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  2. Sanssouci - Wikipedia

    Region. Europe and North America. Sanssouci ( German pronunciation: [ˈsãːsusi]) is a historical building in Potsdam, near Berlin. Built by Prussian King Frederick the Great as his summer palace, it is often counted among the German rivals of Versailles.

  3. Sanssouci Palace - Retreat on the Vineyard | SPSG

    The name Sanssouci – without a care – should be understood as both the primary wish and leitmotif of the king, because this was the place where he most preferred to retreat in the company of his dogs. The king’s summer residence was ultimately his favorite place and sanctuary in difficult times.

  4. Sanssouci Palace |

    Sanssouci Palace and its extensive park and grounds are UNESCO World Heritage – a must-see sight in Europe. Opening times, tickets and tips on

  5. Tickets and Tours for the Park and Sanssouci Palace

    Here, you will find information and tips on tickets, guided tours, and other activities for Sanssouci Palace and Sanssouci Park.

  6. Sanssouci Palace in Sanssouci Park in Potsdam | Information

    The castle is located in Sanssouci Park in Potsdam, in Maulbeerallee, 14469 Potsdam. The best way to get there on foot is via the eastern entrance to the Green Grid. Tickets & opening times for Sanssouci Palace. You can find information on purchasing tickets here. You can find out about the opening times of Sanssouci Palace here. Tours and tickets

  7. Sanssouci - History and Facts | History Hit

    Built by Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, Sanssouci is a historical building in Potsdam, near Berlin. Built between 1747 and 1747, the building is often counted amongst the German rivals of Versailles, and is notable for its numerous temples and follies in the park.

  8. Guide to the Sanssouci Palace - TripSavvy

    Phone +49 331 9694200. Web Visit website. Sanssouci Palace, King Frederick the Great's favorite summer escape, is a top destination just outside of Berlin. Retreat to Sanssouci for the grandeur often lost in the city with its immaculate gardens and terraced vineyard leading up to the elegant yellow palace.