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Orangerie im Park Sanssouci, Potsdam
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Connected to the Orangery Palace, Orangerie im Park Sanssouci is an Italian Renaissance garden decorated with exotic plants. The garden itself is split into several sections, each featuring a different style. You can visit the Norse garden to wander under the pine trees and along shaded walkways. The Sicilian garden features fountains, myrtles, and laurels. Don't miss the atrium during your visit, a central building constructed in an ancient style. Make Orangerie im Park Sanssouci a part of your Potsdam vacation plans using our Potsdam vacation trip planner.
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  • Very nice visit with the Orangery, accessed by guided tour, the guide spoke German and English, but for Italians deliver a sheet that contains the explanation of the rooms that you visit. To avoid damaging the floor they wear over their shoes of Catt. The interiors are beautifully kept, marbles, but the Italian paintings inside are copies.
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  • One of the three largest Orangeries (hot-houses) in European castles, after Versailles and Vienna. Smaller than Sanssouci castle but it has gorgeous rooms. 
  • Opening hours (as of 2016): November - March closed In April on Saturday & Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00 from May to October daily except Monday, from 10:00 to 18:00, the overall ensemble of the Orangery Palace was mid-19th century ideas and sketches by King Friedrich Wilhelm IV. v. Prussia. The Mittelbau with its two striking towers was the exhibition of the private collection of paintings by Raphael copies by King Friedrich Wilhelm III., as well as a Guest House of the Prussian Court (a.o. for King Carol I. v. Romania and King Umberto I v. Italy). Halls long right and left of the mid-level of Sanssouci Park used until today as the Orangerie, i.e. as a wintering for not winter-hardy plants. In the Castle you can visit the total 5 rooms of the apartments of the Princes, as well as the Central Raphael Hall with the collection of paintings of Friedrich Wilhelm III.. The rooms of the apartments of the princes are pompous and magnificent in the style of the time and so, how one imagines they in fact, set up. Tickets cost 4 euros (in 2016), you may enter the rooms only with slippers. The castle is not wheelchair accessible. Since there is no info in the rooms, you get handed out a leaflet at the beginning of the tour. The towers and the terrace are closed until 2018 due to construction work. When you visit, you should of course also the 3 lock upstream terraces and referred to the "new piece" park his attention give the.
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