Soundwave 2010....has arrived!
Demnächst Europaweite suche möglich! Saunieren ist gesund, stärkt die Abwehrkräfte, entspannt und energetisiert. Viele haben diese Wellness-Variante für sich entdeckt und bauen den Saunagang nach Feierabend oder am Wochenende in ihren Alltag ein.
Doch nicht jeder möchte alleine in die Sauna gehen und freut sich über eine Saunabegleitung. Solo-Saunagänger wünschen sich einen Sauna-Treff oder eine nette Sauna-Gruppe in der eigenen Stadt, in der es lustig und gesellig zugeht und die sich auch gerne zu anderen gemeinsamen Freizeitaktivitäten trifft. Wer sich für Wellness im Allgemeinen und Speziellen interessiert, ist hier bei uns ebenso goldrichtig. Und das Beste daran: Die Sauna- und Freizeitcommunity ist absolut kostenlos, alle Funktionen können uneingeschränkt genutzt werden.
Alles zeigt sich übersichtlich und unkompliziert, du kannst also direkt nach deiner Anmeldung loslegen. Die Sauna-Varianten und Saunaangebote sind vielfältig und bedienen jeden Geschmack. Bäder und Wellnesseinrichtungen sind die beliebten Anlaufstellen für die öffentliche Sauna, die als gemischte Sauna oder als reine Frauen- oder Männersauna deklariert sein kann.
In der Sauna-Community dreht sich alles rund um das Thema Sauna: In deiner Stadt warten Gleichgesinnte, die ebenfalls lieber gemeinsam als einsam schwitzen. Austausch und Kommunikation über die verschiedenen Sauna-Arten sind ebenso möglich. Du kannst gezielt nach einem Saunapartner männlich oder weiblich in deiner Postleitzahlenregion deutschlandweit suchen oder dich durch dein Profil finden lassen. Aus einem herzlichen Sauna Treff kann auch eine freundschaftlich eng verbundene Gruppe werden, die in Zukunft vieles gemeinsam unternimmt.
Between and early , the turrets on the shield wall were built and its chemin de ronde roofed over. A visit by Rudolf Hess in June prompted the start of work to complete the rebuilding of the keep, which was still a ruined stump. The plan was to reconstruct it to a height of 36 metres and, 7 storeys, and name it the Rudolf Hess Tower. However, the existing foundations would not have been able to bear the weight, so the ruin was pulled down, and in November , work began on a completely new tower on a smaller footprint.
Work on this was interrupted by the outbreak of the war. From to , the castle served as a military hospital. In addition, in November , students from now occupied Luxembourg who had been studying at German and Austrian universities when the war began were forced to attend re-education classes there, and eventually a youth re-education camp was set up. Male schoolchildren and students from Esch-sur-Alzette and Echternach were interned at the castle for four months as punishment for protesting against the announcement in of the introduction of required military service in Luxembourg and the forced conscription associated with it, as well as for participating in the general strike which followed.
Girls were sent to a youth hostel at Adenau. Those of military age were then sent to the front. There is a memorial plaque at the castle, and the State of Rhineland-Palatinate and the City of Bacharach have organised memorial events at which contemporary witnesses spoke. Beginning in January , the castle was used as an internment camp for German youth who had shown insufficient loyalty to the Party, such as the founders of the Catholic youth resistance group the Michael Troop; some were taken from Stahleck to concentration camps.
From June to summer , it was a work and military training camp for Germans between 14 and 18 years of age. The Weintor, built in the autumn of , marks the start of the Weinstrasse in the south of the Palatinate, less than a mile from the French border. It had been created as part of an economic initiative by the National Socialist government in the s.
A wine harvest more than twice as large as usual had caused prices to crash by Government policy had compounded the industry's difficulties by forbidding the business activities of Jewish wine traders, who had hitherto provided a vital commercial link for the wineries. Party leaders came up with the idea of the German Wine Route, with the imposing "Weintor" at its southern end, as a way to increase general awareness of the region's wineries and to boost employment in the tourism sector locally.
The regional Gauleiter, Josef Bürckel, produced an appropriately bombastic speech on 19 October as part of the official opening of the German Wine Route. The "Weintor" was clearly visible from across the frontier, and the Gauleiter's speech contrasted the activist policy of the national government with the economic turmoil in nearby France, then experiencing, nationally, a particularly savage and destructive bout of industrial unrest and economic gloom.
Press reports of the opening ceremony wrote of it as a form of "Weihe" consecration. At this time the Weintor in Schweigen was a provisional timber structure. As part of the ceremony a column of vehicles drove the length of the German Wine Route in convoy, from south to north, but not before a single engined airplane had flown its entire length.
The stone-clad "Weintor" was finally built in after an architectural competition for its design was won by August Josef Peter and Karl Mittel from Landau. The foundation stone was laid on August 27, , and less than two months later, on October 18, it was formally inaugurated. Citizens of Wissembourg, which since had been part of France, enjoyed the fine view on the north side of their town, of a large two-headed imperial eagle carved on one side of the "Weintor", clutching a huge swastika in its talons.
In France this was seen as provocative. After the war ended, in , the huge stone swastika was cut away. In the Jewish synagogue, built in , was burnt to the ground during the Reichskristallnacht.
