posted 9 months ago
Fürst- Pückler-Park, Bad Muskau (since 2004 German-Polish UNESCO World Heritage Site).
The park in Upper Lusatia, which is one of the most beautiful landscape parks in Europe, was created by Prince Hermann von Pückler-Muskau from 1815 to 1845 on both banks of the Neisse River along the German-Polish border. The spacious design and the wide viewing areas offer the viewer constantly changing, three-dimensional landscape paintings. The central element is the New Castle, a three-winged structure in the neo-renaissance style
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