Inside the Palace - The Nymphenburg Palace (Munich, German)

The baroque palace in the west part of Munich was the summer residence of the Bavarian monarchs. In 1664, Prince Ferdinand Maria had the castle built as a present to his wife, who had borne him the long-awaited heir, Max Emanuel. The Nymphenburg Palace is one of the largest royal palaces in Europe. Some spaces have their original Baroque decor intact, while others were later remodeled in Rococo and Classical styles. 


Château de Nymphenburg (Bavière, Allemagne): la Salle des glaces du pavillon d’Amalienburg.

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