The capitol of Hesse,
the pearl of classicism buildings,
the city of the thermal springs,
of the high lifeart,
of wine an champagne,
and last but not least the emperors summer queen.
Because the emperor Wilhelm II. had every summer a stay for
wellness holiday in the town.
This and other reasons brought the city in the late 19th and the
early 20th century a tremendous recovery. The historical buildings
from this epoch characterize Wiesbaden now over 100 years.
Come with me to an expedition in the most green german
metropolis and see how the romans, dukes, the emperor and
the americans made Wiesbaden to the town, which it is now.