The Trinkhalle (pump house) in the Kurhaus spa complex in Baden-Baden, Germany was built 1839–42 by Heinrich Hübsch in a complementary architectural style as the spa's main building. The 90-metre arcade is lined with frescos and benches. The spa waters are said to have curative powers.
A branch office of Baden-Baden's tourist information bureau is located in this historic structure.
- (German) Goethezeitportal: "Jakob Götzenbergers Freskobilder in der Trinkhalle zu Baden-Baden"
- Schulte-Peevers, p. 433.
- MacLachlan, Gordon. (2004). The Rough Guide to Germany. New York: Rough Guides. 10-ISBN 1-84353-293-X; 13-ISBN 978-1-84353-293-4
- Schulte-Peevers, Andrea, Anthony Haywood, Jeremy Gray, Sarah Johnstone and Daniel Robinson. (2007). Germany. Footscray, Victoria: Lonely Planet. 10-ISBN 1-74059-988-8; 13-ISBN 978-1-74059-988-7
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