Bad Wiessee

Bad Wiessee

Bad Wiessee is a municipality in the Upper Bavarian district of Miesbach with about 4913 inhabitants and since 1922 recognized health resort. The resort is located on the western shore of Lake Tegernsee in the Bavarian Oberland and adjacent to the Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen. Its predicate as a spa owes Bad Wiessee both Germany's strongest iodine-sulfur mineral springs, which were discovered in 1909 in oil wells. Since 1957, the casinos Bayern operate the casino in Bad Wiessee, located since 2005 in the district winner. Bad Wiessee was first documented in 1017 in the Urbar of the monastery Tegernsee, as the Curia Wesses (court of Wiessee) had to pay various goods to the monastery.

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