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48.750518, 8.246942 ~ Assassination attempt on Wilhelm I (1861) ~ On 14 July 1861 the first assassination attempt on King Wilhelm I von Preußen was commited in the Lichtentaler Allee. The king was only injured slightly. ~ Calendar.png; 48.744495, 8.261057 ~ Brahmshaus ~ In the Brahmshaus the famous composer Johannes Brahms spent several summer seasons. Today a museum is housed here. ~ Museum-historical.png; 48.755851, 8.239817 ~ Brenners Park-Restaurant ~ The Brenners Park-Restaurant is the most highly awarded restaurant in Baden-Baden. ~ Restaurant.png; 48.759268, 8.239865 ~ Buberlbrunnen ~ The Buberlbrunnen features the statue of a naked boy by August Kraus. ~ Fountain.png; 48.762684, 8.240281 ~ Büttenquelle ~ The Büttenquelle is a wall fountain, with a thermal spring supplying it. ~ Fountain.png; 48.76386, 8.245252 ~ Caracalla Therme ~ The Caracalla Therme is a modern thermal baths with lots of spa offerings. ~ Pool.png; 48.776542, 8.24456 ~ Castle Hohenbaden ~ Castle Hohenbaden was the first castle of the magraviate of Baden. Today it is a ruin, that can be visited free of charge. ~ Fortress.png; 48.749944, 8.249786 ~ Dahlia Garden ~ The Dahlia Garden is located in the Lichtentaler Allee. In spring tulips and in the late summer dahlias are blooming here. ~ Garden.png; 48.757169, 8.237993 ~ Empress Augusta Monument ~ The Empress Augusta Monument in the Lichtentaler Allee is reminiscent of Empress Augusta von Sachsen-Weimar-Eisenach, who visited Baden-Baden quite frequently. ~ Statue.png; 48.76212, 8.243433 ~ Fabergé Museum ~ The Fabergé Museum is dedicated to the art of Carl Fabergé ~ Museum-historical.png; 48.766855, 8.232292 ~ Festspielhaus ~ The Festspielhaus is Germany's largest opera and concert hall. It belongs to the most important cultural institutions in Europe. ~ Theater.png; 48.763352, 8.242639 ~ Fettquelle ~ The Fettquelle is publicly accessible thermal fountain. ~ Fountain.png; 48.763018, 8.242334 ~ Friedrichsbad ~ The Friedrichsbad is a Roman-Irish thermal baths ~ Pool.png; 48.759824, 8.238485 ~ Goetheplatz ~ The Goetheplatz is known as the square in front of the theater. It marks the beginning of the Lichtentaler Allee and Baden-Baden's Museum Mile. ~ Citysquare.png; 48.753391, 8.241298 ~ Gönneranlage ~ The Gönneranlage is a rose garden within the Lichtentaler Allee, which was constructed in the style of French baroque gardens. Visitors can admire 400 different sorts of roses. ~ Garden.png; 48.750573, 8.244962 ~ Hirtenhäuschen ~ The Hirtenhäuschen is a timber-framed building from the late 18th century. Shepherds grazing their herds on the Klosterwiese used the house as an accommodation. ~ Home-2.png; 48.759398, 8.24162 ~ Hotel Deutscher Kaiser ~ The Hotel Deutscher Kaiser is a hotel near the city center of Baden-Baden, which was rated with 3 stars by the German hotel and gastronomy organisation DEHOGA. ~ Hotel.png; 48.760709, 8.237197 ~ Kurgarten ~ The Kurgarten is the park in front of the Kurhaus, where regularly large events take place. ~ Garden.png; 48.760344, 8.236544 ~ Kurhaus ~ The Kurhaus is the center of Baden-Baden's spa district. It contains the famous Casino. ~ House.png; 48.759602, 8.240866 ~ Le Jardin de France ~ The restaurant Le Jardin de France is one of three Baden-Baden restaurants, that was awarded one Michelin star. ~ Restaurant.png; 48.758399, 8.238819 ~ Lichtentaler Allee ~ The Lichtentaler Allee is an unique park in Baden-Baden. ~ Park.png; 48.759261, 8.243745 ~ Markgraf-Ludwig-Gymnasium ~ The Markgraf-Ludwig-Gymnasium is an academic highschool that focuses on science. ~ School.png; 48.757965, 8.237862 ~ Museum Frieder Burda ~ The Museum Frieder Burda is a well-known collector's museum with art of the expressionism. ~ Museum-historical.png; 48.759139, 8.238162 ~ Museum LA8 ~ The Museum LA8 shows twice a year temporary exhibitions addressing topics of the 19th century. ~ Museum-historical.png; 48.728541, 8.160238 ~ Reblandmuseum ~ The Reblandmuseum is a museum for the history of the Rebland, which is run by volunteers. ~ Museum-historical.png; 48.761514, 8.241338 ~ Reiherbrunnen ~ The Reiherbrunnen in the Sophienstraße is a thermal water fountain. ~ Fountain.png; 48.776563, 8.246471 ~ Ritterplatte ~ The Ritterplatte is rock plate above the Old Castle. It offers a great view at the Old Castle, Baden-Baden and the Rhine valley. ~ Sight.png; 48.759053, 8.238319 ~ Rive Gauche ~ The Rive Gauche is a restaurant and café in the Museum Mile in Baden-Baden. In good weather the guests are sitting at the terrace within the park Lichtentaler Allee. ~ Restaurant.png; 48.762966, 8.242915 ~ Roman Bath Ruins ~ The imperials baths are located below the Marktplatz. The soldier baths near the Friedrichsbad can be visited. ~ Museum-historical.png; 48.756507, 8.228711 ~ Rosenneuheitengarten Beutig ~ The Rosenneuheitengarten Beutig is an international rose trial, in which 100 rose novelties are presented and awarded every year. ~ Garden.png; 48.724251, 8.177539 ~ Röttele's Restaurant and Residence ~ Röttele's Restaurant and Residence in the Castle Neuweier is one of three Baden-Baden restaurants having one Michelin star. ~ Restaurant.png; 48.758411, 8.238044 ~ Staatliche Kunsthalle ~ The Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden is a museum of classical, modern and contemporary art. ~ Museum-historical.png; 48.755038, 8.237907 ~ Stadtmuseum ~ The Stadtmuseum documents the history of Baden-Baden. ~ Museum-historical.png; 48.762901, 8.241159 ~ Stiftskirche ~ The Stiftskirche (collegiate church) contains a lot of tombs of the margraves of Baden. ~ Church.png; 48.763216, 8.233193 ~ Stourdza Chapel ~ The Stourdza Chapel contains the family grave of the Romanian royal family Stourdza. ~ Chapel.png; 48.759719, 8.238149 ~ Theater ~ The theater at the Goetheplatz was erected in the middle of the 19th century. It is a theater with an own theater ensemble. ~ Theater.png; 48.76173, 8.236699 ~ Trinkhalle ~ The 19th century Trinkhalle Baden-Baden is a classy place for drinking the waters of the thermal springs. 14 mural paintings in the arcade illustrate regional legends. ~ House.png; 48.756582, 8.238673 ~ Turgenev Monument ~ The Turgenev Monument in the Lichtentaler Allee recalls the Russian writer Ivan Turgenev. ~ Statue.png