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Lustheim Palace (Schloss Lustheim), Bavaria
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  • This small palace is part of the Oberschleissheim complex, renovated in the 1970s from its original purpose (a hunting lodge) as the appropriate place to house the most remarkable collection of Meisse...  more »
  • This palace is part of the Schleissheim Palace Complex and was built as a romantic hunting lodge and love nest. It has beautiful ceiling frescos and state rooms, but its main attraction is the Meissen...  more »
  • Lovely bavarian castle and gardens, with a small canal with a gondola. Hughe property, similar tyle like Nynphenburg Schloss. Quite and romantic 
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  • The hunting lodge has its own because, while not rich with decorations like the ' new ' Castle, still preserves the beautiful main hall decorated with stucco and frescos. The other rooms are less decorated, and most definitely remains. Inside is an exhibition of pottery, interesting only if you like the theme.
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  • Worth a visit
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  • A beautiful little castle with a beautiful exhibition of "Meissen porcelain".
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  • Very nice especially inside, who would not advise very necessary visit.
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  • Ceilings with a beautiful, historically important fresco cycle (in the ballroom and the electoral apartments), led by Francesco Rosa, Giovanni Trubillio, Antonio Maria Bernardi and Johann Anton Gumpp, the scenes from the myth of the hunting goddess Diana represents. For those interested of the courtly Rococo painting absolutely worth seeing ;)
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