A museum solely dedicated to mechanical instruments, the Siegfried's Mechanisches Musikkabinett is delightfully refreshing and unique. The museum offers guided tours for large groups where the guides demonstrate the intricacies of these antique instruments whilst also playing them.
The Niederwalddenkmal lies in Hesse, Germany. This monument is found in the Niederwald Landscape park and it was designed by architect Karl Weisbach and created by sculptor Johannes Schilling. This magnificent monument cost one million marks to make at the time. It was made in commemoration of the German Empire foundation post the Franco-Prussian War.
Rüdesheim-am-Rhein is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is home to many interesting places. The Drosselgasse in the city's old town is a tourist magnet and is a popular street for locals as well. This 15th-century cobbled street is dotted with quaint restaurants, cafes, wine bars, garden taverns, historical structures and little souvenir shops. Live music is the norm here, any time of the day or night. Bustling with activity that defines the local culture of the town, Drosselgasse is one of the most fascinating tourist attractions of Rüdesheim am Rhein.
St. Martin is a catholic parish church in Lorch am Rhein that is known for its beautiful Gothic altar, a masterpiece by famed German artist Hans von Worms circa 1483. The church's massive tower overlooks the wine and culture rich city. Another unique feature is in a part of the organ called the 'Riesling-register' which once pressed makes chirping sounds of birds and opens the hidden door behind the two bottles places in the Riesling and reveals two wine glasses.
St. Stephan, Mainz, known locally as St. Stephan zu Mainz is a collegiate church and has the oldest Gothic hall in the district of Upper Rhine. The church's history dates back to 990 CE when it was originally built. Over the centuries, the church has seen a lot of changes and rebuilding. It is famed for its unique blue Chagall choir windows created by renowned Russian Jewish artist Marc Chagall between 1978 - 1985. The nine stained glasses depict scenes from the Old Testament highlighting the common Christian and Jewish traditions and are done in luminescent blue. The church is also one of Mainz's important churches.
Stretching to an area of 75,000 square meters (807293 square feet), the Kurpark in Wiesbaden is a spectacular public park that has been praised by many as the most scenic park in the city. Established in 1852, the park boasts of a lake in the middle of the park where visitors can enjoy boating. Also found here is a fountain that is 6 meters (19 feet) high.
Kath. Kirche Maria Himmelfahrt is a tranquil church located in Hallgarten. This serene place of worship is home to a marvelous architecture that attracts hordes of tourists who come here to explore the architecture of the region. Besides regular prayers and services, the Kath. Kirche Maria Himmelfahrt also hosts concerts, live musicals and community events like weddings in its premises.
Apart from hosting events like concerts and dance shows, VTR-Halle is also used as a training venue by athletes.
This church known as the Triangelis Johanneskirche is a brick structure that is architecturally magnificent. It is neo-Gothic and dates back to 1865. The most striking elements of this building are the butresses that are a key part of Gothic architecture. The tall spire can be seen from afar and is picturesque. Inside the church has three pathways along its main hall. The ceiling is white and there are stained glass windows to give the church a sober feel.