Ludwigsburg palace in Germany

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Schloss Nymphenburg & Ludwigsburg, Germany DJI Phantom 3 Pro 4K HD (Writing's On The Wall by Taps)

Schloss Nymphenburg & Ludwigsburg, Germany Drone View DJI Phantom 3 Pro 4K HD, Schloss Nymphenburg & Ludwigsburg, Germany DJI Phantom 3 Pro 4K HD, Flying, aerial vehicles, quadcopter, 航拍機, 空撮, Drone, Munich, München , Zürich, Lucerne, Engelberg, Grindelwald, BMW, Lauterbrunnen Music by Sam Smith - Writing's On The Wall covered by Taps Mugadza Sam Smith: https://youtu.be/8jzDnsjYv9A Taps Mugadza: https://youtu.be/iu3xM8Gfa2M Two large baroque palaces in Nymphenburg and Oberschleissheim are reminders of Bavaria's royal past. Schloss Nymphenburg (Nymphenburg Palace), some 6 km (4 mi) north west of the city centre, is surrounded by an impressive park and is considered to be one of Europe's most beautiful royal residences. 2 km (1 mi) north west of Nymphenburg Palace is Schloss Blutenburg (Blutenburg Castle), an old ducal country seat with a late-Gothic palace church. Schloss Fürstenried (Fürstenried Palace), a baroque palace of similar structure to Nymphenburg but of much smaller size, was erected around the same time in the south west of Munich. Ludwigsburg Palace (German: Schloss Ludwigsburg) is a historical building in the city of Ludwigsburg (12 km north of Stuttgart's city centre), Germany. It is one of the country's largest Baroque palaces and features an enormous garden in that style. Ludwigsburg Residential Palace is one of the largest Baroque buildings in Europe to survive in its original condition. It offers visitors an insightful tour through the centuries – from Baroque to Rococo to Neoclassical. Ludwigsburg Residential Palace (Residenzschloss Ludwigsburg) is one of the few Baroque buildings to have survived the tumultuous history of the last centuries almost unscathed. This truly palatial complex stands out not just for its impressive size, but also for its sumptuous interiors. Another feature is the unique blend of three quite different architectural styles: Baroque, Rococo and Neoclassicism. If you want to see Baden-Württemberg at its most beautiful, visit the many palaces and gardens run by the state heritage agency, Staatliche Schlösser und Gärten. Located directly north of Ludwigsburg’s main residential palace, Favorite Palace (Schloss Favorite) enjoys a commanding position overlooking the extensive Favoritepark. Its magnificent woodland was originally planted to create a pheasant farm. The Nymphenburg Palace (German: Schloss Nymphenburg), i. e., "Castle of the Nymph (or Nymphs)", is a Baroque palace in Munich, Bavaria, southern Germany. The palace is the main summer residence of the former rulers of Bavaria of the House of Wittelsbach. Nymphenburg Palace acquired its present-day dimensions under the elctor Max Emanuel (reigned 1680-1726). Supervised by the court architect Henrico Zuccalli, two off-set pavilions were built on each side of the existing structure, to the north and south. Begun in 1701, the pavilions were linked with the central edifice by galleries. However, the Spanish War of Succession soon put a stopp to construction work because Max Emanuel was again obliged to spend time outside Bavaria, from 1704 to 1715. The Bavarian Elector Ferdinand Maria presented his wife Henriette Adelaide with the inn, Schwaige Kemnat, to the west of the royal capital Munich, on the occasion of the long-awaited birth of a successor to the throne Max Emanuel in 1663. In Nymphenburg, Friedrich Ludwig von Sckell succeeded in creating a classical landscape garden, whose special charm lay in the continuation of characteristic features of the gardens originating from previous and fundamentally different stylistic epochs. The grounds have remained virtually unchanged in their basic structure until today.

Ludwigsburg, Germany: Returning home after a 55 years absence

I am back for a visit to my old hometown of Ludwigsburg, Germany after 55 years. I was born and raised in Germany (my mother is German); my American father was in the U.S. Army and we moved around a bit before emigrating to the U.S. in January 1957. Of all the places I lived in Germany, this was my favorite and I was coming into my own as a person at the age of 9 there. I also revisited Schloss Ludwigsburg and they were having their annual Pumpkin Festival, where animal sculptures made out of pumpkins were on display..

Life in Germany - Ep. 41: Ludwigsburg

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