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Herrenchiemsee Palace, hall of mirrors and magnificently decorated hallway

Pelgupaik Baieri muinasjutukuningale Ludwig II-le

1845. aastal sündinud Ludwig imetles absolutismis keskaegset romantikat ja Prantsuse õukonna hiilgust. Oma lossides lasi Baieri kuningas Ludwig II sel kadunud maailmal taas ellu ärgata. Veel tänapäevalgi panevad need miljoneid inimesi unistama.

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