The 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.
The building is built in the style of Rococo, and the main attractions are the library (Bibliothek), the concert hall (Konzertsaal), and the marble hall (Marmorhalle).
The sun just showed his face, thinking it was clearing up. Potsdam, outside Berlin, where the Potsdam Agreement was signed after World War II. Here is the Palace of Versailles called Prussia-"Sanssouci Palace". Since today is Monday and the museum is closed, we only visit the exterior of the palace and the garden. Similar to the palace of the 18th century, Sanssouci Palace also has a large fountain with long steps leading to the side of the pool. The round fountain is surrounded by various exquisite sculptures, which is very imposing. Go down the steps and take pictures of the beautiful scenery while walking. Inadvertently, dark clouds appeared in the sky, and I didn't dare to fight, but as soon as I walked back, a pouring rain fell from the sky. There was no place to shelter from the rain in the garden, and one by one suddenly became drenched. The tour guide ridiculed: "The nobles go out windy and rainy." Yes, we are fortunate enough. After visiting for more than ten days, we encountered a shower today and learned the joy and anger of the sky in Sanssouci Palace. Time to be content.
Sanssouci Palace is a German palace and garden in the 18th century. It is located in the northern suburbs of Potsdam, Germany. It was built by King Frederick II of Prussia imitating the Palace of Versailles in France. The name of the palace is taken from the French word "Worry" or "Mo worry". In 1990, UNESCO listed the Sanssouci Palace and its spacious park as a world cultural heritage.
The architectural style of Rococo is fully displayed in Sanssouci Palace. The winding gilt branches and vines are decorated on the ceiling, supplemented by fruit and animal sculptures, with soft and bright colors. Frederick spent most of his life here, and did not want to stay away after his death, but was buried in a corner of the garden next to the palace.
Preston_Dominguez: Potsdam， Brandenburg
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Sanssouci Palace,Neues Palais,Chinesisches Haus (Chinese House),Park Charlottenhof,Dutch Quarter