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Mainz (in German: Mainz [maɪ̯nt͡s]; in French: Mayence; in Latin: Moguntiacum) is the capital of the German federated state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It is a city located in the southwest of Germany, on the banks of the Rhine River, on the opposite bank to the mouth of the Main, making it an important river port of Germany. On the opposite shore is the city of Wiesbaden, in the state of Hesse.
Noted for being the place where Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing of mobile characters. Currently Mainz has once again become the center of the media, as it houses the headquarters of the ZDF, the second most important channel of the German television media.
Although it was badly damaged during World War II, the city retains a large part of its old town, in which the buildings made of red stone (sandstone, mainly) stand out.
Mainz has its own university since 1477, now called Johannes Gutenberg University, located near the city center. Its old campus not only includes classrooms and conference rooms, but also homes, bars and restaurants that constitute an independent neighborhood.
With 215,110 inhabitants (as of December 31, 2017), it is the third largest city in the Rhine-Main region. His football team FSV Mainz 05 plays in the first division of the Bundesliga.
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The Citadel of Mainz or Zitadelle Mainz is an Italian fortress built in 1660 in Mainz and which was part of the fortress of Mainz.
The baroque building was constructed from an abbey of the Order of St. Benedict around 1050. It was a temporary residence of the electing princes of Mainz, later "fortress" of the Germanic Confederation. In 1919 (Treaty of Versailles (1919)) it was dismantled by French troops. It was part of a military system of forts in the city of Mainz, called Festung Mainz (fortress of Mainz).
Today it is owned by the city of Mainz and houses the city's historical museum, the historic fortress museum and various administrative units.
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Mainz State Theater
The Mainz State Theater is the state theater of the German city (Staatstheater Mainz). It is the headquarters of the Mainz Philharmonic Orchestra and where the city's opera, concerts, prose theater and other activities are represented.
It is known as Grosses Haus and was designed by Georg Moller, prominent architect of the Grand Duchy of Hesse and the Rhine. It was built between 1829 and 1833 as the Mainz Municipal Theater, a royal theater for the citizens of Mainz. The small theater (Kleines Haus) was built in 1997.
The great hall (Großes Haus) was destroyed by bombing during World War II. Between 1998 and 2001, extensive restructuring was carried out to return it to its original condition and today it can accommodate 1,000 spectators. The small room (Kleines Haus) was built in 1997. The ICT room (Theater in the city) is a room aimed at a young audience. It is located in an old movie theater.
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St. Stephen's Church (Mainz)
St. Stephen's Church (in German, St. Stephan) is a Gothic-style building located on the hill of St. Stephen in the upper district of the city of Mainz, in the federated state of Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
The church of San Esteban is historically "place of prayer of the Empire", although for a long period of time it has lost this character, just like the parish in the neighborhood. The Mainz bombing of 1945 partly destroyed the church.
From 1973 to 1984 Marc Chagall made nine stained glass windows in the church depicting scenes from the Old and New Testaments.
The relic "head of Santa Ana" remained in Mainz until 1510, when it was stolen and taken to Düren, also in Germany.
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Mainz Central Station
Mainz Central Station (in German Mainz Hauptbahnhof) is the largest long-distance railway center in the German federated state of Rhineland-Palatinate and an exchange node with regional and urban transport systems by train and buses from Mainz (S-Bahn and buses of the MVG and the ORN).
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The Christuskirche (in Spanish, Church of Christ) in Mainz, Germany, is a Lutheran church from the historicist architecture era. Architecturally, it is one of the most prominent churches in Mainz and a significant sample of the Lutheran religious buildings. It is a tall sandstone building and has a copper dome that, by reflecting the sun's rays, makes this building one of the most beautiful in Mainz-Neustadt.
It was built between 1896 and 1903 and designed by Eduard Kreyßig. During World War II it was totally destroyed because of the bombing of Mainz in 1945. Its reconstruction began in 1952, ending in 1954.
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Church of San Ignacio (Mainz)
The church of St. Ignatius (in German, St. Ignaz) of Mainz, is a church located in the district of Altstadt, at the intersection of Kapuzinerstraße and Ignazgässchen.
Its facade was built between 1774-1775, being attributed to the architect and electoral plasterer Johann Peter Jäger, under the influence of Roman Baroque architecture.
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The Gutenberg Museum is located in the historic center of Mainz, Germany.
It was inaugurated in 1900, just five hundred years after the birth of Johannes Gutenberg, to make the inventions and works of his art known to the general public. In 1962, two thousand years after the foundation of the city, its facilities were remodeled and expanded.
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St. Peter's Church (Mainz)
St. Peter's Church (in German, St. Peter) of Mainz (Germany) is located in the immediate vicinity of the Electoral Palace. It is the work of Johann Valentin Thoman, it was built between 1749 and 1757. The church was completely destroyed during the Bombing of Mainz during World War II.
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The Market Fountain  (in German: Marktbrunnen) is a Renaissance fountain located in the Markt (market square) of Altstadt of Mainz (Mainz) in Germany. It was donated by Alberto de Mainz and handmade in the workshop of local sculptor Hans Backoffen. The Marktbrunnen represents one of the first architectural fountains formed with Renaissance ornaments.
The reasons for donating the source to the Mainz community were two events. On the one hand, the donor prince-elector and Cardinal Alberto celebrated the end of the war of the German peasants in his electoral residence. In April 1525 there had been riots and the approval of 31 articles of the insurgent population. The municipal administration and the cathedral council had to agree with these articles, in the absence of the voter. With the inscription on the representative market source Alberto honored Emperor Charles V and his victory in the battle of Pavia over Francisco I of France, whose capture is also mentioned.
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Ludwigsstraße is one of the main shopping streets of Mainz, Germany, which runs from the center. The street runs largely along the 50th latitude. The "Lu" begins at Schillerplatz Square (then called Thiermarckt or animal market or place to see the Green Square) near the carnival pit and after about 250 meters, which is part of the current Gutenberg Square. There is the Gutenberg monument of 1837 and on the opposite side of the Mainz State Theater. In the middle of the "it's 50 degrees north latitude" embedded in the road surface - but that's a bit misleading: The true 50 Latitude number that runs north of the State Theater and doesn't cross Ludwigsstraße.