The Greek Chapel in Wiesbaden is a wonderful way for tourists in the area to pass the time, spending the day in a place full of both natural beauty and edifying historical relevance. Despite its curious name, the Greek Chapel is a fine example of Russian architecture, and is in fact a Russian Church. The Church is situated on top of a large hill just outside of town, so it provides a perfectly magnificent view of the entire town of Wiesbaden and its many wonderful sights.
The architecture of the Chapel is a unique sight in Germany; it contains the large, ornate golden onion-shaped domes that are so typical of classical Russian architecture. As such, it’s almost an international attraction, and visitors can enjoy a little bit of cultural cross-over even as the countryside remains uniquely German. To access the church, one must make use of a private railway that winds up the hillside in a fashion that makes the most of the scenery to be beheld along the way. Though it’s still in use by the local community of Russian orthodox worshippers, the Greek Chapel welcomes visitors at any time.
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