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Linderhof Palace

Listed under Castles & Palaces in Lower Saxony, Germany.

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Originally a hunting lodge, when it fell to King Ludwig of Bavaria in the 1870’s it was given an opulent fantasy upgrade to suit his tastes and now bears a similarity to Versailles. Rounded wings were built on either side of the King’s bedchamber, the whole building was clad in white stone and a hall of mirrors around a grand staircase were added in the second Rococo style.

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“Excerpt from 'The madness of Bavaria's king of kitsch'”

By Saran Turner for The Observer First published May 21, 2006 Linderhof in Bavaria is the sort of place that Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen must dream of. As I walk around I think of how much he would love the ostrich feather carpet, the inlaid wooden floor a… Read more...

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