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Karlsruhe is one of the most beautiful and historic cities of southwest Germany. It is located near the French and German border and is home to approximately 300,000 citizens. Karlsruhe holds a very eminent position in the history of Germany and is considered one of the fore-bearers of the success of Germany as a country. The history of Germany as a nation and as a civilization will be incomplete without the correct and due acknowledgment of the people and the processes that have governed Karlsruhe. The beautiful city of Karlsruhe was founded originally in 1715 as Karlsruhe Palace. The Karlsruhe Palace was home to two of the most acclaimed and revered courts of Germany. Namely the Federal Constitution Court of Germany and the Federal Court of Justice of Germany. These are the two highest courts that deal in matters of civil law in criminal law and has given the city the title of home of Justice.
During the buildup of the city, the Palace became the central point of all economic and social uplift. All monuments, buildings and roads circulated around the Palace that further added onto the grandeur and architecture of the magnificent palace. In fact, the oldest part of town still resides on the south part of the Palace vicinity and is still being able to keep its unique grace and history. Karlsruhe city is also one of the most visited cities of entire Europe due to its location, festivals, events, community and the people that have made the city one of the most brilliant and respected cities of the world. Germans ensure that they visit this city and enjoy lessons about the history and Europeans come to this city to enjoy the ambience, culture and history associated with this city. One of the first stops for visitors is the classic Federal Constitution Court and the Federal Court of Justice buildings. These buildings are also the most photographed and pictured on postcards. Interestingly enough this city is also the largest oil refinery industry in entire Germany and brings hundreds and thousands of people into town to visit the oil refining industry. Due to the significant impact and magnitude of the oil industry, Karlsruhe city has further developed into a high-tech city that is now heavily involved in research and development in various engineering fields. Karlsruhe city is also visited by hundreds and thousands of Jews that come to see the history associated with their community and to pay homage to the Jewish settlers. Many of the Jewish families had died here during the holocaust.
Some of the historians believe that the real reason for people that visit Karlsruhe Town is the people that have come and lived in this part of the world. Corel city is the birthplace of Karl Benz (1844-1929), inventor of the automobile and founder of Benz & Co., as well as Karl Drais who invented the precursor of the bicycle and other transportation devices. The legendary singer Andi Deris who has revolutionized music in Germany also was born in this town. The famous and notable poet Johann Peter Hebel lived most of his life in this city. And who can forget Gustav Landauer who is one of the leading theorists of anarchism in Germany. This city inspired some of the most in greatest leaders, actress, musicians and politicians of its time and is extremely proud of them to be associated with this city. Karlsruhe city has a plethora of entertainment and art avenues to provide to the community and to the visitors that come throughout the year to visit it. The Durlacher Turmberg is one of the most famous local attractions of the city and brings forth the history of 13th century back into perspective. Another exciting attraction is the Karlsruhe Zoo which has been built on the recreational site of Stadtgarten.
Yet many other visitors are simply fascinated by the beauty and natural habitat of the two largest botanical Gardens of Karlsruhe. The municipal Botanischer Garten Karlsruhe which forms part of the schloss complex, and the Botanischer Garten der Universit?t Karlsruhe which is maintained by the university are loved by the community for its unique diversity of plantation. Many of the Catholics enjoy visiting Kleine Kirche (Little Church) which was built in the late 17th century. The churches are symbolic representation of the Christianity links of the city. The St. Stephan parish church is another phenomenal architectural masterpiece that was built in 1808. The city claims that the neo gothic grand Grand Ducal burial chapel, is its most significant church built. Karlsruhe city tickets are available online and also at the various civic centers.