Karlsruhe used to be one of the most beautiful cities in Germany before the war. Its name is connected to its history. It actually means “Karl’s repose,” and according to legend, the name was given to the new city after a hunting trip when Margrave Charles III William of Baden-Durlach woke from a dream in which he…
“I am always a tourist, whether I go on a trip abroad or when I am walking in old familiar places of my childhood.”
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Reflections on the twlight of life at Bad Kissingen, “a Mykonos for the old, a Mallorca in Germany, an island without sea.”
Amidst the autumn leaves, fallen on the ground with their brown, orange, yellow, golden colours, stand the palace gardens with their baroque design of meanders and circles, forever green.