National Geographic : 1933 Aug
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE !Natural Color Photograph by Wilhein Tobien HEIDELBERG CASTLE RECALLS MEMORIES OF DEPARTED CENTURIES Since early in the 13th century, portions of the castle have crowned the mountain spur overlooking the Neckar River. The Otto-Heinrichs Building (right), the Glass Hall Building (center), and the Frederichs Building (left), however, were built in Shakespeare's time. © National Geographic Society Natural Color Photograph by Hans Hildenbrand TULIPS NOD TO FORGET-ME-NOTS IN A BADEN GARDEN Situated in the beautiful valley of the Oos and rising terracelike on the mountain slopes, Baden has long been known as the "Pearl" of the old Grand Duchy of Baden. Thousands of visitors are drawn annually to its hot mineral spas, famous since Roman conquerors built elaborate baths on the site.