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wiesbaden, germany. My cousin was stationed there in the Army. I'd love to go!

I was at Hahn AFB in 1976, and Wiesbaden wasn't far away. I would have loved to see this Protestant church / ev. Ringkirche Wiesbaden, Germany by amras_de, via Flickr

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Wiesbaden: Russian Church in Wiesbaden itself, this building is universally known as "Griechische Kapelle" (Greek Chapel). It was, however, built for Elisabeta Michailovna, the Russian wife of the grand Duke Adolf of Nassau. There is an interesting small Russian graveyard nearby.

The Victorian Mission Church - from Bringsty Common Herefordshire. Originally built in 1891. Now located at Avoncroft Museum, Bromsgrove, UK.

World's Largest Cuckoo Clock, Wiesbaden Germany- definitely not surprised this is in Germany, gotta love the family heritage :)

Protestant Church / ev. Ringkirche Wiesbaden, Germany by amras_de on Flickr.

Wiesbaden, Germany When I saw this exquisite architecture, it was a must to learn the story, a poignane one, I learned. The Russian Orthodox church was built from 1847 to 1855 by Duke Adolf of Nassau of occasion of early death of his wife, 19-year-old Russian princess Elizabeth Mikhailovna, Grand Duchess of Russia & Duchess of Nassau (1826-1845).