Kaiser-Wilhelm-Straße 28 – sophisticated villalike house with hip roof, rooftop terrace, 1877/1878, architect R. Wagener, Kilianstraße 15 – Classicist corner house, 1875, architect Heinrich Ruppert, Kornmarkt 2 – three-and-a-half-floor corner shophouse, three-window house, about 1865; cellar about 1600, (zu) Kornmarkt 5 – tower of the former Lutheran, Kornmarkt 6 – lordly corner shophouse, three-floor Gründerzeit clinker brick building with hipped, Kreuzstraße 2a/b, Wilhelmstraße 30 – three-floor shophouse, Late Gründerzeit clinker brick building with mansard roof, 1898/1899, architects Philipp and Jean Hassinger, expanded 1932, Kreuzstraße 76 – villalike house, imitation-ancient-framed brick building, 1882 (?). Her name Melissa Turner SP/4 I also play bass guitar with a little band of soldiers called "Break." I was stationed at Rose Barracks from 79 to 83. 17 partly altered in 1894; characterises street's appearance, Magister-Faust-Gasse 21 – terraced house, partly timber-frame (plastered), early 19th century, Magister-Faust-Gasse 24 – former town barrel gauge; house, plastered timber-frame building, half-hip roof, 18th century; part of the so-called Little Venice, Magister-Faust-Gasse 28 – three-floor terraced house, partly timber-frame (plastered), about 1800 with older parts, shop built in, 1896; part of the so-called Little Venice, Magister-Faust-Gasse 30 – three-floor terraced house, partly timber-frame (plastered), about 1800; part of the so-called Little Venice, Magister-Faust-Gasse 46 – three-floor plastered building, ground floor solid, both upper floors plastered, Magister-Faust-Gasse 48 – three-floor plastered timber-frame building with solid ground floor, Mannheimer Straße, graveyard (monumental zone) – laid out in 1827, since 1918 expanded several times, area divided into rectangular parcels with specially fenced-in graveyards of honour and special memorial places; old graveyard chapel, Historicized, Mannheimer Straße 15 – stately three-floor shophouse, Classicist quarrystone building with hip roof, 1884. Schloßstraße 5 – guesthouse, three-floor cube-shaped building with hip roof, Schöffenstraße 3 – two-and-a-half-floor house, brick building, 1892, architect August Henke, Schöne Aussicht 1 – residential building, long building with hip roof, 1927/1928, architect Wolfgang Goecke, Schöne Aussicht 3/5/7/9 – long building with hip roof and corner oriels, 1924/1925, architect Gruben. Regelversorgung under Germany's Versorgungsstufe hospital planning system. Great memories from there! Hochstraße 25 – three-winged complex with hip roofs, middle building late 18th century, side wings early 19th century; Hochstraße 34 – three-floor house, partly timber-frame (plastered), 18th or early 19th century, Hochstraße 36 – "Stadt Koblenz" ("City of Koblenz") Inn; three-floor, Hochstraße 42 – shophouse, Baroque building with hip roof, partly timber-frame, 1788, Hochstraße 44 – Baroque shophouse, partly timber-frame, left half marked 1668, right half from the 18th century, Hochstraße/corner of Stromberger Straße – town wall ". We used to work hard and part harder would take a taxi to downtown and grab food then go to Hard rock an upstairs bar there until it closed at 2:00am was a virgin when I got To BK but that changed quickly as there are such beautiful women there it amazes me. Bad Kreuznach lies between the Hunsrück, Rhenish Hesse and the North Palatine Uplands some 14 km (as the crow flies) south-southwest of Bingen am Rhein. Men from Kreuznach also took part in Napoleon's 1812 Russian Campaign on the French side, to whom a monument established at the Mannheimer Straße graveyard in 1842 still stands. 