style for a factory owner and his wife Clementine. The villa served as a setting for the filming of Thomas Mann‘s “Buddenbrooks“. Since 1960, it has been the scene of cultural events in Wiesbaden. 24. Nassauischer Kunstverein (Art Society) It concentrates its activities on exhibits of 20th century works of art by painters, sculptors and graphic designers. 25. Erbprinzenpalais (Palace for the Heir to the Throne) The palace was built by Christian Zais between 1813 and 1817 as the residence of Prince William of Nassau-Weilburg. Today the building houses the Chamber of Industry and Commerce. 26. St. Augustine of Canterbury Church The brick stone church was erected in 1865 in English Gothic style for British spa guests. 27. Museum Wiesbaden with Goethe Monument Natural history collections with the four theme rooms ”Colour“, ”Shape“, ”Motion“ and ”Time“. And international contemporary art and paintings by the Russian painter Alexej von Jawlensky who lived in Wiesbaden from 1921 up to his death in 1941. The Goethe monument in front of the portal was donated by a citizen of Wiesbaden in 1919. 28. RheinMain CongressCenter The RheinMain CongressCenter is currently being reconstructed as a cutting edge, innovative conference centre. Reopening: 2018 29. St. Bonifatius Church It is the oldest Catholic church in the city centre. This Gothic Revival style church was erected in 1849 and completed in 1864, when the towers (70 m high) were added. 30. Luisenplatz (Square) This square is named after Charlotte Luise of Sachsen- Hildburghausen, the first wife of Duke William of Nassau. In the middle of the square is the Waterloo Obelisk located, erected 1865 to commemorate the Nassovians who lost their lives in the battle against Napoleon in 1815. 31. Hessian State Library Established as the Nassovian State Library in 1813. Today, the collection comprises approximately 600,000 volumes, prints, handwritten manuscripts as well as German and foreign newspapers. 32. frauen museum wiesbaden The museum focusing on the culture and history of women opened its doors in 1984. 33. Landeshaus Between 1904 and 1907 Wiesbaden‘s administrative district was established as the seat of the communal state parlia- ment. Since 1953, it has been the seat of the Hessian Ministry of Economy, Transportation, and Regional Development. 34. Luther Church The Luther Church is an art nouveau jewel, built from 1908 to 1910 by Friedrich Pützer in accordance with the so-called “Wiesbaden Program“. City centre Sights 1. Dern´sches Gelände (Market Place) A generous plaza, which has an underground parking garage as well as an underground market hall which serves as an event location site for exhibitions. The Marktsäule (ornamental pillar) is worth seeing. A farmers‘ market is held here on Wednesdays and Saturdays. 2. New City Hall This city hall was built between 1884 and 1887 according to the plans of Georg von Hauberrisser. The imperial eagle, flanked by the lions of Nassau and the lilies of Wiesbaden, can be seen on the paving in front of the city hall. 3. Old City Hall The old city hall built in 1610 is the oldest building in the city centre. Today, it serves as the registry office for births, deaths and marriages. 4. Schlossplatz (Square) In the heart of the old city centre there is the Schlossplatz. The Marktbrunnen (market fountain) is located between the city hall and the city palace. The fountain was designed by Johannes Bager in 1753. 5. Hessian State Parliament (City Palace) The city palace was built between 1837 and 1842 as a sim- ple city palace in Late Classical style for William I, Duke of Nassau. Since 1946, it has been the seat of the Hessian State Parliament. 6. Market Church with Monument The church was built by Karl Boos from 1852 to 1862 as a Gothic Revival basilica with three naves. The western tower (89 m high) makes it the tallest building in the city. The monument “Der Schweiger“ (the Silent) is located in front of the church in commemoration of William I, Prince of Orange (1533-1584). 