Schiller Square is said to be the horse breeding house back then, and it is the only square that was restored in the original state after the war in Stuttgart. At the beginning of the 16th century, the Duke of Württemberg Friedrich commissioned the famous architect Heinrich Schickhardt to complete the design and construction of Schiller Square.
In the center of the square is a statue of German writer Schiller, completed in 1839 by a Danish sculptor. Schiller was born in Marbach near Stuttgart.
The buildings around Schiller Square are the Old Palace, the Old Prime Minister's Mansion Hotel (formerly the Prime Minister's Mansion), the Ministry of Justice (formerly the Prince's Mansion), the Monastery Church and the Musical Instrument Museum. These buildings are beautifully designed and luxurious, especially at the weekend market, which can make people imagine the prosperity of Stuttgart in the past.
The square is also a large area. Some things can be seen in this place. It is quite simple to visit here. You can see many shops on both sides, and several roads can be extended to different areas for free movement. Time can turn around.
Stuttgart is the hometown of Hegel. The poet Schiller was cited as his own by the people of Stuttgart because he studied at the Karl Higher Military Academy in Stuttgart from 1773-1780. He was famous in the Palace Square, Karls Square, Market Square and other political and economic figures. In addition, he also occupied a square in Stuttgart in the name of a poet... When I passed by again in the afternoon, I saw the golden sunlight spreading the shadows of the two triangular walls on the walls of the old Chancellery (cream-colored building). Bronze Schiller stands alone in the sunshine in Shadow Valley, as a lonely spirit in a historical area.
The scenery is beautiful and very special, you can go and see.
Schillerplatz is the only square restored in Stuttgart after the war.