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Herrenchiemsee Palace, hall of mirrors and magnificently decorated hallway

Patvēruma pilis Bavārijas "pasaku karalim" Ludvigam II

Dzimis 1845. gadā, viņš cienīja viduslaiku romantiku un franču galma spožumu absolūtisma laikmetā. Bavārijas karalis Ludvigs II lika atdzimt šiem pagājušajiem laikmetiem viņa pilīs. Arī šodien tie liek aizsapņoties miljoniem cilvēku.

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In 1878, Ludwig II of Bavaria commissioned an extravagant palace to be built on idyllic Herrenwörth Island in Lake Chiemsee. Inspired by the French 'Sun King' Louis XIV, this fairytale showpiece now attracts millions of visitors every year. read more »