sculptorThe no-Worry Palace is a palace in Potsdam near Berlin, built by King Frederick the Great of Prussia as his summer palace. The palace was built between 1745 and 1747 to accommodate King Frederick's need for private residences, allowing him to relax from the pomp and ceremony of the Berlin Court. The name of the palace, translated as "no worries" in french ( sans souci), symbolizes the palace as a place of relaxation, not a place of power.
139***13The palace is famous for the Potsdam conference held between the president of the United States, the prime minister, Winston Churchill and the Soviet Union, from July 17 to August 2, 1945, and was held by the president of the United States and the British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill on July 26, 1945 Joint Potsdam Declaration to decide on Japan's “unconditional surrender.”
suifeng2019Compared with Sanssouci Palace, the new palace is larger and more luxurious, with much fewer tourists. The most representative one is the banquet hall on the first floor. Although the main color is gray, it does not look dim at all. It is decorated with tens of thousands of shells and is very exquisite.
suifeng2019The so-called Chinese tea room was built in accordance with the Western interpretation of the Chinese style at that time. It is a combination of Rococo and Chinese style, a circular pavilion-style building with a dome. Whether it is the overall architectural style or the furnishings inside, there is absolutely no relationship to China.
M32***23If you travel by car in Germany, you usually have to pass a bridge, the Glienike Bridge (Glienike Bridge), which you have to pass from Berlin to Potsdam. He sits on the Havel river, connecting the states of Brandenburg and Berlin. The Havel River is one of the most beautiful rivers in the world. It connects multiple lakes. The drop of the whole river is only more than 40 meters. The river surface is calm and the scenery is beautiful.
Despite its small size, this palace is wonderfully built- the interior design is absolutely stunning and it is well-wroth seeing. The furnishings and walls are mostly preserved and it is fascinating to see how Frederick the Great lived at that time. Everything is in the style of Rococo, which gives the Palace a palatial feel which is something to experience. #wintergetaway
sachsenhausen detention camp is one of those visits you gotta do to see history in its raw form. it’s depressing and the same time enlightening. human kind is shown at its lowest but after the war, Germany has done everything it can to not only put the past behind it, but to make sure nothing similar will ever happen again.
So splendid！Falling love with the elegant Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam!
Potsdam Palace Tour: Another small and exquisite palace about 3 km away from Sanssouci is actually more like a quaint little champion surrounded by a quiet garden. In the evening, there are not many tourists and it is more clean. The most important reason why the
Cezlinhof Palace is famous in the world is that from July 17 to August 2, 1945, US President Truman, Prime Minister Churchill and Soviet Stalin held Potsdam here. On July 26, 1945, US President Truman and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill jointly issued the Potsdam Declaration to determine the relevant provisions of Japan's "unconditional surrender." Therefore, the Cecilinhof Palace has become an important historical monument.