8th International Workshop on Applications and
Services in Wireless Networks

October 9th – 10th, 2008 in Kassel, Germany

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Touristic Highlights

Visitors of Kassel may want to have a look on one of three palaces. Each of them is associated to a beautiful, vast park.

Karlsaue Park

Karlsaue Park is located directly next to the River Fulda only a few meters away from the original centre of the City. Landgrave Karl built a baroque palace in Karlsaue Park in 1680.

More information can be found here.


Wilhelmshöhe Bergpark

Wilhelmshöhe Bergpark is Europe's largest hillside park and one of Kassel's main attractions. It is designed in two seperate ways, combining baroque elements including the "Herkules" monument, waterfalls, and stone cascades with an extensive landscape in English garden style.

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Wilhelmsthal Palace Park

Wilhelmsthal Palace Park is located in Calden which is about 9 kilometers away from Kassel. Landgrave Wilhelm III. started to built this park in 1743 as his summer residence and hunting lodge. A palace in the style of the rococo period can be found there.

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More touristic highlights and magical places to discover in and around Kassel, the capital of the fairy-tale route where the famous Brothers Grimm lived and worked, are available at the website of "kassel tourist".


Last update: 23.10.2008