In the south of Weimar rises on a hill the Belvedere Palace, surrounded by a 43-acre park. Duke Ernst August of Saxe-Weimar and Eisenach built here between 1724 and 1748 a baroque summer residence including an orangery and a pleasure and maze. Since 1923, the Belvedere Palace has been a museum of 18th century handicraft.
December 12, 2016
From 1811 on, under Duke Carl Friedrich, the transformation took place in the sense of an English landscape park with numerous architectures and decorative places in the slope area. For his wife, the Tsar's daughter Maria Pavlovna, Carl Friedrich had 1811 to 1815 create the regularly designed Russian garden.
December 16, 2016
The Belvedere Palace, the baroque summer residence of the von Sachsen-Weimar and Eisenach families, is located south of Weimar, on a hill in the middle of a spacious park with an orangery, pleasure garden and maze. Since 1923 it has been a museum for the handicrafts of the 18th century, in which exquisite porcelains from the property of the Weimar ducal house can be seen.
January 7, 2021
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