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    Zeitreise in die Belle Epoque
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    Time travel to the Belle Epoque
    At the request of Kaiser Wilhelm II, Friedrich von Thiersch built the Kurhaus in neoclassical style between 1904 and 1907 for six million gold marks. With its twelve magnificent halls and salons, it is the ideal venue for galas and events as well as seminars, congresses and symposia, and the foyer impresses with its 21-metre-high dome and is predestined for receptions and exhibitions. State-of-the-art technical comfort, a variety of different sized halls and rooms with a complete service in organization and catering are the basis of a successful synthesis of historically unique and beautiful rooms in an ideal location and optimal infrastructure.Kurhaus Wiesbaden is surrounded by greenery and magnificent historic buildings. Right next door are the Theater-Kolonnaden with the baroque Hessian State Theatre. At 129 meters, the colonnades opposite are the longest columned hall in Europe. Additional rooms are available here for other events, special fairs and exhibitions. Between the colonnades and in front of the Kurhaus is the Bowling Green with its two three-tiered cascading fountains, framed by avenues of plane trees. In addition to excellent restaurants with a sophisticated atmosphere, there is a variety of relaxation and recreation options in quiet places and in the adjoining, extensive spa gardens with a large pond and beautiful trees. The elegant Wilhelmstrasse with its boutiques, pretty cafés and antique stores in the adjoining Taunusstrasse is a wonderful place for a stroll. Almost the entire range of hotels and accommodation is also in the immediate vicinity.
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