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Karlsruhe Palace, Karlsruhe

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  • I could only half-watching, but the symmetry of the park with a panoramic view, well worth the visit! Beautiful sculptures, fountains, leafy trees in set-aside us
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  • I visited the palace and botanical garden in early April. This is a fantastic place to explore, great photo opportunities with the spring flowers. There were lots of sun-bathers in the gardens behind ...  more »
  • A huge area with green lawns and rows of original obrezannah lip in front of the Palace prepares you for a meeting with the beautiful. And the Palace is really very beautiful and velichestvennen. Visit the Museum, which is located inside, there's something to look at.
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  • Definitely less of a palace and more of a general museum. Interesting nonetheless. Probably the only "touristy" thing in Karlsruhe. Spend some time just outside the palace too. The surrounding area is nice.
  • The palace is well worth a visit. The surrounding botanical gardens are lovely,and the museum is quite expansive. The past two years, the city of Karlsruhe has hosted a beautiful, nightly light show during the summer, where short films are projected onto the castle.
  • Beautiful Architecture and worth seeing. At night time, it look even more nice
  • What a great museum with beautiful content. However the hospitality of the people working here > from the hostesses to the guards and even photographers. They portrayed very prejudiced behaviour as well as a very annoyed sense when interestedly asked about the exhibition. Also, be aware all content is in German. Not recommended for international visitors.
  • It's not palace any more it's rather a Museum of all different cultures and eras. Entry is free and the. Museum is surrounded with a very nice Park. Car parking is very close. City down town is walking distance