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  2. Marmorpalais - Wikipedia

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    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 Neoclassical style by the architects Carl von Gontard and Carl Gotthard Langhans .

  3. Marmorpalais (Potsdam) - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go

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    It is really pleasant to wander through the park to arrive at the Palace. While waiting for the tour, we marvelled at the painted verandahs. We were only 8 in total on the tour, which was in German but we had the audio-guide. We don't often take audio-guides, but found it really well done and interesting. As always, you had the option to have ...

  4. Marmorpalais, Potsdam, Germany - SpottingHistory.com

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    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. Visit Marmorpalais in Berlin | Expedia

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    Explore Marmorpalais when you travel to Berlin. Read Expedia's guide to find out everything you need to know about visiting Marmorpalais!

  6. Marmorpalais | Potsdam | Berlin

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    Marmorpalais. Built in the years 1787-1791 by the man who also designed the Brandenburger Tor in Potsdam, the early classicist Marble Palace on the shore of Heiliger See (Holy Lake) was the preferred summer residence of the Prussian king Friedrich Wilhelm II (1744-1797). The fine furnishings and wares on exhibit include Wedgewood ceramics.

  7. 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; From Berlin: Potsdam 5-Hour Tour by VW Bus; Forbidden City: 5-Hour Tour of Potsdam from Berlin

  8. The marble palace was built towards the end of the 18th century in the early classical style. It initially served as the summer residence of the Prussian King Friedrich Wilhelm II. The building was used by the Hohenzollern dynasty with varying intensity until the end of the monarchy. translated by • View Original April 3, 2022 Hobby-Fotograf Karin

  9. The 5 Best Marble Palace (Marmorpalais) Tours & Tickets 2021 ...

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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.

  10. Marmorpalais - Home

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    Das erste frühklassizistische Schloss in Preußen. Im Neuen Garten 10, 14469 Potsdam, Germany

  11. Category:Marmorpalais - Wikimedia Commons

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    Media in category "Marmorpalais". The following 96 files are in this category, out of 96 total. Aerial photograph of Potsdam.jpg 2,272 × 1,704; 1.06 MB. Karte Heiliger See.JPG 312 × 365; 41 KB. Bundesarchiv Bild 170-510, Potsdam, Marmorpalais.jpg 800 × 509; 61 KB.

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