Nymphenburg Palace is a monument in the Neuhausen-Nymphenburg district of the Bavarian capital Munich. From 1715 to 1918 it was the summer residence of the electors and kings of Bavaria from the House of Wittelsbach. In two centuries, the architects Enrico Zuccalli and Joseph Effner expanded it from a small country house to a monumental three-wing complex in the Baroque and Rococo styles. The palace forms a unique building ensemble together with the east-side rondel, the west-side park, four castles and numerous canals. Nymphenburg is one of the largest castles in Germany and one of the most important in Europe. A visit is simply a must have 👍🤩
February 12, 2022
The Nymphenburg Palace Park is one of the largest and most important garden artworks in Germany.
It forms a unit with Nymphenburg Palace and the park castles.
The facility is located in western Munich in the district of Neuhausen-Nymphenburg, named after the castle, on the border to Pasing-Obermenzing.
The park is listed as a garden work of art and is a landscape protection area.
Almost its entire area is also registered as a Natura2000 area.(Source: Wikipedia)
July 22, 2022
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