Kassel (until 1926 spelled Cassel) is sitting at the river Fulda in the north of the Hesse state. It's the former capital of the state Hesse-Kassel and is very well known for it's exhibitions of contemporary art, Documenta, and a number of palaces and parks, especially the Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe.
Our basecamp during our (14, 15 and 16) February 2020 trip was in the city, but we visited only one thing in it: the aforementioned Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe. That visit was long enough for ... 14 PhotoBlog-posts about it. Don't worry however, the park is huge and there's plenty of reasons why it is considered UNESCO World Heritage.
Let's start with the edges of the park (technically not part of it) and a few shots from our walk up to the aquaduct (which is in the park).