Ehrenburg Palace, Coburg (14/15)

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Ehrenburg Palace (German: Schloss Ehrenburg) is a palace in Coburg, Franconia, Germany. It filled in as the main Coburg living arrangement for the ruling princes from the 1540s until 1918. The palace's outside today mostly reflects Gothic Revival style.

The palace was worked by Johann Ernst, Duke of Saxe-Coburg, in 1543-7. It supplanted the Veste Coburg as the dukes' town Residenz. The new town palace was worked around a Franciscan religious community broke up during Reformation. According to convention, the palace was named Ehrenburg ("Palace of Honor") by Emperor Charles V for having been developed without the utilization of constrained work.

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