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  2. Marmorpalais - Wikipedia

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    The Marmorpalais is a former royal residence in Potsdam, near Berlin in Germany, built on the grounds of the extensive Neuer Garten on the shores of the Heiliger See. The palace was commissioned by King Friedrich Wilhelm II and designed in the early Neoclassical style by the architects Carl von Gontard and Carl Gotthard Langhans. The palace remained in use by the Hohenzollern family until the early 20th century. It served as a military museum under communist rule, but has since been restored and

  3. Marmorpalais | Pantheon

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    The Marmorpalais is a former royal residence in Potsdam, near Berlin in Germany, built on the grounds of the extensive Neuer Garten on the shores of the Heiliger See (lake). The palace was commissioned by King Friedrich Wilhelm II and designed in the early Neoclassical style by the architects Carl von Gontard and Carl Gotthard Langhans.

  4. Marmorpalais, Potsdam, Germany - SpottingHistory.com

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    Photo from Flickr, copyright maherzog. The Marmorpalais (marble palace) was a royal residence commissioned by Frederick William II of Prussia and designed in the early classicist style by the architects Carl von Gontard and (from 1789) Carl Gotthard Langhans, designer of Berlin's Brandenburg Gate. The Marmorpalais was reserved for the private use of the king, who had an artistic temperament.

  5. Marmorpalais | , Germany | Sights - Lonely Planet

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    Copy link. As the name suggests, the early-neoclassical Marmorpalais is a symphony in colourful marble on floors, walls, ceilings and fireplaces. The palace was built in 1792 as a summer retreat for Friedrich Wilhelm II by Carl von Gontard and overlooks the Heiliger See.

  6. Tours & Tickets - Marble Palace (Marmorpalais) - Book Now ...

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    The Marble Palace (Marmorpalais) is the former royal residence in Potsdam, Germany, outside of Berlin. It sits on the grounds of the Neuer Garten along the shores of the Heiliger Lake. It was designed in a Neoclassical style in the late 1700s and remained as the home of royalty until the early 20th century.

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    The Marmorpalais or Marble Palace, a former royal residence in Potsdam, Germany, on the grounds of the Neuer Garten gardens by King Frederick William II of Prussia

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    The Marmorpalais or Marble Palace, a former royal residence in Potsdam, Germany, on the grounds of the Neuer Garten gardens by King Frederick William II of Prussia

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    The Marmorpalais or Marble Palace, a former royal residence in Potsdam, Germany, on the grounds of the Neuer Garten gardens by King Frederick William II of Prussia

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    The Marmorpalais or Marble Palace, a former royal residence in Potsdam, Germany, on the grounds of the Neuer Garten gardens by King Frederick William II of Prussia

  11. Overview of tourism activities in Marmorpalais, Germany

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    Select a product from the list or visit our page on Marmorpalais. Potsdam: 1-Day Hop-on Hop-off Bus Ticket; From Berlin: Potsdam Half-Day Guided Tour; Gardens & Palaces of Potsdam Bike Tour from Berlin; Forbidden City: 5-Hour Tour of Potsdam from Berlin; From Berlin: Potsdam 5-Hour Tour by VW Bus

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