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The Drususstein lies in citadel of Mainz in Germany. This is a masonry block lying on the grounds with a Roman origin. It was cast in marble originally and is the remains of a cenotaph. This cenotaph was erected in honor of General Drusus by the Roman troops in BCE 9. This block later was used as a watchtower during the medieval times.
The Staatstheater Mainz lies in the city of Mainz in Germany. This theater holds performances of drama, opera, etc. Constructed around 1833 in Neo-Classical style, the great hall of the theater was destroyed during World War II and was eventually restored. It was constructed by Georg Moller and is currenty owned and operated by the Rhineland-Palatinate state. Ballet, concerts and young theater are also showcased here.
Six roulette and three black jack gaming tables, bar, and gaming machines await in this casino with a view of the Rhein river.
Initially in borders of Paris, the Fortress of Mainz was a military fort that played a major role in the Peace of Paris treaty and was passed to Prussia during the Austro-Prussian War. After then the state unified with Germany, and the castle went to the German Empire. Established in the 17th Century, the fortress of Mainz was was known for its strategic architecture, making it one of the strongest forts in the region consisting of bastions, a citadel and many other structures.