Magnet Sanssouci Palace
This magnificent view of the magnificent Sanssouci Palace fronted by its manicured terraced garden is ready to make its way to your home. The palace was commissioned during the reign of King Frederick II of Prussia. Also known as King Frederick the Great and Old Fritz, the King had this palace and its landscaped gardens built according to his wishes, which is why the castle is oftentimes hailed as the epitome of Frederick IIs elegance and serenity. Later on, as new kings sat on Prussias throne, new gardens, sculptures and palaces were incorporated into the property that encompasses the entire Sanssouci Park to what it is now.
This fridge magnet makes for a perfect gift for friends and family or as a keepsake to remember your visit to Berlin and its wonderful parks, sculptures and castles. The Palace, along with other palaces and parks encompassing the landscape of Potsdam, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1990. And boasting 500 hectares of intricately beautiful, landscaped parks and 150 buildings constructed between 1730 and 1916 by the most accomplished architects and sculptures, Potsdam's wealth of palaces and vast parks form the artistic, cultural landscape whose diverse nature reinforces the sense of uniqueness, which makes Potsdam what it is at present and what attracts the thousands of globetrotters each year. The breathtaking views and collective grandness of the extensive architectural and cultural landscape of Potsdams castles and parks greatly embody the Prussian era and have earned their title of being a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Dimensions: 8 x 6 cm
- Material: acrylic
- Features a full magnetic back
- Custom Made
- Made in Germany