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 .
Crown Prince's Palace (Kronprinzenpalais) next to the Staatsoper, located along Unter den Linden boulevard overlooking Bebelplatz and the adjacent Princesses' Palace (Prinzessinnenpalais) are impressive town palaces, the former residences of Hohenzollern royal family members.
Heute wird der klassizistische Bau für Ausstellungen und Theateraufführungen genutzt. Das Kronprinzenpalais liegt am Boulevard Unter den Linden, direkt gegenüber vom Deutschen Historischen Museum und der Neuen Wache. Erbaut wurde dieses Palais im Jahr 1663 als Privathaus eines Kabinettsekretärs.
Robin Oomkes profiles Berlin’s Kronprinzenpalais…. D espite its splendid location—directly opposite the Neue Wache on Unter den Linden and overlooking Karl Friedrich Schinkel’s Schlossbrücke (Palace Bridge)—as well as the Museumsinsel, Berliner Dom and, nowadays, the Humboldt Forum, you’d be forgiven for missing the ...
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About. Berlin, Germany. The Kronprinzenpalais (Crown Prince's Palace) is a landmark late classical-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 (Crown Prince Palace) close to the Spree on the fine boulevard Unter den Linden has seen the most varied history. In its present form it is a reconstruction of 1968-69 after it had burned down in the war and been cleared away later.
Editor's review. 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 Kronprinzenpalais is a former Royal Prussian residence on Unter den Linden boulevard in the historic centre of Berlin.