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Schloss Gottorf, Schleswig
(4.3/5 based on 90 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • We have looked at only the globe because the Museum had been too. However, that is a sensation...
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  • The Castle, the exhibitions and the globe are much more important than the major bog bodies in memory left us in the attic. We were excited by the art exhibition, which we even didn't know. We come back definitely!
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  • Very nice Castle. Many surprising works of art were gathered here. Lovely garden with beautiful sculptures. Cosy restaurant with friendly staff
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  • It's incredibly varied this Museum, history, art and design. You must hurry up already so that you can see everything, but it's worth. From 1030-1700 there have been without a break and just about managed to up on the walk-in globe. Which is not included in the 9 euro entry. Again 7 euros must be paid.
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  • Gottorp Castle is built on an island in the Schlei a little outside the city. An old residence of the Dukes of Schleswig-Holstein. Gottorp is today not just slot, but a whole complex of museums. In 1459 the castle was a transition in Christian 1. s possession. In 1522 was a coin place at Gottorp Castle. Here was struck coins for Frederik 1. and Christian 3. Frederik 1. 1530 the castle's West wing was built in Renaissance style, and from there ruled he all over Denmark. The castle was Danish barracks in the period 1852-1864 and then the Germans used the castle for the same purpose right up until after 2. During World War II. The baroque garden is also a must. When you have come all the way up and can look over all the beautiful patterns and view the reconstruction of one of 1700 – century greatest treasures, a globe so large that one can go inside it, where you then can think of celestial bodies.
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  • A great Museum with different exhibitions. You should take time to see everything to. The prices are (concessions) €6 to €9 quite high, I think but is justified. The bog bodies and the great stone age detailed exhibitions are worth mentioning. The castle itself is of course also very interesting.
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  • For me personally, BB´s is there too much input for a day. Highlight for us was the boat. Was also pretty much the only thing that remained in the memory. I gained almost no impressions from the castle itself because it was pretty much to believe. Of the staff, I would say, was the bog bodies at the Symphatischsten. Full price despite of innumerable "defect" signs. Among them, the stairs help for seniors. What surprises me, because in the first room an impact filled donations "Treasure chest" to himself in mourning...
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  • A beautiful large terrain, which is almost completely accessible. There are some pokestops, and often curl modules are active.
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