Helga design
Sanssouci Explendor
Marmor Saal
Schinesisches teehaus
The New Palace or Neues Palais is a
palace situated on the western side of the
Sanssouci royal park in Potsdam,
Germany.
T...
Atlas and Caryadits
With 220 metre east and west façades, the centre
portion of the palace was crowned with an
enormous dome, at the top of wh...
Music :Mozart
Rondo
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Sanssouci Explendor

  1. 1. Helga design Sanssouci Explendor
  2. 2. Marmor Saal
  3. 3. Schinesisches teehaus
  4. 4. The New Palace or Neues Palais is a palace situated on the western side of the Sanssouci royal park in Potsdam, Germany. The building was begun in 1763, after the end of the Seven Years' War, under Frederick the Great and was completed in 1769. It is considered to be the last great Prussian baroque palace
  5. 5. Atlas and Caryadits
  6. 6. With 220 metre east and west façades, the centre portion of the palace was crowned with an enormous dome, at the top of which were placed the Three Graces supporting the Prussian royal crown. The Sanssouci Palace (German: Schloss Sanssouci) is the former summer palace of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, in Potsdam, near Berlin. It is often counted among the German rivals of Versailles.
  7. 7. Music :Mozart Rondo

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