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Drinking pavilion Baden-Baden: photo description (Trinkhalle Baden-Baden)

Drinking pavilion was built in Baden-Baden in the years 1839-1842, he to the right of Courhouse project of Friedrich, Hubsa. The construction is a 90-meter colonnade (total 16 columns), the wall of which is coated with 14 frescoes. Each mural is a picture of one of Baden - Baden legends. Here you can see the monastery Lichtental, the Old castle, the chapel on mount Fremersberg, castle ruins Eberstein, lake Mummelsee and other historical and cultural sights of Baden-Baden. In front of the pavilion is a bust of the king and Emperor of Prussia, Wilhelm I, alley near Kurhaus was named in his honor.

But the main thing in drinking pavilion is, of course, mineral water. Thermal waters in the vicinity of Baden-Baden came to the surface in the form of 12 sources during the early era and have been used medicinally since the appearance on the territory of the ancient Romans. Vodootvodny gallery was summed for all sources in the late 19th century and is still used to provide thermal mineral water baths and drinking pavilion. The pavilion comes out of the tunnel with mineral water from two of the most valuable sources. The water is hot (70 degrees), has a salty taste and has many medicinal properties. The water contains in its composition of sodium, cobalt, calcium, potassium, zinc, magnesium, iron, copper and several other trace elements, metals and acids. The use of such water has a wide range of applications in medicine for treatment and prevention of many diseases.