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  2. Marmorpalais - Wikipedia

    Marmorpalais. / 52.412; 13.069. The Marmorpalais (or Marble Palace) 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 ( Frederick William II of Prussia) and designed in the early ...

  3. Johann Ludwig von Fauch | Marmorpalais –

    Dates, tickets, info • Johann Ludwig von Fauch • Guided tour with the castle dragon for families with children from 6 years old • Marmorpalais• Order tickets online or by telephone over the event calendar on

  4. Marmorpalais – Wikipedia

    Marmorpalais in Potsdam. Das Marmorpalais im Neuen Garten in Potsdam war das Sommerschloss König Friedrich Wilhelms II. von Preußen. Die Architekten Carl von Gontard, Carl Gotthard Langhans und Michael Philipp Boumann errichteten es im frühklassizistischen Stil in den Jahren 1787–1793 und 1797 in einem von Johann August Eyserbeck ...

  5. Marmorpalais (Potsdam) - Aktuell für 2023 - Lohnt es sich ...

    Die besten Möglichkeiten, die Sehenswürdigkeit Marmorpalais und ähnliche Highlights in der Umgebung zu erleben. Private Tour: Tagesausflug nach Potsdam ab Berlin. 7. Bustouren. ab. 199,50€. pro Erwachsenem (Der Preis variiert je nach Gruppengröße.) IN DER REGEL SCHNELL AUSVERKAUFT*. Fahrradtour durch Potsdam.

  6. - Marmorpalais

    Öffnungszeiten 1. April bis 31. Oktober 10.00 bis 17.00 Uhr Montag geschlossen 1. November bis 31. März Wochenende 10.00 bis 16.00 Uhr Telefon 0331/ 9694246 ...

  7. Munich | Germany, History, Population, Oktoberfest, Map ...

    The old town, clustered around the ancient crossroads of the marketplace in the Marienplatz, has increasingly become a business centre and has lost much of its ancient character. Among the old buildings that still stand are three of the seven town gates—Karls, Sendlinger, and Isar, all dating from the 14th century.

  8. Cologne | Germany, Description, Economy, Culture, & History

    Its cathedral, the largest Gothic church in northern Europe, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1996; it is the city’s major landmark and unofficial symbol. Area 156 square miles (405 square km). Pop. (2011) 1,005,775; (2021 est.) 1,073,096. Landscape City site Cologne

  9. Munich - Wikipedia

    With a population of 1,558,395 inhabitants as of 31 July 2020, [3] it is the third-largest city in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg, and thus the largest which does not constitute its own state, as well as the 11th-largest city in the European Union. The city's metropolitan region is home to 6 million people. [4]

  10. Religion in Germany - Wikipedia

    Paganism and Roman settlement (1000 BC–300 AD) Martberg Gallo-Roman temple dedicated to Lenus, rebuilt in Pommern, Rhineland-Palatinate. Ancient Germanic paganism was a polytheistic religion practised in prehistoric Germany and Scandinavia, as well as Roman territories of Germania by the first century AD.

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