Architecture of Germany
The architecture of Germany has a long, rich and diverse history. Every major European style from Roman to Post Modern is demonstrated, including renowned examples of Carolingian, Romanesque, Gothic...
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Unfinished Business 03 Herrenchiemsee Palace
This time in our series on unfinished architectural projects we visit a palace that was not completed due to the untimely and controversial death of mad King Ludwig of Bavaria.
Palaces in Germany - German Emperors, Kings and Palaces - The feudal time of the nobility
Germany is dotted with impressive buildings left behind by the great rulers and royal dynasties who reigned supreme over its various territories. Discover th...
Castles in Germany - Schwangau Germany: Fairy Tale Castle
Bavaria's Mad King Ludwig built the castle of his dreams, Neuschwanstein, a mere fifteen minute walk from Hohenschwangau, his boyhood castle home. Shortly ...
Palaces in Germany - Zwinger Palace - Great Attractions (Germany)
Take a tour of Zwinger Palace in Germany -- part of the World's Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats. This grand baroque palace was Augustus the Strong's ...
Palaces in Germany - Palaces of Germany - Sans Souci in Potsdam
Palace of Sans Soucci in Potsdam, near Berlin, Germany.
Nazi architecture - Nazi architecture video
1. Berghof 2. Atlantic Wall 3. Ehrentempel 4. Weingut I (Underground Factory Project) 5. Haus der deutschen Kunst 6. Prora - Colossus of Prora 7. Flakturme (...
Nazi architecture - Germania Nazi Architecture Berlin
The planned Nazi capital of Germania shown in 3D form.
Sanssouci - Video
With 500 ha of parks and 150 buildings constructed between 1730 and 1916, Potsdam's complex of palaces and parks forms an artistic whole, whose eclectic natu...
Biedermeier
The Biedermeier style refers to aspects of everyday life, comfort and family. Learn about Biedermeier with tips from an art historian in this free fine art v...
Castles in Germany
List of fortifications and historical residences in Germany which go under the name of Burg, Festung, Palais, Palast or Schloss in German.The lists include not just castles but what in English might b...
Castles in Germany - Wikipedia
Karlstor
11°34′00″E / 48.13901°N 11.56677°E / 48.13901; 11.56677Karlstor in Munich (called Neuhauser Tor until 1791) is one of what used to be Munich's famed city wall from the medieva...
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Achstetten Castle
Achstetten Castle is a classicist mansion in the southern German municipality of Achstetten in Upper Swabia.
Achstetten Castle is located at an elevation of about 503 m in the southern part of the...
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Führer Headquarters
The Führer Headquarters (Führerhauptquartiere in German), abbreviated FHQ, is a common name for a number of official headquarters used by the Nazi leader Adolf Hitler and various German commanders and...
Führer Headquarters - Wikipedia
Wewelsburg
For the village of Wewelsburg see Village of WewelsburgWewelsburg ([ˈveːvəlsˌbʊɐ̯k]) is a Renaissance castle located in the village of Wewelsburg, which is a district of the town of Büren, Westphalia,...
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St. Lorenz, Nuremberg
St. Lorenz (St. Lawrence) is a medieval church of the former free imperial city of Nuremberg in southern Germany. It is dedicated to Saint Lawrence. The church was badly damaged during the Second Wo...
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Electoral Palace Mainz
The Electoral Palace in Mainz (German: Kurfürstliches Schloss zu Mainz) is the former city Residenz of the Archbishop of Mainz, who was also Prince-Elector of his electoral state within the Holy ...
Electoral Palace Mainz - Wikipedia
Maybach I and II
Maybach I and II were a series of above and underground bunkers built 20 kilometres south of Berlin in Wünsdorf near Zossen, Brandenburg to house the High Command of the Army (in Maybach I) and the Su...
Church of the Saviour, Baku
The Church of the Saviour (Azerbaijani: Xilaskar kilsəsi; German: Erlöserkirche, also known as the kirkha, from the German word "Kirche") is a Lutheran church in Baku, Azerbaijan (28 May Stree...
Church of the Saviour, Baku - Wikipedia
Elmstein Castle
Elmstein Castle (German: Burg Elmstein) is a castle ruin built in the High Middle Ages overlooking Elmstein in the Palatinate Forest in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It was built in th...
Elmstein Castle - Wikipedia
Altstadt Town Hall
The Altstadt Town Hall (German: Altstädtisches Rathaus) was the town hall of Altstadt, first an independent town and later a quarter of Königsberg, Germany.
The town hall was located along the...
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Georghausen castle
Georghausen Castle (German: Schloss Georghausen) is a moated castle in the district of Georghausen of the municipality of Lindlar, Oberbergischer Kreis in North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany).
The...
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Hohenasperg
Hohenasperg, located in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg near Stuttgart, Germany, of which it is administratively part, is an ancient fortress and prison overlooking the town of Asperg. It was a...
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Achalm Castle
Achalm Castle is a ruined castle located above the towns of Reutlingen and Pfullingen in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Situated on the top of a hill at the edge of the Swabian Alb the ruins of the 11th...
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Bellevue Palace (Germany)
Bellevue Palace (Schloss Bellevue), located in Berlin's Tiergarten district, has been the official residence of the President of Germany since 1994. It is situated on the banks of the Spree river, nea...
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Charlottenhof Palace
Charlottenhof Palace or Charlottenhof Manor (German: Schloss Charlottenhof) is located southwest of Sanssouci Palace in Sanssouci Park at Potsdam, Germany. It is most famous as the summer residen...
Charlottenhof Palace - Wikipedia
German Bestelmeyer
German Bestelmeyer (8 June 1874 – 30 June 1942) was a German architect, university lecturer, and proponent of Nazi architecture. Most of his work was in South Germany.
Bestelmeyer was born i...
German Bestelmeyer - Wikipedia