Michelsberg Synagogue Memorial
Since 2011, the site of Wiesbaden’s largest pre-war synagogue, built in 1869 and destroyed in 1938, has been marked by a memorial that...
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Lonely Planet review
Built in 1913 as a municipal bathhouse on the site of a Roman steam bath, the gorgeous Kaiser-Friedrich-Therme, still run by the city, lets you experience ‘Irish-Roman’ spa culture by availing yourself of a succession of saunas and pools fed by water naturally heated to 66.4°C. Bathrobes and towels can be rented; swimsuits are unnecessary as, in keeping with Saunakultur, this place is ‘textile-free’. Actually, bathing suits are banned only in the sauna (you just wear a towel); elsewhere, nudity is merely a recommendation. Tuesday is for women only. Shower before entering the pools. The minimum age is 16. Payment is made at the end – the wristband they give you tells the cashier your arrival time.