4 cellar before 1689, no. Similarly, Zelem was the Yiddish name for, About him and the family zum Stein's beginnings. I was born here, an army brat to 1st Sargent Ward Simmons and Elaine Simmons we are a family of 6 kids and traveled so much while my father was in the army. Es sei denn, du kennst einen Fotografen, der schon Lost Places fotografiert hat, persönlich; dann kannst du ihn ja mal fragen, ob er dir weiterhelfen kann. I was so young back then, and only now truly appreciate the fact I got to live in Germany. Both great places to be stationed. [28] The oldest Jewish graveyard in Kreuznach lay in the area of today's Rittergut Bangert (knightly estate), having been mentioned in 1525 and 1636. My name is Jerry W. Mossor. Wonderful place in and of itself, but also beat the alternative assignment in SE Asia at that time. In football, the town's most successful club is Eintracht Bad Kreuznach. was in rose barracks also, the tin shack and ran outproccessing,, hey sam remember the trip to paris with razz and the first time he seen a ladies refresher,,,,,,,, email me would love to hear from you duane, i was in rose barrack 65 to 68 and was a team leader and ran outprocessing till i came home,, had alot of fun like the trip to paris WITH SAM ARLLEONO AND RAZ it would be fun to do it all again but made me sick to see what RB looks like now, was going to take a trip over there but better off with just the memories,,,,, HEY SAM WRITE will ya. I was in the 8th M.P. Urkunde vom 19. What an awesome place to live I was there in 1985-1987 was a CPL/E4 in the 68th Chemical Co 54Echo at Hospital Kaserne so beautiful country had fond memories there. It was commonly known as the "Field of Misery". The club that has won the most titles is MTV Bad Kreuznach, which in trampolining is among Germany's most successful clubs. Bad Kreuznach is a spa town and the seat of several courts as well as federal and state authorities. Gustav-Pfarrius-Straße 31/33 – pair of semi-detached houses with hip roof, Gustav-Pfarrius-Straße 35/37 – pairs of semi-detached houses, Historicized and Art Deco motifs, 1927, architect Richard Starig, Gustav-Pfarrius-Straße 42/44, Steinkaut 1/2 – differentiated, individually shaped housing development with hip roofs, Renaissance Revival and Art Deco motifs, 1926, architect Jean Rheinstädter. I wonder what it would look like now? In disabled sports, the Sportfreunde Diakonie especially has been successful, particularly in bocce. Shortly before this, German troops had blown up yet another part of the old bridge across the Nahe, thus also destroying residential buildings near the bridge ends. On 31 March 1283 (2 Nisan 5043) in Kreuznach (קרויצנאך), Rabbi Ephraim bar Elieser ha-Levi – apparently as a result of a judicial sentence – was broken on the wheel. [29] The Jewish graveyard on Stromberger Straße was bought in 1661 (one preserved gravestone, however, dates from 1630) and expanded in 1919. I still compare all Lasagna with the servings of this place, and NONE come close! Don't miss out on great hotels and other accommodations near Park on the Mäuseturm and Barfußpfad Bad Sobernheim. I was stationed on Rose Barracks from 1984 to 1987 with the 8th Signal Battalion. Bad Kreuznach is characterised to a considerable extent by winegrowing, and with 777 ha of vineyard planted – 77% white wine varieties and 23% red – it is the biggest winegrowing centre in the Nahe wine region and the seventh biggest in Rhineland-Palatinate. Lucas (the English speaking employee at the Blue Ice cream Parlor). 8th Signal .. lst assignment as a WO. It is a spa town most well known for its medieval bridge dating from around 1300, the Alte Nahebrücke, which is one of the few remaining bridges in … The town's arms might be described thus: On an escutcheon argent ensigned with a town wall with three towers all embattled Or, a fess countercompony Or and azure between three crosses pattée sable. Since 1948, they have run it together with the Sisters of the Congregation of Papal Law of the Maids of Mary of the Immaculate Conception, and today run it as a hospital bearing the classification II. Es ist wichtig einen entsprechenden Überblick zu haben, damit Lost Places aus anderen Bundesländern, wie zum Beispiel NRW oder Schleswig Holstein nicht miteinander vermischt werden. At the Saunalandschaft bathhouse rose a "wellness temple" with 12 great saunas on an area of 4 000 m2, which receives