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  2. New Palace, Potsdam - Wikipedia

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    The New Palace ( German: Neues Palais) is a palace situated on the western side of the Sanssouci park in Potsdam, Germany. The building was begun in 1763, after the end of the Seven Years' War, under King Friedrich II ( Frederick the Great) and was completed in 1769. It is considered to be the last great Prussian Baroque palace. Contents 1 History

  3. New Palace - A Royal Boast | SPSG

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    A Royal Boast. A colossal palace building, its high tambour dome recognizable from afar, rises up at the western end of the Hauptallee (the main promenade) in Sanssouci Park: the Neues Palais (New Palace). In strong contrast to the intimate and rather modest Sanssouci Palace the large palace complex served official, representational needs.

  4. New Palace, Stuttgart - Wikipedia

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    The New Palace ( German: Neues Schloss) is an 18th-century Baroque palace in Stuttgart and is one of the last large city palaces built in Southern Germany. [4] The palace is located in the on the Schlossplatz in front of the Jubiläumssäule column and Königsbau. [5]

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  5. New Palace in Sanssouci Park - Frederick's last creation

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    The New Palace is a baroque palace and consists of a three-winged corps de logis (residential wing) around a courtyard with low side wings. The three-wing system has a front length of 220 meters. The facade is characterized by a reddish brick pattern and fluted Corinthian pilasters made of sandstone in colossal order.

  6. New Palace, Potsdam, Germany - SpottingHistory.com

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    The New Palace (Neues Palais) is a palace situated on the western side of the Sanssouci royal park. It is considered to be the last great Prussian baroque palace. The building was begun in 1763, after the end of the Seven Years' War, under Frederick the Great and was completed in 1769. It was purposed to celebrate Prussia’s success.

  7. The New Palace, Bayreuth, Germany

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    The New Palace - 'Neues Schloss' in German - is located on the eastern side of Bayreuth centre and dates from the 17th century. Like so much else in the town, it stems from the time of Margravine Wilhelmine and was built as a residence to replace the 'Old Palace' which had been badly damaged by fire.

  8. New Palace | German Architecture - U.OSU

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    The New Palace (or the Neues Palais) began construction in 1763 and was completed in 1769. Planning for the New Palace were discussed in the early 1750s, and plans for a palace were in an advanced stage by the start of the Seven Years’ War in 1756. Originally, a large palace was to be constructed on a site south of Sanssouci on a bend of the ...

  9. Explore Bayreuth with a stroll around the Old and New Palace ...

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    The shining star of the Hermitage, however, has to be the New Palace, which was built between 1749 and 1753. The New Palace features two free-standing curved arcades with a stunning oval complex in the centre. The style fits in perfectly with the overarching rococo architecture.

  10. Herrenchiemsee New Palace

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    You are here: New Palace / Overview Herrenchiemsee New Palace In 1873 King Ludwig II of Bavaria acquired the Herreninsel as the location for his Royal Palace of Herrenchiemsee (New Palace). Modelled on Versailles, this palace was built as a "Temple of Fame" for King Louis XIV of France, whom the Bavarian monarch fervently admired.