On February 21, the Nazis organised a public meeting here, attended by people, half of whom were women. Women participated in such a large number, because Tuesday evenings at the Brauhauskeller was always when the "knitting and Flickstunde" of the Nazi female members took place.
According to the speaker, Professor Risch from Speyer, the cause of the economic crisis is the "removal of God from the acquisition and public life and the worship of mammon". Unemployed in front of the municipal welfare office in the Horn's house on the market square, today's Erkenbert Museum. On July 1, , the number of unemployed and their dependents in Frankenthal amounted to 1, After the outbreak of the global economic crisis in October , the situation intensified dramatically.
On October 1, , the number of unemployed and their dependents was already 4,; In total, Frankenthal had 26, inhabitants in More than 26 percent of them were dependent on unemployment or welfare support.
In and today. After the Great War the French occupied Mainz between and according to the Treaty of Versailles which went into effect 28 June The Rhineland in which Mainz is located was to be a demilitarized zone until and the French garrison, representing the Triple Entente, was to stay until reparations were paid.
In Mainz participated in the Rhineland separatist movement that proclaimed a republic in the Rhineland. It collapsed in The French withdrew on 30 June Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany in January, and his political opponents, especially those of the Social Democratic Party, were either incarcerated or murdered.
Some were able to move away from Mainz in time. One was the political organizer for the SPD, Friedrich Kellner, who went to Laubach, where as the chief justice inspector of the district court he continued his opposition against the Nazis by recording their misdeeds in a page diary.
They hoisted the swastika on all public buildings and began to denounce the Jewish population in the newspapers. In the forces of the Third Reich re-entered the Rhineland with a great fanfare, the first move of the Third Reich's meteoric expansion. The former Triple Entente took no action. During World War II, more than 30 air raids destroyed about 80 percent of the city's centre, including most of the historic buildings.
Mainz was captured on 22 March against uneven German resistance staunch in some sectors and weak in other parts of the city by the 90th Infantry Division under William A. Patton used the ancient strategic gateway through Germania Superior to cross the Rhine south of Mainz, drive down the Danube towards Czechoslovakia and end the possibility of a Bavarian redoubt crossing the Alps in Austria when the war ended.
With regard to the Roman road over which Patton attacked Trier, he said: The main railway station. Schusterstrasse then and now. President Hindenberg in July at a swastika-bedecked Schillerplatz, the Befreiungsdenkmal now replaced with the Fastnachtsbrunnen. Elkan then fled Germany and emigrated to England, where he lived until his death in In gratitude to the British, Elkan created a large Menorah featuring scenes from the Passion of the Jewish people. As a gift of the British Parliament, it is now before the Knesset in Jerusalem.
When they took power, the Nazis destroyed the huge memorial to Gustav Stresemann at Fischtrplatz. Hitler speaking at the fussballplatz June 13, The marktplatz before the war, September , and today.
The Eisenbahnbrücke and today Annweiler am Trifels. On the Sonnenberg behind lie the ruins of the castle of Trifels, in which Richard the Lionhearted was imprisoned from 31 March to 19 April The Pegelturm and boathouse during the Nazi era and today. In kreis Neuwied, the Rheintor at Burgplatz then and now, with a different flag flying. The Kaiser Wilhelm memorial with and without swastika. The hauptbahnhof August 27, and today, with the fortress behind. The palace bedecked with Nazi flags and an amphitheatrical Thingplatz theatre in the palace forecourt and today.
During the Nazi era, the Thingplatz was one of the first of a projected to be built; in March building materials were brought up from the Rhine by citizens, over an hundred workers began work in two shifts on June 8, a mystical cornerstone-laying ceremony took place on June 16, and the theatre was dedicated by Mayor Otto Wittgen on March 24, The theatre was oval, feet long by feet wide and approximately sixteen feet deep; it was constructed using 16, basalt pillars, seated 20, people and could accommodate a further 80, standees in the surrounding areas of the forecourt.
The layout incorporated a glacial boulder and, under the palace portico, a memorial grotto with an eternal flame. The motto of the theatre was Leuchte, scheine goldene Sonne über dies befreite Land Gleam, shine golden sun, over this liberated land , and a lur was installed on the palace roof, to be sounded twice daily.
It was audible up to 3. The Koblenz Thingplatz was one of the most important in the effort to use the locations for mystical observances, particularly at the summer solstice. However, interest in the Thingspiel movement waned rapidly, and already at the end of a contest was organised to redesign the forecourt as a simple parade ground, doing away with the amphitheatre; in later years it was mainly used for the annual May Day ceremonies.
Koblenz was chosen as the venue because the city is in the centre of the wine trade and tourist area. Above shows the largest exhibition hall, the Fachwerkhaus also called the Rheinhalle , which was located in the middle of the exhibition area.
Originally built only for the duration of the exhibition, the buildings were so popular that they have been retained since as a tourist attraction. Newly-elected President Paul von Hindenburg sent at the opening on August 8, a congratulatory telegram. The devastating air raid on Koblenz on 6 November , left the site in ruins and it was eventually rebuilt in the s, albeit in simplified form.
After the war, Ingelheim emerged as the only unscathed town between Mainz and Koblenz. Demonstration outside the Burgkirche Remagen.