The Kronprinzenpalais (English: Crown Prince's Palace) is a former Royal Prussian residence on Unter den Linden boulevard in the historic centre of Berlin. It was built in 1663 and renovated in 1857 according to plans by Heinrich Strack in Neoclassical style. From 1919 to 1937, it was home to the modern art collection of the National Gallery.
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The Kronprinzenpalais (Crown Prince’s Palace) is a landmark late Neoclassical-style building at one end of Unter den Linden in Berlin. It was a palace of the ruling Hohenzollern house of Prussia until the abolition of the monarchy at the end of World War I.
Kronprinzenpalais is located in Germany. The Kronprinzenpalais is a former Royal Prussian residence on Unter den Linden boulevard in the historic centre of Berlin. It was built in 1663 and renovated in 1857 according to plans by Heinrich Strack in Neoclassical style.
Originally completed in 1663 the Kronprinzenpalais, or Crown Prince's Palace, has seen its fair share of history. Having stood in all its baroque glory for two centuries the Palace was rebuilt in the 19th century by King Fredrich Wilhelm in order to house his newborn son Prince Wilhelm II.
The Crown Princesses' Palace – today's Opera Café immediately to the right of the Staatsoper had been built for the daughters of Friedrich Wilhelm III (1797-1840) in 1811 with an extension, the attractive covered bridge, connecting it to the Princes' Palace. The present building is the 1969 reconstruction by Richard Paulick.
The Kronprinzenpalais ( Crown Prince's Palace) is a landmark late Neoclassical -style building at one end of Unter den Linden in Berlin. It was a palace of the ruling Hohenzollern house of Prussia until the abolition of the monarchy at the end of World War I.
The Kronprinzenpalais Stuttgart Königstraße 38 · 70173 Stuttgart Your new workplace in the regional capital of Baden-Württemberg could not be more centrally located: Benefit from the location Königstraße in Stuttgart, in between Stuttgart's most famous shopping mile and the high-class parallel street of Kronprinzstraße.
Deutsch: Das Kronprinzenpalais ist ein spätklassizistisches Palais am Beginn der Straße Unter den Linden in Berlin, das lange dem preußischen Herrscherhaus als Stadtpalais diente. 1919-1939 war es als Neue Abteilung der Nationalgalerie Berlin das weltweit erste Museum für zeitgenössische Kunst.