The old Royal Palace in Banberg, next to the cathedral, is not particularly brilliant. It was built in the Renaissance period of 1570. It is an old wooden house with a derivative frame. The inner courtyard is a broad atrium and a traditional German semi-wooden building. Now it's used as a local history museum and a chapel for people to hold wedding ceremonies. It's worth walking around.
Out of Banberg Cathedral, he walked blindly into a courtyard. There was a big tree in the courtyard. The houses around it were not very high. It was about the second floor. Which landlord's courtyard did I think was? A search of Google maps, alas, the former palace!
In the last hour of the afternoon, I visited the German Museum of History. It said that it had a lot of contents. It would take at least half a day to finish the visit, and one day it would be better. But there are still some gains in this hour, such as knowing that France and Germany were a country in the early days, and then the eastern part split up the embryonic form of Germany now.
The Rose Garden is situated opposite the old palace. In more than seventy flower beds enclosed by poplar hedges, there are more than 4500 roses with different colors and fragrances. Every year, Rose Garden holds various musical performances, especially Rose Serenade Concert, which combines the selected music programs with the magnificent atmosphere of the garden and has a unique elegant charm.
It feels like everything is good. It really has a sense of the times.
Although it is an old palace, it is still well preserved.