CAOZXIt was the evening when it arrived, and the sunset shining on the church that was originally made of red bricks was very bright. I walked around the church and took some nice photos, but it was too late to be able to visit inside.
godknowsThe Old Town Hall of Wiesbaden was built in the Renaissance style in 1610, on the edge of the central square. Not majestic, but very elegant. It was in the morning when we went. very quiet. But you can imagine the noisy scene in the evening.
轻轻的一个蚊An orthodox church. There is an Orthodox church in Wiesbaden, and its full name is "Russian Orthodox Church", which is simply too rare in Germany in the north of Western Europe. Orthodox Church and Catholicism are the two major branches of Christianity (Of course, Protestantism was separated from Catholicism), which was completely caused by the separation of the ancient Roman Empire.
Elizabeth left this world because of a dystocia. Therefore, the distressed Duke of Nassau personally chose the burial place for his wife around the old city. In order to be able to see her in the city, the Orthodox church was built for her on the hill west of the old town of Wiesbaden, and his wife Elizabeth was buried in the church.
_FB***19A must-visit nice little square with photogenic architecture, souvenir shops and Christmas market in December. Great place for an Instagram photo if you could manage to wait till there are not so many tourists in the background.
## In Hessen, it is the largest city in Rheingau and one of the oldest health resorts in Europe, with 26 hot springs and a cold spring.
In fact, the Baden German means hot springs, and the old hot springs in the city center still retain the architectural and bathing style of the Roman era.
The hot springs don't have time to go, look at the city hall in the city and admire the elegant buildings on both sides of the street.
From the diameter of the train station to the city hall, I saw many very neat and colorful buildings. I cant help but stop and enjoy the special mural art. The camera in the hands.
about 20 minutes away, I went to the city hall. There are many local people drinking coffee in a pleasant way. The city hall under the sun is very solemn and majestic, and the surrounding streets are very popular and enjoyable. Among them, it is very happy.
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There is nothing more like driving here, and enjoying a hot spring is more enjoyable. "This elegant city has a history of more than 2,000 years and dates back to the Roman period.
The Romans discovered the hot springs and built a bath for their soldiers on the grass. Church, the name of Wiesbaden was born, meaning the bathhouse on the grass.
These hot springs are not only used for recuperation, but also for fitness, more like the city hall, for indoor heating The city's unique natural gift, the ultimate enjoyment of ancient and modern, let Fabian happy to relax here by the Mainz on the other side.