Charlottesburg Palace is the largest existing palace in Berlin and a historical witness of the Prussian Kingdom. It stands tall and magnificent, and is the architectural treasure of Germany. And the back garden. The scenery is fascinating.
Schloss Charlottenburg, the Palace of Charlottenburg, was named by Frederick I, the Elector of Brandenburg, after his wife Charlotte. It was the Palace of the King of Prussia. The whole palace wasn't very big, but the magnificent Rococo decoration blinded my cat's eyes. In fact, this palace is also a replica of Versailles Palace. Later, Frederick II built the Palace of No Care in Potsdam, still imitated Versailles Palace, and gave a French name: Schloss Sanssouci to reflect his simplest wish: carefree. It is for this reason that I temporarily decided to abandon my plan to go to Potsdam and take my wife to see the real Versailles Palace. Only in this way can we have today's leisurely wandering aimlessly.
Yesterday, it took three hours for Charlottenburg to finish the indoor tour, because Alte can't take pictures of the palace, which is basically attached or later built, is more than Ningfenburg Palace in Munich (see the Palace of Freedom in Potsdam when you have a chance)
Charlottesburg Palace is Berlin's largest Baroque palace, the palace is very beautiful, especially the large garden in front of his door, beautiful to amaze people. The halls and rooms inside the palace are luxuriously decorated and the cultural relics are exquisitely preserved. The only disadvantage is that there is no Chinese explanation in the palace, but there is a Chinese explanation. Friends with poor English may sound laborious.
Charlottesburg Palace is the largest existing palace in Berlin, Germany. It is located in Charlottesburg and the Charlottesburg area under the jurisdiction of Wilmersdorf. Tickets: 12 Euros plus 3 Euros for photos, plus family packages
Charlottesburg Palace is the largest existing palace in Berlin, Germany. It is located in Charlottesburg and the Charlottesburg area under the jurisdiction of Wilmersdorf. Tickets: 12 Euros, plus 3 Euros for photos. In addition, there are family packages. European palaces are usually front courtyard, main building of palace, garden behind, and finally a small lake. The Spray River flows by the palace, just like an artificial moat. After the tour, I ate two ice-cream to replenish my energy.
The earliest house of the Prussian Royal family. Many Chinese porcelain were displayed in the room. It can be seen that the European nobility was a luxury at that time. The palace church is very beautiful and magnificent. After two years of restoration, the Charlottesburg Palace in Berlin has become more and more beautiful, although it is still being repaired. Especially the flower beds are very beautiful. There are also Monet's water lilies behind.
I've loved it since I first came to Berlin many years ago. The Charlottesburg Palace has never been there. I finally have time to visit Berlin this time. Although I have visited many places around me, because I like Berlin and Germany, I'm interested in seeing it again anywhere in Germany.
The French palaces and gardens in Northwest Berlin have the same layout as the Hafa palaces and gardens in Germany, but they also have their own unique features. Baroque's palace buildings and wing towers, square flower beds, and Belvedere, a viewing Pavilion in the woods and trees. In addition to Hafa, the German aristocrats who prevailed in hedonism in that era also had a Chinese style, which could be clearly felt in the Palace of Charlottenburg. Internal photography costs money. Buy a bracelet with a photo permit.
Charlottesburg Palace is much smaller than Munich Palace. It has a splendid porcelain room. It costs 10 euros! A medieval castle, a medieval Restaurant