roughly 80,000 visitors every year. 18 October 1867, d. 8 March 1943 in, Alexe Altenkirch (b. 32 three-floor shophouse, timber-frame building, 17th century (? But memories will always be there. Had a wonderful time being stationed here. Find best places to eat and drink at in Bad Kreuznach and nearby. It is classed as a middle centre with some functions of an upper centre, making it the administrative, cultural and economic hub of a region with more than 150,000 inhabitants. Freiherr-vom-Stein-Straße 5 – villa resembling a country house; plastered building on quarrystone pedestal, Freiherr-vom-Stein-Straße 6 – villa resembling a country house; plastered building, partly timber-frame, 1907/1908, architect Hans Best, Freiherr-vom-Stein-Straße 7 – villa resembling a country house; building with half-hip roof, 1912/1913, architect Jean Rheinstädter, Friedrichstraße 4 – lordly villa on irregular footprint with hip and, Friedrichstraße 5 – two-and-a-half-floor villa; cube-shaped building with hip roof, Renaissance Revival, about 1870, Friedrichstraße 6 – three-floor corner house, Renaissance Revival, about 1870, Friedrichstraße 8 – two-and-a-half-floor villa; cube-shaped building with hip roof, Classicist motifs, about 1870. Probably nothing like I'd remember. [26] In 1482, a "Jewish school" was mentioned, which might already have stood at Fährgasse 2 (lane formerly known as Kleine Eselsgass – "Little Ass's Lane"), where the Old Synagogue of Bad Kreuznach later stood (first mentioned here in 1715; new Baroque building in 1737; renovated in 1844; destroyed in 1938; torn down in 1953/1954; last wall remnant removed in 1975). Only at 5% of the German Weather Service's weather stations are even lower figures recorded. {\displaystyle {\mathfrak {X}}} Loved the town and the German people.Mike. In 1797, Kreuznach, along with all lands on the Rhine's left bank, was annexed by the French First Republic, a deed confirmed under international law by the 1801 Treaty of Lunéville. When these terms eventually came about, Kreuznach passed to the Kingdom of Prussia in 1815 and from 1816 it belonged to the Regierungsbezirk of Koblenz in the province of the Grand Duchy of the Lower Rhine (as of 1822 the Rhine Province) and was a border town with two neighbouring states, the Grand Duchy of Hesse to the east and the Bavarian exclave of the Palatinate to the south. I still live in BK and very proud to have served in 1AD from 93-97 when I got out. Nov. 8th 2013. Learned a lot about life there, learned to enjoy it more. It contained 50 rooms on the ground floor alone. On 9 June 1796, Kreuznach was once again occupied by the French. I look forward to being back in BK. As at 31 August 2013, there are 44,851 full-time residents in Bad Kreuznach, and of those, 15,431 are Evangelical (34.405%), 13,355 are Catholic (29.776%), 4 belong to the Old Catholic Church (0.009%), 77 belong to the Greek Orthodox Church (0.172%), 68 belong to the Russian Orthodox Church (0.152%), 1 is United Methodist (0.002%), 16 belong to the Free Evangelical Church (0.036%), 41 are Lutheran (0.091%), 2 belong to the Palatinate State Free Religious Community (0.004%), 1 belongs to the Mainz Free Religious Community (0.002%), 4 are Reformed (0.009%), 9 belong to the Alzey Free Religious Community (0.02%), 2 form part of a membership group in a Jewish community (0.004%) (162 other Jews belong to the Bad Kreuznach-Koblenz worship community [0.361%] while a further one belongs to the State League of Jewish worship communities in Bavaria [0.002%]), 9 are Jehovah's Witnesses (0.02%), 1 belongs to yet another free religious community (0.002%), 5,088 (11.344%) belong to other religious groups and 10,579 (23.587%) either have no religion or will not reveal their religious affiliation.