Jugendstil

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Ju·gend·stil

 (yo͞o′gənt-shtēl′)
n.
A style of architecture and decorative art similar to art nouveau, popular in German-speaking areas of Europe during the late 1800s and early 1900s.

[German : Jugend, youth + Stil, style.]

Jugendstil

(ˈjuːɡəntʃtiːl)
n
(Art Movements) another name for Art Nouveau
[from Jugend literally: youth, name of illustrated periodical that first appeared in 1896, + Stil style]
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Jugenstil in Bad Nauheim: Bauen fur ein neues Leben--Jugendstilstadte in Europa.
The next day it was on to Traben-Trarbach, an important wine town also known for its Jugenstil (Art Nouveau) architecture, where in the evening, we visited the weingut (wine estate) of Karl Caspari.
They were influenced by the German arts and crafts movement, known as Jugenstil.