Discover the pinnacle of garden design and compelling history at this mesmerising palace in Hannover.
In summer 2013 the new Herrenhausen Palace Museum in Hannover, a project that was funded by the Lower Saxony regional government, opened its doors to the public. The major exhibition, 'Palaces and Gardens of Herrenhausen – from the baroque to the modern day', provides an entertaining insight into the many facets of the palace and gardens of Herrenhausen.
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3 Nanas of Hannover
This is one of three buxom, colourful Nanas on Leibnizufer that Niki de Saint Phalle sculpted for Hannover in 1974. Niki de Saint Phalle is the first and so far only woman to receive the Freedom of the City of Hannover and a friend of the town for thirty years. Initially met with intense public dislike , the 'buxom girls' are now proud mascots of the city and really stand out beautifully against the backdrop of the old medieval architectural style of the Aldstadt. Combine your trip to the Nanas with a visit to the Saturday fleamarket ( 9am - 4pm ) which is the oldest flea markets in Germany.read more »