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Karlsruhe is located in south-western Germany in the state of Baden-Württemberg. The city was founded on 17th June 1715 by Charles III William, Margrave of Baden-Durlach.
Karlsruhe is also known as the “Fächerstadt” (fan city), due to the streets radiating from the palace, which gives the city the appearance of a fan. A little more than 300,000 people live in Karlsruhe.
Since 1950 the Federal Supreme Court of Germany as well as the German Federal Constitutional Court aince 1951, have had their seat here. Therefore Karlsruhe is also known as the “Residenz des Rechts” (Residence of the Law).
More of an anecdote; it is said that the University of Karlsruhe received the first email on German soil in 1984, and since then more than 2,500 IT businesses have been established there.
What is there to do in Karlsruhe?
– One of the city’s most popular tourist attractions is Karlsruhe Palace. The Baroque palace was built amidst the regal gardens, in the shape of a sun, with the streets radiating from it, because according to legend Margrave Charles III William had a vision of a sparkling sun. You have to climb up the palace’s tower in order to be able to truly appreciate the stunning “Fächerstadt”, Karlsruhe. Currently the palace is home to the Baden-Württemberg State Museum.
– Other interesting tourist destinations are the famous pyramid on the Marktplatz square, as well as the city’s cultural and technical centre; where applied arts and music are fused with media. The city is also home to the ZKM (Centre for art and media).
– If you would rather go shopping, you should go to the shopping centre “Ettlinger Tor”, in between the Kriegstrasse and the Rondellplatz, right in the city centre. There you will find more than 130 shops offering a staggering variety of products. You will be able to carry on shopping in the Kaiserstrasse.
– And if you have a little bit more time, you should definitely go to Karlsruhe Zoo. The city’s zoo was opened in 1865 and therefore is one of the oldest in the whole of Germany. The park counts more than 1000 animals of 150 different species. We do not only recommend a visit to the zoo, due to its animal diversity, but also for the staggering number of flowers. The zoo has grown more than 15,000 roses of 300 different classes.
– If you want to go out, start at the Allvitalis Cocktailbar, in the Baden brewery (Sunday is speed dating night), where you get to try incredibly tasty cocktails. But if you want to dance the night away, you should go to the CO², an agglomeration of clubs in the Hagsfeld industrial estate, and if you are after a more elegant and exclusive atmosphere, go to Spa, a sophisticated nightclub on Hirschstrasse.