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In , Wiesbaden became the headquarters of the British Army of the Rhine until the withdrawal of occupying forces from the Rhineland in In , an airport was constructed in Erbenheim on the site of a horse-racing track. In , Fighter Squadron 53 of the Luftwaffe was stationed here. In the Kristallnacht pogrom on November 10, , Wiesbaden's large synagogue on Michelsberg was destroyed.
The synagogue had been designed by Phillip Hoffmann and built in Another synagogue in Wiesbaden-Bierstadt was also destroyed. When the Nazis came to power in Germany, there were 2, Jews living in Wiesbaden.
By June nearly all of them had been deported to the death camps in Poland. General Ludwig Beck from Wiesbaden was one of the planners of the July 20, assassination attempt of Adolf Hitler. Beck was designated by his fellow conspirators to be future Head of State Regent after elimination of Hitler. The plot failed, however, and Beck was forced to commit suicide.
Today, the city annually awards the Ludwig Beck prize for civil courage in his honor. He presented his last sermon before his arrest in Wiesbaden's Market Church. This military district included the Eifel , part of Hesse , the Palatinate , and the Saarland. The commander was General der Infanterie Walther Schroth. Wehrkreis XII was made up of three subordinate regions: Bereich Hauptsitze Koblenz , Mannheim and Metz.
During the war, Wiesbaden was largely spared by allied bombing raids. But between August and March , Wiesbaden was attacked by Allied bombers on 66 days. Wiesbaden was captured by U. Army forces on March 28, The attack started at and by early afternoon the two forces of the 80th U. Infantry Division had linked up with the loss of only three dead and three missing. The Americans captured German soldiers and a warehouse full of 4, cases of champagne.
After the war's end, American rock artist Elvis Presley was stationed in Friedberg and often visited Wiesbaden. After World War II, the state of Hesse was established see Greater Hesse , and Wiesbaden became its capital, though nearby Frankfurt am Main is much larger and contains many Hessian government offices.
Wiesbaden however suffered much less than Frankfurt from air bombing. There is a persistent rumour that the U. Army Air Force spared the town with the intention of turning it into a postwar HQ, but USAAF sources claim this to be a myth, arguing that Wiesbaden's economic and strategic importance simply did not justify more bombing. Wiesbaden is now home to the U.
Wiesbaden has long been famous for its thermal springs and spa. Use of the thermal springs was first documented by the Romans. The business of spring bathing became important for Wiesbaden near the end of the Middle Ages.
By , 16 bath houses were in operation. By , the city had 2, inhabitants and 23 bath houses. By , Wiesbaden, with a population of 86,, hosted , visitors annually. In those years, more millionaires were living in Wiesbaden than in any other city in Germany. Gambling followed bathing en suite , and in the 19th century, Wiesbaden was famous for both. In , the Prussian-dominated imperial government closed down all German gambling houses.
The Wiesbaden casino was reopened in List of largest groups of foreign residents of Wiesbaden: According to the statistical office of Wiesbaden the share of Muslims in the city was about 12,6 percent at the end of calculation based on migrant numbers. The ducal palace was begun under William, Duke of Nassau. Its foundations were laid in and it was completed in November two years after William's death.
For the twenty-six remaining years of ducal authority it was the residence of the ruling family. It later served as a secondary residence for the King of Prussia to It was later used as a headquarters for French and British occupying forces after World War I, then as a museum. Since , the building has served as Landtag parliamentary building for the federal state of Hesse.
The site of the palace had been that of a castle, probably from the early Middle Ages, around which the city had developed. While nothing is known of the former castle, remains of it were uncovered during excavations after World War II. The new town hall was built in Engraved in the paving in front of the town hall are the heraldic eagle of the Holy Roman Empire , the lion of Nassau, and the fleur-de-lis of Wiesbaden.
The old town hall, built in , is the oldest preserved building in the city center and now is used as a civil registry office. The Protestant Marktkirche "market church" was built from to in a neo-Gothic style. Its western steeple is 92 metres feet in height, making the church the highest building in the city.
Its famous Spielbank casino is again in operation. In front of the Kurhaus is a lawn known as the Bowling Green. To one side of the Bowling Green is the Kurhaus Kolonnade.
Built in , the meter structure is the longest hall in Europe supported by pillars. To the other side is the Theater Kolonnade, built in It is adjacent to the Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden , built between and Bonifatius , the first church for the Catholic community after the Reformation , was built from until by Philipp Hoffmann in Gothic Revival style and dedicated to Saint Boniface.
The Russian Orthodox Church of Saint Elizabeth was built on the Neroberg from to by Duke Adolf of Nassau on the occasion of the early death of his wife Elizabeth Mikhailovna , who died in childbirth. The architect was Philipp Hoffmann. Another building from the regency of Duke Wilhelm is the Luisenplatz, a square named for the Duke's first wife.
