First, a bit of history. Wiesbaden has been a popular spot since Roman times due to its hot springs. Kaiser Wilhelm II made it into a fashionable place after German unification in 1871, when most of its grandiose architecture was constructed. It fared well in the world wars, and it became the European headquarters of the US Air Force after WWII. In fact, the Berlin airlift was coordinated from Wiesbaden. It is also the center of the Sekt (German champagne) industry.
Sam, Jamie, the Father and Penelope in the park by the central pond Warmer Damm
the Hessisches Staatstheater next to the park
in front of the Kurhaus (casino)--we weren't properly dressed so we weren't allowed inside
family photo op with the red Marktkirche in the background
close up you can see that it is mainly constructed from red bricks
And that, my friends, is a quick tour of Wiesbaden.