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The Georgenpalais is a palace in the Georgengarten in Hanover. The palace was built between 1780 and 1782 by architect Tänzel and was initially a Wallmodenpalais or Wallmodenschlösschen a part of the Wallmodengarten. Client for the building was Count Johann Ludwig von Wallmoden-Gimborn, who laid the foundation stone for today's Georgengarten with his plans.The Wallmodengarten was in 1817, including the castle to George III. sold to the extension of the royal mansions gardens and carried since 1818 the changed name of the king. In 1921, the garden and palace became the property of the city of Hannover. In 1949, the Georgenpalais damaged during the air raids on Hanover during the Second World War was taken over by the Wilhelm Busch Society. The heavily damaged western side wing was subsequently rebuilt. Today, the Georgenpalais is used as Wilhelm Busch - German Museum of Caricature and Drawing (previously: Wilhelm Busch Museum). Source: Wikipedia.There is also a cafe and wedding parties can be held there.
May 4, 2019
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