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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

Wiesbaden castle - Germany. Our tips for 25 things to do in Germany: www.europealacart...

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

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.

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

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

I'm trying to find exactly where this church is located- the main website just says "Old Florida" which is not a place, really, but more a frame of mind- if anyone recognizes this church please let me know...

Rheingauer Weinwoche (the Wein Fest), Wiesbaden, Germany by Trent Strohm, via Flickr

Ramsau is a municipality in the Bavarian Alps with a population of around 1,800. It is situated north of the Berchtesgaden National Park. Ramsau is famous for its high mountains, including the third highest mountain in Germany, the fabled Mount Watzmann, and for lake Hintersee. The church of Ramsau (Pfarrkirche St. Sebastian) is often on postcards.