It is surrounded by Neoclassicist buildings, and in the middle of the square is the Waterloo Obelisk , commemorating the Nassauers who died in the wars against Napoleon. Apart from the palace in the center, the ducal family had a large palace on the banks of the Rhine, known as Schloss Biebrich. This baroque building was erected in the first half of the 18th century. North of the city is the Neroberg. From the top of this hill it is possible to view a panorama of the city. The Nerobergbahn funicular railway connects the city with the hill.
One of the three Hessian state museums, Museum Wiesbaden is located in Wiesbaden. Other churches are the Bergkirche , completed in in Gothic Revival style, and the Lutherkirche , finished in in Jugendstil. The Warme Damm is a 4. The park was created in — and is named after the medieval fortifications around a pond into which the warm waters of the town's 26 warm springs flowed.
The city of Wiesbaden is divided into 26 boroughs: The 21 suburban districts were incorporated in four phases from to Wiesbaden is well connected to the German motorway Autobahn system. With approximately , cars daily it is one of the most heavily used interchange in Germany. The Bundesautobahn 66 A 66 connects Wiesbaden with Frankfurt. The Bundesautobahn A is mainly a commuter motorway which starts in the south of the city centre, runs through the southern part of Wiesbaden crosses the Rhine via the Schierstein Bridge and connect in the northwestern part of Mainz to the A The downtown area is bordered on the north side by Taunusstrasse, which has once featured many antique stores.
The streets of central Wiesbaden are regularly congested with cars during rush hour. Wiesbaden Hauptbahnhof is connected to the Cologne-Frankfurt high-speed rail line by a kilometer branch line. More services to locations outside the immediate area connect through Mainz or Frankfurt Airport or Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof.
Regional trains and bus services are coordinated by the Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund. All routes have an at least 30 minute service during the day, in the rush hour partially every 15 minutes schedule. The city's public transportation service ESWE Verkehr connects all city districts to downtown by 45 bus lines in the daytime and 9 bus lines in the night. Five more bus lines, operated by the public transportation service of the city of Mainz, connects Wiesbaden's districts Kastel and Kostheim to Mainz downtown.
The city can easily be accessed from around the world via Frankfurt Airport Flughafen Frankfurt am Main which is located 15 kilometres 9. The airport has four runways and serves non-stop destinations. Run by transport company Fraport it ranks among the world's 10 busiest airports by passenger traffic and is the second busiest airport by cargo traffic in Europe.
The airport also serves as a hub for Condor and as the main hub for German flag carrier Lufthansa. Depending on whether total passengers or flights are used, it ranks second or third busiest in Europe alongside London Heathrow Airport and Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. Passenger traffic at Frankfurt Airport in was The airport can be reached by car or train and has two railway stations , one for regional and one for long-distance traffic.
The S-Bahn lines S8 and S9 direction Offenbach Ost or Hanau Hbf departing at the regional train station take 30 minutes from the airport to Wiesbaden Central Station, the ICE trains departing at the long-distance railway station take also 30 minutes to the central station.
Hahn Airport is a major base for low-cost carrier Ryanair. This airport can be reached by car or bus. The nearest train station is in Traben-Trarbach , it is ca. The roads are not lit. There are small container port operations nearby on the rivers Rhine and Main. The airfield was one of the points of origin for flights to Berlin in support of Operation Vittles the Berlin airlift during the Soviet blockade of Berlin.
General Clay, the commander of the US occupation zone in Germany, was the architect of the airlift. The United States Army runs a garrison in Wiesbaden. The facilities for US soldiers and families are spread across various locations including: Aukamn, Hainerberg, Mainz-Kastel and the Wiesbaden Army-Airfield, where the names of the streets are named after servicemen and women who sacrificed their lives during the Berlin Airlift.
Wiesbaden is also home to the "Industriepark Kalle-Albert", an industrial park in the southern quarter of Biebrich. It is one of the largest in Germany with over 80 companies from the pharmaceutical and chemical industries, including Agfa-Gevaert , Clariant , Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation , and Shin-Etsu Chemical. The park was founded by chemical company Hoechst AG in Established in , it is one of the most distinguished international theatre and music festivals in the world.
The festival features performances of plays, musicals, operas, and ballets. Concerts from a wide array of music are featured, as are artistic circus acts and modern dance presentations.
Lectures, recitals, cabaret performances, and readings are also featured. At booths, Rheingau and Wiesbaden vintners offer their wine and sparkling wine and invite to discover the already well known and favored, but also new vintages. Every year thousands of visitors use this opportunity to get acquainted with Rheingau Riesling wines and all their various facets and flavors. Regional specialities compatible with the wines are offered as well.
A diversified musical program entertains the wine festival guests. Initiated more than 30 years ago by the Rheingau vintners, this wine festival has a long tradition. The Sternschnuppenmarkt takes place from the end of November until December 23 every year and is open from Monday until Thursday The market is related to the city arms of Wiesbaden: Four gates and an illuminated floral roof symbolizing Fleur-de-lis , consisting of twelve over ten metre high and twelve metre wide luminous lilies, emboss the Sternschnuppenmarkt.