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Kreismuseum Wewelsburg

Büren-wewelsburg, Germany

Wewelsburg Castle was built between 1603 and1609 in Weser Renaissance style as a supplementary residence for the Prince Bishops of Paderborn. The triangular castle, which is located in the village of Wewelsburg (Büren) in the district of Paderborn,...

Stadhuis Aken

Aachen, Germany

In the early 14th century, the townspeople of Aachen took over the ruined palace of Charlemagne. On its foundation they built the gothic town hall, which was converted into a baroque building in the 17th and 18th centuries. The town hall was...

Schloss Burg

Solingen, Germany

The site is located in southern Brittany, on the Gulf of Morbihan, in the village of Le Hallate. Directions: on the RN 165, halfway between Vannes and Auray take the exit Plougoumelen, at Keneah left.

The Dom

Aachen, Germany

The Aachen Cathedral is one of the most famous examples of occidental architecture. It is the church where more than 30 German kings were crowned, the burial place of Charlemagne, an important pilgrimage church and since 1930 Cathedral of the...

Couven Museum

Aachen, Germany

The Couven its visitors how the living culture looked like in the 18th and 19th century. 20 Particularly noteworthy are the great variety and quality of the furnishings, fireplaces and stucco. Rococo and Aachen / Liège baroque together into a...

Brandenburger Tor

Berlin, Germany

The Brandenburg Gate (German: Brandenburger Tor) is a former city gate and one of the main symbols of Berlin, Germany. It is located between the Pariser Platz and the Platz des 18. März and is the only remaining gate of a series through which one...

Eisenbrunnen

Aachen, Germany

The Elisenbrunnen is the symbol of the town of Aachen. The building was erected in 1827 to plans by Cremer and Schinkel. When it served as a source home and gallery, one can still taste the Aachen thermal waters even today. Marble plaques recall the...

Zollverein

Essen, Germany

In Essen in the Ruhr area are old factories and old coal mine Zollverein. In 1986 the work in the mines and the company put stop, after which the Zollverein buildings have stood empty for some time. Since 2001, the complex on the world heritage list...

Friedrichstraße

Berlin, Germany

Die Friedrichstraße ist die legendärste Straße der Stadt – hier verbindet sich die Tradition der "Goldenen Zwanziger" mit der Architektur des Neuen Berlins. Einst waren in der 3,5 km langen Straße die Vergnügungspaläste, Cafés, Theater und...

Barockschlösschen Waisenhaus

Bitburg, Germany

This charming former medieval castle is a jewel of the Baroque period and was built around 1750. Since 1960, the castle houses various types of schools, while previously temporarily served as an orphanage in the century. Currently there is a...

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Charlottenburg Palace

Berlin, Germany

Built by Elector Friederich III in 1699 as a summer palace for his wife Sophie Charlotte, this regal estate, the largest palace in Berlin, is framed by a baroque-style garden. Inside, a collection of 18th century French paintings is the largest of...

Zollverein

Essen, Germany

In Essen in the Ruhr area are old factories and old coal mine Zollverein. In 1986 the work in the mines and the company put stop, after which the Zollverein buildings have stood empty for some time. Since 2001, the complex on the world heritage list...

Schloss Moritzburg

Moritzburg, Germany

Augustus the Strong, King of Poland and Elector of Saxony, was the representative of Schloss Moritzburg and jbouwde for hunting and pleasure lodge on the walls of the former Renaissance building just outside the gates of Dresden. Not only the...

Barockschlösschen Waisenhaus

Bitburg, Germany

This charming former medieval castle is a jewel of the Baroque period and was built around 1750. Since 1960, the castle houses various types of schools, while previously temporarily served as an orphanage in the century. Currently there is a...

English Garden

München, Germany

Munich´s famous 900-acre park has shaded paths, brooks, ponds and swans and is best known for its four beer gardens (Chinesischer Turm, Seehaus, Hirschau, Aumeister) and nude sunbathers. The park stretches from the center of the city (near...

Schlossplatz

Berlin, Germany

For centuries, Schlossplatz was the centre of Berlin; but since the massive Hohenzollern palace was blown up by the East German authorities in 1950, the former palace square has been characterised mainly by a feeling of emptiness. None of the newer...

St.-Hedwigs-Kathedrale

Berlin, Germany

St. Hedwig's Cathedral is the diocesan church of the Archdiocese of Berlin and the most important Roman Catholic ecclesiastical building in the city. As a sign of the religious tolerance of Prussia, Friedrich II. gave permission for it to be built,...

Tiergarten Regierungsviertel

Berlin, Germany

In recent years, the former "government quarter" in »Tiergarten has once again become the political hub of the Federal Republic of Germany. Since the decision was taken to move the seat of government to Berlin, many new federal buildings have been...

Lehrter Bahnhof

Berlin, Germany

The construction of the new central station "Berlin Hauptbahnhof" is the most spectacular architectural project currently underway in Berlin. Europe's biggest rail transfer point was opened in may 2006 and is ready by the time Germany plays host...

Schlossstraße

Berlin, Germany

Schlossstraße, which begins at »Schloss Charlottenburg (Charlottenburg Palace) is a fine boulevard lined with splendid 19th-century villas and several important museums. The street leads westwards, and was designed as a view corridor to the...

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