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  2. Babelsberg Palace - Wikipedia

    1992, 1999. Babelsberg Palace ( German: Schloss Babelsberg) lies in the eponymous park and quarter of Potsdam, the capital of the German state of Brandenburg, near Berlin. For over 50 years it was the summer residence of Prince William, later German Emperor William I and King of Prussia and his wife, Augusta of the House of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach ...

  3. Babelsberg Palace - Emperor William I’s Summer Residence | SPSG

    This house is open during special events. Babelsberg Palace was built in 1833 as a summer residence for Crown Prince William – later Emperor William I. Karl Friedrich Schinkel drafted plans for a palace in a neo-Gothic style while drawing inspiration from English Tudor architecture. The architects Ludwig Persius and Johann Heinrich Strack ...

  4. Babelsberg Castle - History and Facts | History Hit

    Babelsberg Castle is a picturesque 19th century Gothic castle which boasts stunning views of the surrounding countryside. The castle was built between 1833 and 1849 and was an example of 19th century neo-Gothic architecture, and served as the summer residence of Emperor Wilhelm I.

  5. Babelsberg - Wikipedia

    Babelsberg [ˈbaːbl̩sˌbɛʁk]) is the largest Potsdam, the capital city of the German state of Brandenburg. The neighbourhood is named after a small hill on the Havel river. It is the location of Babelsberg Palace and Park, part of the Palaces and Parks of Potsdam and Berlin UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as Babelsberg Studio, a ...

  6. Museumsportal Berlin - Museum – Babelsberg Palace

    Babelsberg Palace was built according to plans by Karl Friedrich Schinkel in the charming hilly countryside on the Havel River in 1833, as a summer residence for the later Emperor William I and his wife Augusta. Inspired by Tudor style English models, Schinkel created the first neo-Gothic palace on the continent.

  7. Babelsberg Palace |

    A picturesque construction in the English Tudor style with embattled walls, flanking towers and lancet windows – built to the plans of architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel. The palace is surrounded by terraces with mosaics, sculptures, beautifully arranged flowerbeds and a gothic fountain.

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