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Bad Nauheim is a town in the Wetteraukreismarker district of Hessemarker state of Germanymarker. , Bad Nauheim has a population of 30,365. The town is located approximately 35 kilometers (22 mi) north of Frankfurt am Mainmarker, on the east edge of the Taunusmarker mountain range. It is a world-famous resort, noted for its salt springs, which are used to treat heart and nerve diseases. It is Bad Nauheim after which the Nauheim bath is named. A Nauheim or "effervescent" bath is a type of spa bath through which carbon dioxied is bubbled. This bath was one of several types of hydrotherapy used at Battle Creek Sanitarium and it was also used at Maurice bathhouse, in Bathhouse Row in the early 1900s, during the heyday of hydrotherapy.

In the old town center of Bad Nauheim is the barn at the gate to the castle: The barn was used by Elvis Presley as the motif of a record cover. Elvis Presley lived in Bad Nauheim during his time with the United States Army in Friedberg. Other famous people who have stayed in the town include Franklin Delano Roosevelt (as a boy, FDR had been taken for several extended visits to Bad Nauheim where his father underwent the water cure for his heart condition) and the Saudi Arabian football team during the 2006 FIFA World Cup. In addition, during World War II Hitler had a command complex in nearby Langenhain-Ziegenberg called Adlerhorst, "the Eagle's Nest" (not to be confused with Kehlsteinhausmarker of Obersalzberg, which was never referred to as "the Eagle's Nest" by the Nazis).

Image:Sprudelhof BadNauheim 2.jpg|Ein Flügel des SprudelhofesImage:Sprudelhof Bad Nauheim 3.jpg|Der Sprudelhof

Image:010 7A.jpg|Der SprudelhofImage:Sprudelhof BadNauheim Brunnen.jpg|Der Brunnen im Sprudelhof

Education

  • Freie Waldorfschule Wetterau
  • Ernst-Ludwig-Schule (Gymnasium)
  • St. Lioba Gymnasium (Gymnasium)
  • Stadtschule an der Wilhelmskirche (Grund- und Hauptschule)
  • Stadtschule Am Solgraben (Haupt- und Realschule)


The novel The Good Soldier by Ford Madox Ford is set in part at Bad Nauheim.

International relations

Twin towns — Sister cities

Bad Nauheim is twinned with:

References

  1. p.797
  2. Full text at Internet Archive (archive.org)
  3. Kellogg, J.H. (1908) pp.79,81,83,170,175,187


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