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New Palace view to the side of the garden, Photo: © SPSG Leo Seidel
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In strong contrast to the intimate Sanssouci Palace, the New Palace served as the venue for official, representational needs...

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Belvedere on Klausberg, photo: SPSG/TMB/Hoffmann
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Upon completion of the New Palace's construction in 1769, Frederick the Great had built the Belvedere on Klausberg for the...

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Flatow Tower (Babelsberg Park), photo: flatowturm-©TMB/Korall/SPSG
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The Flatow Tower of Babelsberg Park was built between 1853 and 1856 according to plans by the German architect Johann Heinrich...

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Belvedere in summer, Photo: ©SPSG, Jakob Eschenburg
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Frederick William IV built Belvedere on the Pfingstberg between 1847 and 1863 according to his own plans and to utilise the...

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Charlottenhof Palace, Photo: PMSG/SPSG André Stiebitz
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In the southwest of Sanssouci Palace lies Charlottenhof, a small neo-classical palace, forming the architectural centre of a...

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New Chambers (in Sanssouci Park), Photo: SPSG/TMB/Hoffmann
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Besides the New Palace, the New Chambers fulfilled the purpose of a guest palace for the King´s distinguished visitors, which...

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Roman Baths (in Sanssouci Park), photo: SPSG/Hans Bach
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The romantic Italian-style building ensemble emerged from the collaboration of the architects Karl Friedrich Schinkel and Ludwig...

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Palace and Garden Babelsberg, Photo: Jan Hoffmann
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Peter Joseph Lenné and Karl Friedrich Schinkel did their best here as well to make Babelsberg Castle and Park an impressive...

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Orangery (Sanssouci Park), Photo: PMSG
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The Orangery Palace was the last and largest palace built in Sanssouci Park. Built by Frederick William IV, the "Romantic on the...

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View to the Marble Palace, Photo: © SPSG, Wolfgang Pfauder
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The New Garden is located between the lakes Heiliger See, the Jungfernsee and the Pfingstberg. Here you can admire some...

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Sanssouci Palace, Photo: PMSG/SPSG, André Stiebitz
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No other palace is so closely linked with the personality of Frederick the Great as Sanssouci Palace. The king’s summer...

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Cecilienhof Palace, Photo: ©SPSG, Hans Bach
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Cecilienhof Palace, was built from 1913–1917 according to plans by Paul Schultze in the style of a country manor. Until 1945 it...

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Ruinenberg Hill, photo: SPSG/Hagen Immel
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Situated on a hill and overlooked from the north side of Sanssouci Palace, the Ruinenberg Hill served King Frederick II and later...

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Chinese Tea House in Sanssouci Park, Photo: ©SPSG, Leo Seidel
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Frederick the Great (Frederick II) enjoyed the intimate atmosphere of this Chinese pavillion, which provided an exotic escape...

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Picture Gallery - Sanssouci Park (SPSG / Foto: Hans Bach)
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Ordered by King Frederick II, the first construction of a museum in Germany was completed in the mid-18th century, relying on...

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