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  1. 1. ROCOCO
  2. 2. Sans souci palace Potsdam
  3. 3. Sans souci
  4. 4. ST PETERSBURG - ST CATHERINE’S PALACE
  5. 5. Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace
  6. 6. INTERIOR
  7. 7. HERMITAGE MUSEUM
  8. 8. PEACOCK CLOCK
  9. 9. LEONARDO
  10. 10. HERMITAGE
  11. 11. SMOLNY CATHEDRAL
  12. 12. CONCERT/EXHIBITION HALLS
  13. 13. ST. NICHOLAS CATHEDRAL
  14. 14. Grand Peterhof Palace
  15. 15. INTERIOR
  16. 16. LIBRARY AT WIBLINGEN
  17. 17. ROCOCOOttobeuren-basilika
  18. 18. WEISKIRCHE INTERIOR
  19. 19. Neumann Vierzehnheiligen, Germany
  20. 20. Rottenbuch
  21. 21. Marienmunster at Dießen
  22. 22. ARCHBISHOP PALACE PRAGUE
  23. 23. CATHEDRAL CADIZ
  24. 24. Hospicio de San Fernando in Madrid
  25. 25. PETIT PALAIS PARIS
  26. 26. Schoenbrunn
  27. 27. HOFBURG PALACE
  28. 28. INNSBRUCK AUSTRIA
  29. 29. INNSBRUCK
  30. 30. KLOSTER ETTAL
  31. 31. • A Paris-trained German architect, François de Cuvilliers, is almost singlehandedly responsible for the spread of the Rococo style to Bavaria and thence to the rest of Germany and Austria, where is was used in residences and churches alike. One of the finest examples of his work is the Amalienburg, a pavilion for Royal relaxation at Nymphenburg Park outside Munich. The Mirror Room is a fantasy of silver leafed stucco on a blue background, depicting fruit, flowers, vines and birds, intermingled with classical figures.

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