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Linderhof Palace (German: Schloss Linderhof) is a Schloss in Germany, in southwest Bavaria near Ettal Abbey. It is the smallest of the three palaces built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria and the only one which he lived to see completed. Ludwig already knew the area around Linderhof from his youth when he had accompanied his father King Maximilian II of Bavaria on his hunting trips in the Bavarian Alps. When Ludwig II became king in 1864 he inherited the so-called Königshäuschen from his father, and in 1869 began enlarging the building. In 1874 he decided to tear down the Königshäuschen and rebuild it on its present-day location in the park. At the same time three new rooms and the staircase were added to the remaining U-shaped complex, and the previous wooden exterior was clad with stone façades. The building was designed in the style of the second rococo-period. Between 1863 and 1886 a total of 8,460,937 marks was spent constructing Linderhof. The gardens surrounding Linderhof Palace are considered one of the most beautiful creations of historicist garden design, designed by Court Garden Director Carl von Effner. The park combines formal elements of Baroque style or Italian Renaissance gardens with landscaped sections that are similar to the English garden. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Skyride to Paradise Point, St Thomas, US Virgin Islands" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I63NPWAS72g -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Ludwig II of Bavaria had castles and palaces built that reflected all his dreams and desires. That's how he became known as the fairy-tale king - a fascinating figure to this day. Discover more: http://www.dw.de/discovergermany
The Reconstruction of The Berlin City Palace. The Berliner Stadtschloss was a Royal and imperial palace in the centre of Berlin. It was the winter residence of the Kings of Prussia and the German Emperors. In 2013 work commenced on reconstruction of the palace. The completion is expected in 2019. The palace was originally built in the 15th century. It was the principal residence and winter residence of the Hohenzollern Kings of Prussia from 1701 to 1918. After the unification of Germany in 1871, it was also the central residence for the German Emperors. It became a museum following the fall of the German Empire in 1918. The palace was heavily damaged by air raids in World War II. Although it could have been repaired, the palace was demolished in 1950 by the Communists, the GDR authorities. Visit: http://berliner-schloss.de/en/ Stand for Beauty, Tradition, Heritage, Order and Craft.
Pałac w Wilanowie. Complete visit to Wilanów Palace, a wonderful baroque royal residence in Warsaw, Poland. See the magnificent gardens, rooms, statues, halls, paintings, chapels, and more. Wilanów Palace or Wilanowski Palace is a royal palace located in the Wilanów district, Warsaw, and is one of Poland's most important monuments. The palace was built for king John III Sobieski in the last quarter of the 17th century and was later enlarged by other owners. A MUST SEE for any visitor to Warsaw. Check the palace's website for free admission on specific days. Please LIKE, SHARE with friends, and SUBSCRIBE if you enjoyed. Thank you! Audio tracks: "Sweltering Poets". Music from Jukedeck - create your own at http://jukedeck.com At the end of the video: "Sound off", by Jingle Punks.
The architectural heritage in the valley's historic towns is notable, especially its châteaux, such as the Château de Montsoreau, Château d'Amboise, Château d'Azay-le-Rideau, Château de Chambord, Château de Chinon, Château du Rivau, Château d'Ussé, Château de Villandry and Chenonceau. The châteaux, numbering more than three hundred, represent a nation of builders starting with the necessary castle fortifications in the 10th century to the splendour of those built half a millennium later. Subscribe Travel & Discover: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TravelAndDiscover1 Soundrack from Relax in Sax by Experience Project, available on Deezer http://www.deezer.com/it/album/49451762 Visit PLAYaudio Music Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbJqerJ4zeGP5jtoY4RZ9gg
The Augustusburg and Falkenlust Palaces form a historical building complex in Brühl, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, which has been listed as a UNESCO cultural World Heritage Site since 1984. The buildings are connected by the spacious gardens and trees of the Schlosspark. Augustusburg Palace and its parks also serve as a venue for the Brühl Palace Concerts. The Max Ernst Museum is located nearby.
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