Wiesbaden is the capital of the federal state of Hesse and part of the Frankfurt Metropolitan Area, together with Frankfurt am Main, Darmstadt and Mainz. In fact, Mainz is just in front of Wiesbaden, on the other side of the Rhine River (Mainz is in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate), and Frankfurt (also part of the state of Hesse) is about 40 km to the east or half an hour maximum by highway. “Baden” is translated by “spa” or “bath”, since there are thermal springs in the area. Wiesbaden is also a hub for the United States Army, being the home to the US Army Europe Headquarters. Here are some photos of this city.

Biebrich Palace – one of the main sights of Wiesbaden.

Bonifatiuskirche – another important sight.




Wiesbaden Academy for Psychotherapy…

… the headquarters of my school of Positive Psychotherapy.

Bonifatiusplatz and the side of Bonifatiuskirche.

Friedrichstraße on a rainy day.

Galeria Kaufhof.


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