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Babelsberg Castle, Potsdam

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  • Perhaps the most well known and not very popular from the Potsdam palaces. And, in my opinion, unfair! A fine example of English Gothic architecture, built in the first half of the nineteenth century, has long been the residence of Crown Prince William, the future first emperor of a United Germany. Now restored, the outside consider almost anything. The Interior, too, has suffered, it was almost completely looted in 1945 year, as we have in previous visit "kindly" reminded one of the caretakers. But let all that you do not mind. The Castle stands in a large park, which in fine weather certainly brings great pleasure. Offer a beautiful view over the Havel. To the North, in walking distance, there is another little-known Palace of Glienicke. The easiest way to get here, of course, by train S1 or S7 to station "Potsdam-Babelsberg", from the station have to, of course, a bit of a walk, but weather permitting, this won't be a problem.
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  • Finally the scaffolding on the facade have fallen and you can admire the beautiful building from the outside. Inside is still restored and you must wait is something else to consider also this beauty. The Park all around is worth a tour.
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  • First came here a few years ago in spring. Then walk through the Park brought enormous pleasure. In winter, of course, wander here not so nice, but covered with snow park is a too pretty picturesque spectacle. And here's the Palace is closed for restoration for an indefinite period. But here it is worth to come for the sake of the Park.
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