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En 1878 el día 21 de mayo: puesta de la primera piedra del Palacio de Herrenchiemsee (Palacio Nuevo), el largamente planificado "proyecto Versalles" del rey Luis II. Terminación del Palacio de Linderhof, cuyo dormitorio empezará a ser transformado de nuevo a partir de 1884.

En 1878 el día 21 de mayo: puesta de la primera piedra del Palacio de Herrenchiemsee (Palacio Nuevo), el largamente planificado "proyecto Versalles" del rey Luis II. Terminación del Palacio de Linderhof, cuyo dormitorio empezará a ser transformado de nuevo a partir de 1884.

Linderhof Castle "a royal flight of fancy set in the foothills of the Alps,this elaborate Bavarian palace was designed by theatrical set decorators and inspired by Versailles!"

Linderhof Castle "a royal flight of fancy set in the foothills of the Alps,this elaborate Bavarian palace was designed by theatrical set decorators and inspired by Versailles!"

State Staircase, an exact replica of the demolished Ambassador's Staircase of Louis XIV at Versailles recreated for King Ludwig II of Bavaria at Herrenchiemsee, Bavaria, Germany

State Staircase, an exact replica of the demolished Ambassador's Staircase of Louis XIV at Versailles recreated for King Ludwig II of Bavaria at Herrenchiemsee, Bavaria, Germany

Empress Elisabeth of Austria with her cousin and dear friend, King Ludwig II of Bavaria.

Empress Elisabeth of Austria with her cousin and dear friend, King Ludwig II of Bavaria.

[Salón de los Espejos, Palacio Herrenchiemsee, Alemania] » Hall of Mirrors, Herrenchiemsee Palace, Germany

[Salón de los Espejos, Palacio Herrenchiemsee, Alemania] » Hall of Mirrors, Herrenchiemsee Palace, Germany

Linderhof Palace is in Germany, in southwest Bavaria near Ettal Abbey. It is the smallest of the three palaces built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria and the only one which he lived to see completed. (King Ludwig II's bedchamber)

Linderhof Palace is in Germany, in southwest Bavaria near Ettal Abbey. It is the smallest of the three palaces built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria and the only one which he lived to see completed. (King Ludwig II's bedchamber)

[Nuevo palacio de Herrenchiemsee, Baviera, Alemania] > [*- El palacio de Herrenchiemsee es un palacio real erigido por Luis II de Baviera en la isla Herrenchiemsee en el lago Chiemsee, en Baviera, entre 1878 y 1886. (Wikipedia)] » Neues Schloss Herrenchiemsee, Bavaria, Germany.

[Nuevo palacio de Herrenchiemsee, Baviera, Alemania] > [*- El palacio de Herrenchiemsee es un palacio real erigido por Luis II de Baviera en la isla Herrenchiemsee en el lago Chiemsee, en Baviera, entre 1878 y 1886. (Wikipedia)] » Neues Schloss Herrenchiemsee, Bavaria, Germany.

King Ludwig II of Bavaria is one of the most colorful characters in German history. Widely regarded as insane, he was certainly a troubled individual and not well suited to the demands of a monarch’s life. Although as a ruler he was neither effective nor well-liked, he is remembered...

King Ludwig II of Bavaria is one of the most colorful characters in German history. Widely regarded as insane, he was certainly a troubled individual and not well suited to the demands of a monarch’s life. Although as a ruler he was neither effective nor well-liked, he is remembered...

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