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Bückeburg Palace, gilded carvings in the chapel

Armuavaldus antiigile: Weseri-renessanss ja sellest edasi

Antiikse kunsti taasavastamine ja inimese kui kriitilise indiviidi avastamine on renessansi tunnused. Tunneta seda murrangulist aega Weseri-renessansi hunnitus arhitektuuris ja Saksamaa loodeosas.

Hämelschenburg unites all the characteristics worthy of a most magnificent castle – an imposing triple-wing arrangement with moats, a fortified bridge providing access and two splendid octagonal towers housing the staircases. read more »

Bückeburg Palace in Lower Saxony is still the ancestral seat of the Princes of Schaumburg-Lippe and one of the gems of the Schaumburger Land region. read more »

Lavish stucco work, a baroque/neo-classical gatehouse and a remodelled parterre with historical engravings reflect the former grandeur of this unique Renaissance palace in the north of Germany.

Clearly visible from afar, this is the only surviving hilltop castle in Schleswig-Holstein. The triple-wing Renaissance residence was built during the Thirty Years' War and now houses an academy.