The Lena River is not wide, there are small iron bridges from time to time, small stone bridges across the river, one side is the classical castle, European-style architecture, according to the sense of history, visitors are not many, but exquisite, each step is a scene, as long as good at discovery.
The Lena Palace is the residence of today's Lower Saxony Parliament and the former king's residence, dating back to the 12th century Franciscana Monastery, which was demolished in 1533. The northwest wing of the palace was renovated in 1742 after being chosen as a residence by Duke Karenberg of Hanover in 1636. The rest came from the designs of George Friedrich Ralph, a very active architect in Hanover who completely rebuilt the palace between 1816 and 1844. The Palace also has huge colonnades on Lena Street, six Corinthian stone pillars and a flat triangular gable with the state emblem of Lower Saxony. The three-storey building and folded roof of a palace on Lena Street are Baroque. In 1943, the Lena Palace was completely burnt down, with only a few pillars unspoiled. After the reconstruction, the modern plenary hall was built in the destroyed side rooms.
Lena River Castle, located in the city of Hanover, also known as the Lena Palace, is a famous palace attraction in Hanover. The appearance of Lena River Castle is very distinctive. On the one hand, it is a Roman style building composed of tall Roman pillars, on the other hand, it is a low-key Baroque style building. After years of erosion, the castle can still see its former brilliance.
The 40,000 square meters German castle was inspected!!! The Castle expects the new owner to operate it reasonably.
It used to be the king's residence, but now it's held by the Lower Saxony State Council. Perhaps it's not as good as it used to be, but now the government here really benefits the people here. Visiting here, you can feel the changes of European political culture.
The Lena River is not wide. The ancient bridges are worth watching.
It is said that once the palace of the king, now the general government office, the old building, did not see the past look.