Augustusburg Palace, Brühl (2/15)

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The Augustusburg and Falkenlust Palaces structure a verifiable building complex in Brühl, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, which has been recorded as an UNESCO social World Heritage Site since 1984. The buildings are associated by the open gardens and trees of the Schlosspark. Augustusburg Palace (German: Schloss Augustusburg) and its parks likewise fill in as a setting for the Brühl Palace Concerts. The Max Ernst Museum is found close by.

The palaces were worked toward the beginning of the eighteenth century by the Archbishop-Elector of Cologne, Clemens August of Bavaria of the Wittelsbach family. The draftsmen were Johann Conrad Schlaun and François de Cuvilliés. The main square of Augustusburg Palace is a U-formed building with three main stories and two degrees of upper rooms. The radiant staircase was structured by Johann Balthasar Neumann.

The nurseries were planned by Dominique Girard. An intricate blossom garden for a region south of the palaces was likewise planned, however it was rebuilt by Peter Joseph Lenné in the nineteenth century and transformed into a landscape garden. Endeavors to revamp the territory have demonstrated troublesome, because of poor source material accessibility.

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