Today, the art association Eisenturm Mainz e.V. founded in 1975 allows you to take in the history of the tower and at the same time enjoy contemporary art. Exhibitions are shown in the tower's rooms. Find information on current exhibitions and opening hours on the art association Eisenturm’s website (www.kunstverein-eisenturm-mainz.de).
Arch of Dativius Victor From mid-third century Mainz survives a small honorific arch, dedicated by a man named Dativius Victor to the imperial family. The real monument is in the Landesmuseum, but there's a copy along the road to the nearby Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum.
Biebrich Palace (German: Schloss Biebrich) is a Baroque residence in the borough of Biebrich in the city of Wiesbaden, Hesse, Germany. Built in 1702 by Prince Georg August Samuel of Nassau-Idstein, it served as the ducal residence for the independent Duchy of Nassau from 1816 until 1866.
The Electoral Palace in Mainz (German: Kurfürstliches Schloss zu Mainz) is the former city Residenz of the Archbishop of Mainz, who was also Prince-Elector of his electoral state within the Holy Roman Empire. It is one of the important Renaissance buildings in Germany.
Im Dreißigjährigen Krieg war Rüsselsheim Durchgangsstation zu der umkämpften Festung Mainz und fungierte als Pendant zur neu errichteten Gustavsburg. Nach der Einnahme und der darauf erfolgten Sprengung durch französische Truppen im Pfälzischen Erbfolgekrieg 1689 hatte die Festung Rüsselsheim ihre militärische Bedeutung verloren.
The Gutenberg Museum is one of the oldest museums of printing in the world, located opposite the cathedral in the old part of Mainz, Germany. It is named after Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of printing from movable metal type in Western Europe. The collections include printing equipment and examples of printed materials from many cultures.
The palatinate complex is located in the cadastral area of Nieder-Ingelheim, 15 km west of Mainz, in der cadastral section „Im Saal“ at a slope with look-out to the Rhine plains. From the buildings of the Imperial Palace impressive relics above ground are preserved today.
Mainz, Germany (DE) The Iron Tower is a mediaeval tower dating to the early 13th century, and modified in the 15th century, which with the Wood Tower and the Alexander Tower is one of three remaining towers from the city walls of Mainz, Germany.
The eponymous series of works extends over the three horizontal spaces of Kunsthalle Mainz, following a set choreography. Step for step, room for room, the visitors approach a rave. They follow the rhythms and sounds of electronic music, becoming ever more submerged in a setting veiled by wafting mist until they reach the heart of the exhibition: a film shot in a palm-oil plantation in the Far East.
Mainz Cathedral or St. Martin's Cathedral (German: Mainzer Dom, Martinsdom or, officially, Der Hohe Dom zu Mainz) is located near the historical center and pedestrianized market square of the city of Mainz, Germany. This 1000-year-old Roman Catholic cathedral is the site of the episcopal see of the Bishop of Mainz.
The citadel today. Today the citadel is owned by the city of Mainz and accommodates numerous municipal offices. The Mainz Citadel belongs officially to the cultural heritage since 1907. The trench in the southern part of the citadel had been considered natural heritage since the 1980s.
Im Juni 2004 eröffnet und 2017 renoviert bietet das Mainzer Fastnachtsmuseum einen Überblick über das seit 1837 in organisierter Form gefeierte Volksfest. Das 1972 gegründete Mainzer Fastnachtsarchiv sammelt und katalogisiert Dokumente und andere Archivalien aus den Vereinen der Mainzer Fastnacht.
The Marktbrunnen in Mainz is a renaissance fountain located at the ″Markt″ (market place) of Mainz. It was donated by elector Albert of Mainz and crafted in the workshop of the Mainz sculpturer Hans Backoffen. The Marktbrunnen represents one of the first architectural formed decorated fountains of the renaissance.
Lower ring: Brotherly Love: The work of women as Sower, distributing the children's bread and nursing the wounded, with between large fields icons and emblems of denominations and Mainz institutions. Tke lower part is the area decorated with nails representing the donations.
Rettbergsaue (Island): The Rettbergsaue owes its name to the baron Carl von Rettberg, who, in the year 1832, bought the largest part of the island located on the Rhine River as well as the estate situated on it for approximately 1,125 guilders for agricultural purposes, but later sold them again due to financial reasons for 50,000 guilders.
The Roman Theatre in Mainz, Rhineland Palatinate (ancient Mogontiacum) was excavated in the late 1990s. It is located immediately next to the Mainz Römisches Theater station and was once the largest Roman theatre north of the Alps, with a diameter of 116 metres, a stage-width of 42 metres, and a capacity of roughly ten thousand people.
English: The sanctuary of Isis and Mater Magna, Mainz. Español: Santuario de Isis y de Magna Mater en Maguncia Français : Le sanctuaire d’Isis et de Mater Magna, lieu de culte de la Mogontiacum romaine (Mayence) qui était actif entre le Ier siècle et le IIIe siècle de notre ère.
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Der Wildpark wurde in den 50er-Jahren von der Jägerschaft Gonsenheim gegründet und als Gehege mit Hirschen und Wildschweinen eingerichtet. In den 70er-Jahren wurden zahlreiche Käfige und Volièren für kleinere Raubtiere (Luchse, Füchse) und Vögel (hauptsächlich Fasane, Hühner und Tauben) erbaut.