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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, 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).

Ringkirche Protestant Church in Wiesbaden, Germany | Flickr - Photo by amras_de