7. Stadtmuseum am Markt (city museum at the market) Parallel to the permanent exhibition of the history of the city, the “SAM – Stadtmuseum am Markt” regularly orga- nises special exhibitions, lectures, city tours and children’s programmes as well as school projects with the aim of com- municating the history of the city. Opening: autumn 2016 8. THermine – the Little City Train Various stations allow the visitor to get on and off as one pleases. The route includes the villa areas, the lower termi- nus for the Neroberg track and the Russian Church on the Neroberg. 35. Adolfsallee (Avenue) A luxuriant growth of trees lines this street of houses classified as historical monuments which are excellent examples of the late 19th century architecture. The avenue was named after Duke Adolph of Nassau. 36. Hauptbahnhof (Central Station) The red sandstone central station in Neo-Baroque style was inaugurated in 1906 in the presence of Emperor William II. 37. Neroberg Mountain (Opelbad, Monopteros) The outdoor swimming pool Opelbad was built in 1933 / 34 in Bauhaus style and offers a wonderful panorama of Wiesbaden and the region. Named after its donor, it is now a monument to modernism. Nearby, the Monopteros built in 1851 also offers a fantastic viewpoint. 38. Russian Church with Cemetery This church with five golden cupolas was built between 1847 and 1855 as a sepulchre for the mortal remains of the wife of Duke Adolf, Grand Duchess Elizabeth Michailovna and her baby. The Russian Cemetery was laid out in 1856. The famous painter Alexej von Jawlensky is buried here. 39. Nerobergbahn (Mountain Train) This cable car installed in 1888 is driven by water ballast and is considered to be a monument of technical culture. The route up the mountain is about 440 m long and takes a 25% climb in its stride, the difference in altitude is 83 m. www.wiesbaden.eu STATE CAPITAL OF HESSEN Wiesbaden Tourist Information Marktplatz 1 | 65183 Wiesbaden Phone: +49 611 1729-930 tourist-service@wiesbaden-marketing.de Opening hours Tourist Information April-September: Monday–Friday 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m.–3 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.–3 p.m. Saturdays of Advent until 6 p.m. October-March: Sundays closed WIESBADEN EXPERIENCE Our Service for you! ö Tips for excursion in Wiesbaden Rheingau ö Sightseeing tours ö Advanced ticket sales for theatre concerts ö Wiesbaden souvenirs ö Hotel reservations ö Boat trips on the Rhine river ö Wine tastings ö Day tours ö Wiesbaden TouristCard ö Accompanying programs for conventions, meetings events wiesbaden.info wiesbaden.deinestadt Art and Nature Art and Nature AlexejvonJawlensky AestheticofNature 36 33 1 2 3 7 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 14 13 16 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 30 31 32 34 35 WC P 28 i i 39 37 38 WC WC www.wiesbaden.eu STATE CAPITAL OF HESSEN English Wiesbaden AT A GLANCE THE NEROBERG MOUNTAIN RAILWAY Wiesbaden at its most romantic Enjoy a unique experience – a ride on the Neroberg Mountain Railway, a historic monument! It is the oldest water ballast-driven cog-and-rack railway in Germany. Since the service opened in 1888 the two original wagons have been rumbling up and down the Neroberg,Wiesbaden’s landmark mountain. The ride along the viaduct to the upper station is like a journey back in time. NEROBERG RAILWAY STATION Schedule and Fares FROM MAY TO AUGUST Daily: 9 a.m.– 8 p.m. APRIL, SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER Daily: 10 a.m.– 7 p.m. www.eswe-verkehr.de/nerobergbahn www.youtube.com/esweverkehr Online-Information The Neroberg Mountain Railway travels every quarter hour. Nerobergbahn Wiesbaden Talstation · Wilhelminenstr. 