[55]. Bad Kreuznach, whose spa facilities and remaining hotels once again, from 1939 to 1940, became the seat of the Army High Command, was time and again targeted by Allied air raids because of the Wehrmacht barracks on Bosenheimer Straße, Alzeyer Straße and Franziska-Puricelli-Straße as well as the strategically important Berlin-Paris railway line, which then led through the town. I remember the walnut tree, the sandboxes, the candy shop on the corner, the park down the street and many of the kids I played with. Show Prices. Along with the building of this castle came the rise of the New Town (Neustadt) on the Nahe's north bank. What an awesome place to live I was there in 1985-1987 was a CPL/E4 in the 68th Chem Co 54Echo at Hospital Kaserne so beautiful country had fond memories there. Have been back a few times over the years.. Not quite the same.. Was also licensed as an amateur radio operator callsign DL4AT.. Club call, I believe was DL4KR. Available in town are 2,498* beds for guests, which out of 449,756* overnight stays have seen 270,306* stays by guests in rehabilitation clinics. 11 September 1968), politician (FDP), Katharina Saalfrank (b. stop over in Newfoundland. I was stationed at Rose Barracks in 1978. In 1418, King Sigismund of Luxembourg (1368–1437) enfeoffed Count Johann V of Sponheim-Starkenburg (about 1359–1437) with the yearly market, the mint, the Jews at Kreuznach and the right of escort as far as Gensingen on the Trier-Mainz highway. [9] On the other hand, the Crucinaha in Emperor Otto III's documents from 1000 (which granted the rights to hold a yearly market and to strike coins)[10] is today thought to refer to Christnach, an outlying centre of Waldbillig, a town nowadays in Luxembourg. Viktoriastraße 4 – house; sandstone-framed plastered building, about 1870, Viktoriastraße 7 – Gründerzeit terraced house; two-and-a-half-floor sandstone-framed clinker brick building, 1879, architect R. Wagener, Viktoriastraße 9 – Gründerzeit corner shophouse, Neoclassical motifs, 1877, architect Johann Au, Viktoriastraße 11/13/15 – lordly palacelike group of three houses with three-floor middle building, hip roofs, 1878/1879, architect C. Conradi; characterises street's appearance, Viktoriastraße 18 – Gründerzeit house; building with hip roof with, Viktoriastraße 19 – Gründerzeit terraced house, three-floor clinker brick building, 1882, architect August Henke, Viktoriastraße 22 – Gründerzeit terraced house, two-and-a-half-floor clinker brick building, 1888, architect August Henke, Viktoriastraße 23 – corner shophouse; two-and-a-half-floor brick building, Renaissance Revival motifs, 1878, architect Jean Jenke jr., shop and display window expansion 1888, Viktoriastraße 24 – two-and-a-half-floor house; sandstone-framed clinker brick building, Renaissance Revival, 1894, architect Christian Zier, Viktoriastraße 26 – house, Classicistically structured clinker brick building, possibly from shortly before 1876, Weinkauffstraße 2/4 – villalike pair of semi-detached houses on irregular footprint, 1901/1902, architect Hans Best, Weinkauffstraße 6 – Art Nouveau villa with hip roof, 1902/1903, architect Hans Best, Weinkauffstraße 8 – three-floor villa with hip roof, Art Deco motifs, 1921/1922, architect Alexander Ackermann, Weinkauffstraße 10 – one-and-a-half-floor villa, 1922/1923, architect Alexander Ackermann, mansard roof 1927, Weyersstraße 3 – lordly villa with hip roof, 1925, architect Hermann Tesch, somewhat newer garden house, Weyersstraße 6 – villalike house with tented or mansard roof, 1920s, Weyersstraße 8 – house; cube-shaped building with hip roof, partly. In this time, the town suffered greatly under sackings and involuntary contributions. In the years 1206 to 1230, Counts Gottfried III of Sponheim (d. 1218) and Johann I of Sponheim (d. 1266) had the castle Kauzenburg built, even though King Philip of Swabia had forbidden them to do so. In the years 1235 and 1270, Kreuznach was granted town rights, market rights, taxation rights and tolling rights under the rule of the comital House of Sponheim, which were acknowledged once again in 1290 by King Rudolf I of Habsburg (1218–1291). So sad to see the old bldgs torn down. In 1336, Emperor Louis the Bavarian allowed Count Johann II of Sponheim-Kreuznach to permanently keep 60 house-owning freed Jews at Kreuznach or elsewhere on his lands ("… daß er zu Creützenach oder anderstwoh in seinen landen 60 haußgesäsß gefreyter juden ewiglich halten möge …"). In 1817, Johann Erhard Prieger opened the first bathing parlour with briny water and thereby laid the groundwork for the fast-growing spa business. Also, there are the psychosomatic specialised clinic St.