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Panorama Magnet New Palace in the Sanssousi Park
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At the western end of the main avenue of the Sanssouci Park rises a huge palace, which from a distance by its high tambour dome is already apparent: The New Palace. The large facility was recognizable representation, in contrast to the intimate and modest Sanssouci Palace.

Inside, visitors will find splendid reception rooms, beautiful galleries and luxurious royal apartments and the south wing the baroque theater of Sanssouci. Here you can fine works of art and crafts of the 18th century experience in their original context.

The New Palace is the last castle that Frederick II (also known as Frederick the Great and Old Fritz) had built in his park. It was a demonstration of unbroken performance of the Prussian state after the years of privation of the Seven Years' War from 1756 to 1763. Friedrich himself here seldom used, later the castle was usually only used as a guest apartment and for festivities.

The recently remodeled Lower Prince Quarter with Tress rooms, concert room and oval cabinet is one of the most valuable interiors in Europe. Similarly, the Grotto Hall could be reintegrated after extensive renovation work in the tour of the castle. The mysterious glitter and sparkles, with Frederick the Great wanted to impress its visitors, is now experiencing again. Later, Emperor Wilhelm II, the last German Kaiser, the New Palace used the New Palace as his and his familys preferred residence.

Details

- Dimensions: 11.5 x 4 cm
- Material: acrylic
- Features a full magnetic back
- Custom Made
- Made in Germany
Product Code: MSS64-10424
Brand: Museum-shop
weight: 10 g
Product Condition: New
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