乖小咪Schwerin Castle is the most famous building in this German town. The scale of the castle is very large, and the whole is mainly light yellow, which looks very noble and elegant. There are many towers in the entire castle, intertwined with each other and distinct. The castle is located by the lake in Schwerin and is definitely an ideal place to take pictures.
乖小咪The Schwerin Cathedral is the most famous building in Schwerin, and it is also a landmark here. His green triangular spire soaring into the clouds, you can see it from anywhere in the town. The size of the church is very large, the decoration inside is also very luxurious, the manor is definitely worth visiting.
The Siegessaule is a monument that was built as a symbol of the victory of the ancient German kingdom in the war against Denmark. This building was built in 1864 and inaugurated in September 1873. When this building was about to be inaugurated, Germany also won the war against France and Austria. This victory monument is very majestic and is characterized by a very monumental classical ancient building and is a symbol of the pride of the city of Berlin in particular. On the top of the tower, there is a statue of a goddess named Lizzy.
This goddess is the exact same goddess figure as the one above the Brandenburgh gate. Berlin is indeed very thick with historical nuances and relics of classical buildings so that for tourists who like history and culture, Berlin is a tourist city paradise for science and their interest in the history and culture of Europe's past.
#tripaway Surrounded by Lake Schwerin and in front of Schwerin town center, Schwerin Castle enchants with its unique combination of architecture and landscape.
The former residential building in Schwerin is one of the most important historic buildings in Germany.
With the inclusion of Renaissance buildings from the 16th century and the beginning of the 17th century with terracotta ornaments and ornamental facades, the present appearance of the palace was created between 1843 and 1857.
The palace was redesigned according to the plans of builders Georg Adolph Demmler and Friedrich August Stüler in the neo-renaissance style. The castles of the French Renaissance, especially the Chambord in the Loire, exerted a strong influence on the model.
It is especially worth seeing in the castle museum the magnificent ducal display rooms on the festival floor, such as the Throne Room and the ancestral gallery, as well as the living and social rooms at the bottom of the room, such as dining, tea, flower rooms and New Year gallery
Precious porcelain from Meissen, Berlin and other European manufacturers, as well as courtyard and Mecklenburg paintings from the 18th and 20th centuries can be seen in the rooms of former children. The castle garden and the orange are also worth a visit.
In addition to its function as a cultural meeting place, the castle is also the seat of the Mecklenburg-Western Pomeranian state parliament.
The annual SCHWERIN SCHLOSSFESTSPIELE is also very popular and well attended.
You can discover Schwerin Castle on a city tour in the most important sights of Schwerin.