51 65193 Wiesbaden phone (0611) 236 85 00 nerobergbahn@eswe-verkehr.de *Children under six are free. HISTORY Aquae Mattiacorum – the springs of the Mattiaci Already in the years 6 to 15 AD, the Romans erected a border fort as a military base in Wiesbaden. Soon after that, the central loca- tion and the rich thermal springs gave rise to a civilian settlement and the development of a spa culture. The hot water gave the town its name: “Aquae Mattiacorum” – the springs of the Mattiaci. The first mention of “Wisibada” can be found in records from the year 828 AD. In the 13th century, Wiesbaden was the imperial city for a short time. It was not until the 18th century that the city expe- rienced a new upswing. When Wiesbaden became the capital of the new duchy of Nassau in 1806, the town was systematically extend- ed which formed the foundation for its rise to a world destination for treatment and cure. A world spa in the 19th century Soon, the spa welcomed European nobility, but also many celebri- ties such as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the Russian poet Fyodor Dostoyevsky and Otto von Bismarck as its guests. The handover of the town to Prussia fostered its growth even more.Kaiser Wilhelm I as well as his grandson Wilhelm II stayed in the town frequently, both influenced its further development. Carl von Ibell, who was its Lord Mayor for almost 30 years, con­tributed significantly to lay the foundation for a large city: government and public buildings, the Kurhaus and the State Theatre were erected, the service industries flourished and the traffic network was steadily expanded. The population doubled between 1880 and 1905. Mansions and houses in the construction style of historism, classicism and art nouveau have been characteristic for the town-scape until today. Wiesbaden´s particular flair has been an inspiration to many artists such as the composer Brahms and Wagner and the painter Alexej von Jawlensky. After 1945, the former world spa trans­­formed itself into a very modern state capital – but its particular character has retained until now. deinwiesbaden
  • 2. A 1 B C D 3 4 2 A B C D Sights 37. Neroberg Mountain (Opelbad, Monopteros) B1 See overleaf 38. Russian Church with Cemetery C1 See overleaf 39. Nerobergbahn (Mountain Train) B1 See overleaf 40. Castle Ruin Sonnenberg D1 Established around 1200 it was the most important bastion of the Dukes of Nassau. Duke Adolf, who was to be elected German king in 1292, resided here. Today the citadel is an imposing ruin. 41. Thermalbad Aukammtal (Thermal Bath) D1 The thermal bath “Thermalbad Aukammtal“ is a recreation facility with indoor and outdoor pools, an extensive sauna and an assortment of spa services. 42. Pharmaceutical Herbal Gardens D1 On an area of about 5,500 sqm, 200 types of trees, bushes and herbs used for medicinal purposes have been planted and are explained. 43. Solmsschlösschen (Villa) C2 Magnificent villa with bay windows and corner towers. It was erected by Prince Albrecht zu Solms-Braunfels between 1890 and 1892. 44. thalhaus (Theatre) C1 The thalhaus offers a wide range of cultural events such as films, an art gallery, literature, cabaret, music and theatre. 45. Velvets Theatre C3 The fascination of light and colour is combined with black theatre, masque and puppetry, drama, song, dance, film and pantomime. 46. Sektkellerei Henkell Co C3 In 1909, the champagne production facility was established by company founder Otto Henkell and architect Paul Bonatz. The splendid foyer is worked in Greek and Italian marble and was decorated with opulent Roccoco plasterwork. The Henkell Shop features a wide range of products. 