-Franziska-Stift and the rehabilitation and preventive clinic for children and youth, Viktoriastift. ), Zwingel – 30 m-long stretch of wall of the sovereign area (, Zwingel 5 – main building of the former Tesch Brewery; three-floor building with pitched roof and clad timber framing, marked 1830 and 1832, from the solid ground floor entrance to three vaulted cellars in the Schlossberg, Graveyard of Honour, Lohrer Wald, in town's western woods (monumental zone) – for the fallen of the, Schloss Rheingrafenstein – long building with hip roof, marked 1722, side building 19th century, in the gateway arch an armorial stone of the family Salm, Hackenheimer Straße 2 – three-sided estate; house, partly, Hackenheimer Straße 6 – schoolhouse, representative building with hip roof, 1909, Karl-Sack-Straße 2 – Evangelical rectory, Historicized plastered building, late 19th century; characterises street's appearance, Rheinhessenstraße 35 – three-sided estate; house, partly timber-frame (plastered), marked 1835, Rheinhessenstraße 54 – house, partly timber-frame, Renaissance double window, marked 1587, Rheinhessenstraße 58 – Baroque house, partly timber-frame, 18th century, Rheinhessenstraße 65 – three-sided estate, essentially possibly from the late 18th century; barn and house, partly timber-frame, stable building, Rheinhessenstraße 68 – former village hall, building with half-hip roof, 1732, expansion marked 1937, Rheinhessenstraße 78 – house, partly timber-frame, 18th century, Ernst-Ludwig-Straße 1 – corner house, brick building, 1891, one-floor commercial building, 1888, Ernst-Ludwig-Straße 4 – house, partly timber-frame, 18th century, Ernst-Ludwig-Straße 13 – house, partly timber-frame (partly plastered), 18th century, Falkensteinstraße 1 – corner house, partly timber-frame (partly plastered), possibly from the late 18th century, former barn, about 1900, Frankfurter Straße 8 – one-and-a-half-floor house, yellow-brick building, shortly after 1900, Village core, Kirchwinkelstraße and Dorfbrunnenstraße, Heinrich-Kreuz-Straße, Zentbrückenstraße, Dalbergstraße (monumental zone) – closed historical construction of villagelike character up to the 19th century including the late mediaeval Evangelical parish church, the Apfelsbach and the mixed gardens; mostly one-and-a-half-floor dwelling or estate houses, estate complexes of various types and sizes with ring of barns, Biebelsheimer Straße/corner of Winzerkeller –, Mainzer Straße 85 – Baroque barn with half-hip roof, 18th century, Mainzer Straße 87 – house, Baroque building with half-hip roof. Arrived Rose Barracks 11/67 then to Det C @Finthen AAF. Also important are the shooting sport clubs SG Bad Kreuznach 1847 and BSC Bad Kreuznach. The town is located in the Nahe river wine region, renowned both nationally and internationally for its wines, especially from the Riesling, Silvaner and Müller-Thurgau grape varieties. If anyone has more information for me, please share. Found in Bad Kreuznach are not only several primary schools, some of which offer "full-time school", but also secondary schools of all three types as well as vocational preparatory schools or combined vocational-academic schools such as Berufsfachschulen, Berufsoberfachschulen and Technikerschulen, which are housed at the vocational schools. Found in the Lohrer Wald (forest) is a graveyard of honour for wartime and camp victims. Since this time, the town has been known as Bad Kreuznach. The briny springs were likely discovered in 1478; nevertheless a Sulzer Hof in what is today called the Salinental ("Saltworks Dale") had already been mentioned in the 13th or 14th century. Jack LimperIn '61 transferred from 82nd