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1. Staatliche Kunsthalle
As an internationally renowned exhibition institute, the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden in Baden-Baden is one of the oldest cultural institutions in the city and the region. Since its opening in 1909, as an exhibition hall of the Freie Künstlervereinigung Baden e. V. , it has been a showcase for classical, modern and contemporary art. Today, it is supported by the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts. Since May 2020, Çağla Ilk and Misal Adnan Yıldız – succeeding Johan Holten – have been the directors of the Kunsthalle as a duo.
The ruins of Alt-Eberstein are the remains of the former Schloss Eberstein, located on a hill near the town of Ebersteinburg and directly upstream of the modern city of Baden-Baden, in the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The original structure was built in 1100 as the primary residence of the Counts of Eberstein, but by the end of the 16th century had been abandoned and much of the castle was torn down to provide materials for other structures. Presently it is a German national monument and a State Palace of Baden-Wuerttemberg.
3. Goldenes Kreuz
The Goldenes Kreuz is a historic residential and commercial building at Lichtentaler Straße 13 in Baden-Baden, Germany. It was built from 1891 to 1893 according to plans by the architect Wilhelm Vittali (1859–1920). The five-storey, neo-baroque street façade is entirely made of white sandstone from the Murg valley. Columns and paving at the entrances on the ground floor are decorated with Swedish granite. The facades in the courtyard are facing with brick, windows and door frames are designed with white Murg Valley sandstone.
4. Museum Frieder Burda
The Museum Frieder Burda is an art museum in Baden-Baden, Germany, which was built according to a design by the architect Richard Meier and opened in October 2004. The private collector's museum is adjacent to the Kunsthalle Baden-Baden in Lichtentaler Allee. In addition to works of classical modernism and contemporary art from the collection of the builder and benefactor Frieder Burda, special exhibitions are regularly shown.
St. Bernhard, also Bernharduskirche, is a Catholic church in the Weststadt district of Baden-Baden. It was built between 1911 and 1914 by Johannes Schroth in Art Nouveau. It is consecrated to the blessed Margrave Bernhard II of Baden and is parish church of the community of the same name in the pastoral care unit in Baden-Baden in the Dean's Office Baden-Baden of the Archdiocese of Freiburg.
6. Neues Schloss
The new castle on the Florentine mountain in Baden-Baden was the seat of the Margraves of Baden from the late 15th to the end of the 17th century or from 1535 the Margrave of Baden-Baden. As a castle complex from the late Middle Ages, it has been converted and expanded several times. Today the listed building is owned by Kuwai investors who wanted to convert the castle into a luxury hotel.
The Fabergé Museum is a privately owned museum located in the German spa city of Baden-Baden, dedicated to items made by the Russian jewellery firm Fabergé. It was opened by Russian art collector Alexander Ivanov on 9 May 2009. It is owned by the private limited company Fabergé Museum GmbH, which was originally co-founded by Alexander Ivanov and Konstantin Goloshchapov in January 2008.
The Gönneranlage in Baden-Baden is a park located directly on the Oos in the area of Lichtentaler Allee. It was donated by the german-American coffee king Hermann Sielcken, named after the mayor of Baden-Baden Albert Gönner, designed by Max Laeuger and laid out between 1909 and 1912.
Baden-Baden is a spa town in the state of Baden-Württemberg, south-western Germany, at the north-western border of the Black Forest mountain range on the small river Oos, ten kilometres east of the Rhine, the border with France, and forty kilometres north-east of Strasbourg, France.
The Romanian Orthodox chapel of Holy Archangel Michael in Baden-Baden, known as the Stourdza chapel, was built between 1863 and 1866 in the new classicist style according to plans by the architect Leo von Klenze and Georg von Dollmann. It stands on the Michaelsberg in Baden-Baden.
11. Palais Biron
Palais Biron is a building at Lichtentaler Straße 92 in Baden-Baden, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The original family residence is now a conference venue. In the coach house of the house there is a branch office of the IHK Karlsruhe. The Lichtentaler Allee leads past the site.
The Church of St. Joseph is a Roman Catholic parish church in Baden-Baden, Germany. It is located at Lichtentaler Straße 90a and is responsible for the city center of Baden-Baden. Together with six other churches, it belongs to the pastoral care unit Baden-Baden.
13. Badischer Hof
Badischer Hof is a hotel in Baden-Baden, Germany. It was built between 1807 and 1809 through the conversion of an old Capuchin monastery by Friedrich Weinbrenner and was the first luxury hotel in Baden-Baden and the first palace hotel in Germany.
14. Altes Schloss
Hohenbaden Castle in German Baden-Baden was the residence of the margraves of Baden for almost 400 years. The castle was built around 1100 by Herman II, Margrave of Baden (1074–1130) on the west flank of the Battert rock.
15. Russian Orthodox Church of The Transfiguration of Our Lord
16. Autobahnkirche Baden-Baden St. Christophorus
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