You can find the various PRE projects regularly not only in the regional and transregional daily newspaper, but also in numerous magazines as well as on TV & radio. It shows how fast this conversion project has become a major economic factor in Rhineland-Palatinate. Also the location in the PRE-Park gets other companies and institutes into the public eye.
The technical university of Kaiserslautern has improved itself at the nationwide university ranking for start-up support of the Association for the Promotion of German Science: It owns the third place in the foundation radar in the category of “medium-sized universities with less than 15,000 students”.
Innovative research in modern architecture: The Fraunhofer Institute for Technology and Business Mathematics supports companies in the design and optimization of products, services, communication and work processes with computer simulations of technical processes.
On September 30, 1995, the new palatinate theater had a large opening weekend at Willy-Brandt-Platz, and was opened to an enthusiastic audience under the direction of Pavel Fieber. The Palatinate Theater Kaiserslautern is the only theater with a solid ensemble in the Palatinate and the second largest in the state.
The Museum Palatine Gallery Kaiserslautern was founded as a trade museum in 1874, and built in 1875 until 1900. Today it’s primarily used for care and presentation of painting and sculpture from the 19th to the 21st century. It also has an extensive graphic collection and precious artifacts from different eras.
The Garden Fair Kaiserslautern had a great success of the first Rhineland-Palatinate State Horticultural Show in 2000. The terrain describes the typical topography of the mountains and valleys of Kaiserslautern: the entrance area and Dinopark are located in the valley, the Kaiserberg has to be climbed!
In its basic structure, the Japanese garden always represents an idealized, natural landscape. It’s a piece of art work, nearly everything inside – water, stonework and planting – appears harmonized. It is the only painting that can be grasped with a single glance, or a series of images that unfold like a picture roll when the painting is crossed.
KAMMGARN is a listed monument. Its area (about 1300 m² indoor / about 1000 m² outdoor) used to be a spinning mill. That’s why the houses and courtyards are surround by an attractive vintage-flair atmosphere. KAMMGARN is one of the top venues in Germany and has been an internationally highly regarded, first-call concert hall for rock, jazz, blues and pop for a long time.
For more than 100 years “The Heart of the Palatinate” has been beating high on the Betzenberg in Kaiserslautern. Nowhere is football more alive than at 1. FC Kaiserslautern. Nowhere are people more rooted with their society than in the Palatinate, where a whole region with the “Red Devils of the Betzenberg” is identified.