Airborne to the HQ Company for 8th Division. Built in 1743 by Prince-Elector, Count Palatine and Duke Karl Theodor (1724–1799) were the Theodorshalle Saltworks. ), Pestalozzistraße 4, 6, 8 – one-floor buildings with, Pestalozzistraße 5 – one-floor villa, partly hipped mansard roof, 1926/1927, architect Martin Au, Pestalozzistraße 9 – villalike house with hip roof, 1926, architect Peter Riedle, Pfingstwiese 7/7a – house with wine cellar, brick building with hip roof, 1906/1907, architect C. W. Kron, Philippstraße 3 – two-and-a-half-floor corner house, Renaissance Revival motifs, 1900/01, Architects Brothers Lang, Philippstraße 5 – corner house, yellow clinker brick building with hip roof, Renaissance Revival motifs, 1895/1896, Architects Brothers Lang, Philippstraße 6 – lordly villa with hipped mansard roof, Renaissance Revival motifs, 1900/1901, Philippstraße 8 – villalike building with hipped mansard roof, corner tower with, Philippstraße 9 – house, clinker brick building with hip roof, Renaissance Revival motifs, 1906/1907, architect Friedrich Metzger, Philippstraße 10 – villalike house, sophisticated building with hipped mansard roof, Renaissance Revival motifs, marked 1902, architect possibly Heinrich Müller, Planiger Straße 4 – primary school; Late Classicist, Planiger Straße 27 – two-and-a-half-floor corner shophouse with wine cellar buildings, clinker brick building with hip roof, 1896/1897, architect August Henke, Planiger Straße 147 – Seitz-Ensinger-Noll-Maschinenbau, Planiger Straße 69, 71/73, 75/77 (monumental zone) – small residential development of two-and-a-half- and three-and-a-half-floor, Poststraße 7 – former town scrivener's office; three-floor Renaissance building, partly decorative, Poststraße 8 – spacious shophouse; three-floor building with hip roof, partly timber-frame (plastered), shopping arcades, mid 19th century, Poststraße 11 – three-floor five-axis timber-frame building (plastered), partly solid, 18th century, Poststraße 15 – terrace shophouse; timber-frame building (plastered), possibly before end of the 18th century; cellar older, Poststraße 17 – three-floor, two-part shophouse, partly timber-frame; three-window house, mid 19th century, conversion and expansion in 1899/1900, architect Hans Best; cellar older, Priegerpromenade 3 – spacious Art Nouveau villa with motifs from, Priegerpromenade 9 – lordly villa resembling a country house, Renaissance Revival and Art Nouveau motifs, 1905, architect Hans Best, Prinz-Friedrich-Karl-Straße 4 – villa, large-size divided building with hip roof, 1916/1917, architect Willibald Hamburger, Raugrafenstraße 2 – villa, cube-shaped building with hip roof, 1927/1928, architect Wolfgang Goecke, Raugrafenstraße 4 – small villa, cube-shaped building with hip roof, 1927/1928, architect Paul Gans, Reitschule 12 – house with hip roof, Renaissance Revival motifs, 1903/1904, architect Jacob Karst, Reitschule 14 – villalike house with hip roof, Renaissance Revival motifs, 1903, architect Jacob Karst, Reitschule 16 – spacious villa with hip roof and rooftop tower, Renaissance Revival and Art Nouveau motifs, 1903, architect Jacob Karst, Reitschule 17/19 – pair of semi-detached houses in country house style, Renaissance Revival motifs, 1898, architect Jacob Karst, Reitschule 21 – house, brick building with hip roof, Renaissance Revival motifs, 1901, architect Jacob Karst, Rheingrafenstraße 1 – sculptor family Cauer's house, Classicist plastered building, 1839, small studio building, 1901, architect Jacob Karst, Rheingrafenstraße 1a – house, Renaissance Revival building, 1901/1902, architect Jean Rheinstädter. The Kleine Judengasse ran from the Judengasse to what is today called Magister-Faust-Gasse. Alle hier gelisteten Lost places bad kreuznach sind rund um die Uhr auf Amazon erhältlich und in maximal 2 Tagen bei Ihnen zuhause. In that same year, Elector Palatine Philip bestowed ownership of the saltz- und badbronnen ("salty and bathing springs") upon his cooks Conrad Brunn and Matthes von Nevendorf. Pop's Stadt Haus for great