Bad Kissingen, Bavaria, spa, Regentenbau, Germany Royal House of Wittelsbach
Contributor:Manfred Glueck / Alamy Stock Photo
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Dimensions:4870 x 3172 px | 41.2 x 26.9 cm | 16.2 x 10.6 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:13 July 2013
Bad Kissingen, located in Northern Bavaria, lies in the heart of Germany (3 hours by car from Munich and 1 . hours from Frankfurt),in the middle of Europe. In 1520, the Archbishop of Wurzburg, was one the first spa visitors to “take the waters”. Since then, this charming historic provincial city became one of the favorite European spas where the nobility came for health and relaxation. In 1864 and in 1868, these visits were combined with a political summit where the Bavarian King, the Emperor of Austria and the Russian Czar met to discuss troublesome issues between Austria, Germany and Russia. To accommodate and entertain the noble guests, between 1838 and 1913, the Royal House of Wittelsbach built the unique Regentenbau with its five splendid concerts venues seating from 100 to 1200 people.