47. Biebrich Palace with Park C4 Biebrich Palace, a magnificent three-winged Baroque resi- dence, was erected between 1700 and 1750 directly on the banks of the Rhine River. It was the abode of the sovereigns and later Dukes of Nassau. The rotunda and galleries provide the venue for prestigious functions held by the Minister President of the State of Hessen. 48. Schierstein Harbour A4 With its promenade the harbour is a popular place for leisure time activities or simply to find relaxation. Nearly all types of water sports can be found here: motor boat cruising, rowing, canoeing and sailing. 49. Henkell Ice Rink B2 Wiesbaden’s only winter sport facility with an ice skating rink of 60 by 30 metres. Operation: all year round; inline skating in summer. 50. Schloss Freudenberg (Freudenberg Castle) A3 Built in 1904 by Paul Schultze-Naumburg for a couple of artists, the castle now houses Freudenberg‘s “experience for developing the senses and the mind.“ 51. Fasanerie (Zoo and Botanical Gardens) A1 The Fasanerie was erected in 1745 as a hunting lodge. Since 1955, the park has been home to botanical and animal life. A special educational attraction for children to experience nature and wildlife. 52. Jagdschloss Platte (Former Hunting Lodge) B1 It lies 7 km above Wiesbaden, situated on a forest terrain plateau and offers a remarkable view of the region. The “hunting lodge“ was built between 1823 and 1826 by Duke William of Nassau. Today, it is a unique venue for various events. 53. Harlekinäum (Museum) D3 The Harlekinäum is the world’s only museum of humour. There are eight rooms full of an off-beat collection of humorous ideas. Clinics Health Centres (hc) 54. Asklepios Paulinen Klinik und Asklepios Gesundheitszentrum B2 55. Aukamm-Klinik D1 56. CMC Facharztzentrum C2 57. DKD Deutsche Klinik für Diagnostik D1 58. GGS OP-Zentrum Wiesbaden-Biebrich C4 59. HELIOS Dr. Horst Schmidt Kliniken A3 60. HELIOS Dr. Horst Schmidt Kliniken, Location Wilhelm Fresenius Klinik D1 61. Klaus-Miehlke-Klinik D1 62. Klinik am Sonnenberg D1 63. Laserzentrum Wiesbaden C2 64. Neurologisches Reha-Zentrum Wiesbaden D1 65. Otto-Fricke-Krankenhaus Wiesbaden C4 66. Reha-Klinik Aukammtal D1 67. St. Josefs-Hospital und Medicum Facharztzentrum C2 68. Vitos Rheingau gemeinnützige GmbH B1 69. Qimoto-Zentrum für Sportmedizin C3 70. 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Willy-Brandt- Allee/VHS Zietenring Wielandstr. Schlacht- hof Nordstrander Str. Gymnasium Mosbacher Berg Freizeitbad/ Velvets Theater Carl-von- Linde-Str. Südfried- hof Äppelallee Bahnhof Wi-Ost Biebrich Friedhof Faaker Str. Robert-Krekel- Anlage Unterer Zwerchweg Steinberger Str. Wörther-See-Str. Äppelallee- Center Bürgermeister- Schneider-Str. Hafen Oderstr. Rhein- gaustr. Zeilstr. Berufsschulzentrum Gutenberg- Center Am Sportfeld/Fahrschule Zöll Haupt- bahnhof Mainz Isaac-Fulda- Allee/Aareon AG Pfarrer- Dorn-Str. Wilhelm- Raabe-Str. Zwerch- allee Zwerch- allee August- Bebel-Str. Dr.-Horst- Schmidt- Kliniken Schelmen- graben Bahnhof Bremthal Niedernhausen Bahnhof Bahnhof Hochheim Zieglerstr. Venatorstr. Wolfsfeld Raiffeisen- platz Parkstr. Neufeldstr.Neufeldstr. Kirschen- bergstr. Heßloch Bahnholz Eigenheim Wolken- bruch Platte (Saisonbetrieb Winter bei Schnee) Nordfriedhof Nerotal Hofgartenplatz Württem- bergstr. Zweigstr. Überm Wald Zimmerplatz Zeilring Kitzelberg Fondetter Str. Friedhof Bremthal Eppsteiner Str. Am Wald Altes Rathaus Winterstr. West- ring Rosenheimer Str. Tor zum Rheingau Ländches- halle Karl-Drebert- Str. Heinrich-von- Brentano-Schule Egerstr. Berliner Platz Erlenstr. Schule Kriem- hildenstr. Flugplatz Joh.‐Sebastian‐ Bach‐Str. R.-Schumann‐ Schule Abeggstr. 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Sektkellerei KG, Wiesbaden Marketing GmbH. Circulation: 30.000; Date of printing: July 2016 44 54 P 40 41 42 49 48 46 50 51 52 53 57 56 60 59 58 61 55 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 47 boarding pier 39 37 i Wiesbaden suburbs on the Rhine river: Schierstein and Biebrich 44 38 43 45 i