food! Company clerk, Was at Rose Barracks 1979 - 1981 A Co 8th Sig 2nd platoon, I was stationed at the 225 Station Hospital from 1979 to 1981. At the spa house on 19 December 1917, General Mustafa Kemal Pasha – better known as Atatürk ("Father of the Turks") and later president of a strictly secular Turkey – the Kaiser, Paul von Hindenburg and Erich Ludendorff all met for talks. The, Participation in a world championship or the, 1st to 3rd place at European championships, 2nd or 3rd place at a German championship, Hans Staab, owner of a large magazine distribution company, foundation named after him (1996), Alex Jacob, hotel owner, socially engaged honorary consul general for, Konrad von Kreuznach (d. 13 October 1368 in. Would often go early and spend the day looking around, eating in the local restaurants and seeing the beauty of the area. [69] From 1971 to 1987, the discipline of cultivation of the Fachhochschule Rheinland-Pfalz, Bingen, was located in Bad Kreuznach. I always enjoyed our gigs there. Rüdesheimer Straße 46, 48 and 50 – three-part corner shophouse, Rüdesheimer Straße 52 – corner shophouse, Historicist brick building with mansard roof, 1907, architect Joseph Reuther, Rüdesheimer Straße 58 – Gründerzeit corner house, brick building, Renaissance Revival motifs, 1891/1892, architect Karl Keller, Rüdesheimer Straße 74 – Historicized terraced house with gateway, brick building with mansard roof, 1903/1904, architect Joseph Buther, Rüdesheimer Straße 86 – house, about 1860; winepress house, 1888, architect Philipp Hassinger; worker's house with stable, 1893, architect Johann Henke, Rüdesheimer Straße 87 – villa and wine cellar building, lordly plastered building with hip roofs, Renaissance Revival motifs, 1894/1895, architect Friedrich Metzger, Saline Karlshalle 12 – well house; plastered building with freestanding stairway, 1908, architect Hans Best, Saline Theodorshalle 28 – former children's home; representative building with hipped mansard roof, Classicist motifs, 1911, architect Hans Best, Salinenstraße – Salinenbrücke ("Saltworks Bridge"); six-arch, Salinenstraße 43 – two-and-a-half-floor villalike house, brick building with hip roof, Renaissance Revival motifs, 1896/1897, architect August Henke, Salinenstraße 45 – two-and-a-half-floor house, porphyry building with hip roof, about 1860, side building with arcade and barge-rafter gable, 1897, architects Brothers Lang, Salinenstraße 53 – two-and-a-half-floor corner shophouse, Late Classicist building with hip roof, about 1860, Salinenstraße 57a – corner house, elaborately structured Late Historicist building with mansard roof, 1898, architect Rheinstädter. In Kreuznach, Marx set down considerable portions of his manuscript Critique of Hegel's Philosophy of Right (Zur Kritik der Hegelschen Rechtsphilosophie) in 1843. In the First World War, both the Kreuznach spa house and other hotels and villas became as of 2 January 1917 the seat of the Great Headquarters of Kaiser Wilhelm II. PK Parkhotel Kurhaus. All thanks to humble beginnings at BK. Bad Kreuznach's outlying Ortsbezirke or Stadtteile are Bosenheim, Ippesheim, Planig, Winzenheim and Bad Münster am Stein-Ebernburg. I was Company Clerk for Company B, 8th S&T Battalion from 11/62 through 5/65. After the First World War, French troops occupied the Rhineland and along with it, Kreuznach, whose great hotels were thereafter mostly abandoned. The crosses are sometimes wrongly taken to be Christian crosses. I was born in BK in 1972. By 1382 at the latest, the Jew Gottschalk (who died sometime between 1409 and 1421)[24] from Katzenelnbogen was living in Kreuznach and owned the house at the corner of Lämmergasse and Mannheimerstraße 12 (later: Löwensteiner Hof) near the Eiermarkt ("Egg Market"). Does anyone know how to obtain archives of the newspaper articles there? 14 September 1972), expert in, Alexander Graeff (b. A pharmacist named Daniel Riem (1730–1784) was killed in his house "Zum weißen Schwan" ("At the White Swan") when it collapsed into the floodwaters.[49].