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Schloss Rosenau, Coburg
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Schloss Rosenau, called in English The Rosenau or Rosenau Palace, is a former castle, converted into a ducal country house, between the towns of Coburg and Rödental, formerly in Saxe-Coburg, now lying in Bavaria, Germany.Schloss Rosenau is perhaps most notable as the birthplace and boyhood home of Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, who in 1840 became the consort of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.It should not be confused with another house of the same name at Waldviertel in Austria.
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  • One of my favourite castles, small, for it but downright "livable" and wonderfully located and historically very interesting. From here, once all over Europe moved into his Royal executives! You get a good impression of the original facility and provides many interesting exhibits. Possibility of nice walks in the surroundings. Necessarily take the glass museum!
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  • Taking advantage of the first guided tour at 9 (you cannot visit the Castle otherwise), were the only ones, and so the guide was forced to keep the explanation in English rather than German (there are no tours in English normally), and at least enjoyed the Castle, which has a number of elegant (especially the room on the ground floor) and is linked to Queen Victoria and Albert , who was born here.
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  • Beautiful grounds and very much worth the trip. Just a tour for three of us so plenty of attention. No English tours but they'll give you a handout which tells you all you need to know. Tours are on t...  more »
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  • The castle with its huge garden is suitable for sophisticated photographs and walks. There are restaurants to the rent for small parties and plenty of parking spaces.
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  • Taking advantage of the first guided tour at 9 (you cannot visit the Castle otherwise), were the only ones, and so the guide was forced to keep the explanation in English rather than German (there are no tours in English normally), and at least enjoyed the Castle, which has a number of elegant (especially the room on the ground floor) and is linked to Queen Victoria and Albert , who was born here.
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  • Wonderful garden.
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  • Beautiful location with parking, nice to walk
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  • The guide is worth!
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