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Charlottenhof Palace

Listed under Visitor Attractions in Berlin, Germany.

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The Charlottenhof Palace was built during the 18th century and is most famous as the summer residence of Frederick William IV.  The interior design of the ten rooms is still largely intact, and the furniture is remarkable for its simple and cultivated style.  The most unique room is the tent room which was designed after a Roman Caesar's tent.  Both the ceilings and walls in this room are decorated with blue and white striped wallpaper, and the curtains and bed coverings are all those colors.  The room was used as a bedroom for companions and guests.

Written by  Mary Kate Alfieri.

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