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Palaces, Germany in Europe

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The Graf Zeppelin flying over Friedrichshafen, Germany Featured Palaces Print

The Graf Zeppelin flying over Friedrichshafen, Germany

The Graf Zeppelin flying over Friedrichshafen, a city on the shore of Lake Constance (Bodensee in German) in southern Germany, known for its importance in aviation history, extensively documented in the Zeppelin Museum. The domed baroque towers of the Palace Church dominate the skyline, and are still visible today from the air on modern Zeppelin tours. Date: circa 1929

Various patterns of the Renaissance, chromolithograph, published in 1897 Featured Palaces Print

Various patterns of the Renaissance, chromolithograph, published in 1897

Various patterns of the Renaissance: 1) Ceiling in the Ducal palace, Mantua, Italy; 2, 3, 6, 13) Frescos from the Vatican loggias; 4, 7, 10, 13) From the mass-book Pope Leo X; 5) Ceiling in the San Maurizio, Milan, Italy; 8) Initial M; 9) Ornament of a picture frame; 11) Ceiling in the Palazzo Doria; Genoa, Italy; 12) Venetian enamel; 14) Wood mosaic from Santa Maria in Organo, Verona, Italy (1499); 15) Ornament of an Italian leather bowl (16th century); 16) Initial P (mass-book); 17) Inlay (French, 16th century); 18) Italian book ornament; 19) Initial D (mass-book) with the five bullets of the Medici coat of arms; 20) Four quarters of Italian majolica tiles; 21) French miniature art; 22) from the prayer book of French Queen Anne of Brittany; 23) Stone ornament from ChA?teau de ChA?teaudun, France; 24) French manuscript (rand strip ornament); 25) Pilaster ornament from the Palace of Fontainebleau; 26) Stone ornaemt from the ChA?teau de Blois (1530); 27) Glazed stove tiles (German, 17th century); 28) Enameled silver plate (German, 16th century); 29) From a manuscript of Hans SchA?ufelin (1538); 30) Goblet design in enamel and gold by M. Hauch (Augsburg, Germany, 1571); 31) Glazed oven ornament by Augustin Hirschvogel (Nuremberg, Germany, 16th century); 32) Glazed clay jug (German, 1590); 33) From a German prayer book (1520). Chromolithograph, published in 1897

Goslar Cathedral Featured Palaces Print

Goslar Cathedral

The church known as Goslar Cathedral was the collegiate church of St. Simon and St. Jude in the town of Goslar in central Germany. It was built between 1040 and 1050 and stood in the district of the Imperial Palace of Goslar.
Goslar is a historic town in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is the administrative centre of the district of Goslar and located on the northwestern slopes of the Harz mountain range. The Old Town of Goslar and the Mines of Rammelsberg are UNESCO World Heritage Sites

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