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Kassel Germany Tourism - Travel Germany

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Published on Nov 26, 2010

Kassel is a nice town located on the Fulda river in northern Hesse, Germany. Kassel has a lot of tourist attractions and is worth a visit. Kassel has been the home of the famous fairy tale writers Brothers Grimm.
More Infos: http://www.kassel-marketing.de
Tourist Information at Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Kassel.ist.kl...

City administration: http://www.kassel.de/englisch/
Municipality of Kassel at Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/stadtkassel

Hotels in Kassel: http://www.trendtown-travel.de/hotel-...

Visit Germany! Kassel is an agile city in the middle of Germany with many tourist attractions and a lot of innovative german companies. The city is located in the middle of Germany and a perfect place to invest or to build up a company in Germany and also with good transport facilities for whole Europe. Kassel ist a perfect and attractive place for an european or german business startup and to live and work in Germany.
Discover the economic region of Kassel: http://www.wfg-kassel.de/index.cfm?CF...

One of the worlds famous solar energy companies is located in a suburb of Kassel: http://www.sma.de/

The Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe is a unique park in Kassel, Germany. Art historian Georg Dehio (1850--1932), inspirator of the modern discipline of historic preservation, described the park as "possibly the most grandiose combination of landscape and architecture that the Baroque dared anywhere" The area of the park is 2.4 square kilometres (590 acres), making it the largest European hillside park, and second largest park on a mountain slope in the world. Construction of the Bergpark, or "mountain park", began in 1696 and took about 150 years.

With its water gardens and its statue of Hercules, Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe (hillside park Wilhelmshöhe) in the west of the Hessian city of Kassel is an outstanding masterpiece of the self-dramatization of absolutist rulers. A special sightseeing tip for Germany travelers. Its exceptional topographical setting on the slope of a hill in Habichtswald forest made it possible for generations of rulers and master builders to stage the seemingly impossible: water flowing down the hill in several different artistic forms without previously having been channeled up the slope using technical devices such as aqueducts or water raising machinery.

The octagonal building at the top of the mountain is crowned with an 8.3 meter copy of the Hercules Farnese. The constructional solution reached in its creation represents the very best in technical and artistic terms for this kind of monumental figure. The fact that it was to be positioned on top of a 40-meter pyramid meant the sculpture needed to be as light as possible.

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