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Castle Design: The Neuschwanstein Castle

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Saturday, February 18, 2012

Castle Design: The Neuschwanstein Castle
The Neuschwanstein Castle is a 19th century Romanesque Revival palace in Schwangau, Germany designed by architect Eduard Riedel. The palace was commissioned and paid for by King Ludwig II of Bavaria, as a personal refuge. However, his death in 1896 prevented him from living there and was opened to the general public shortly after. Ludwig II of Bavaria had a great interest in design and decoration and influenced the architecture of the castle. The castleā€™s grand scale, and theatrical design resembles a castle from a fairytale. (ABOVE) I love this photograph of the castle. The castle has the most magical feel, it's also set in such a picturesque landscape. (BELOW 1) The castle's windows are absolutely breathtaking. In addition, the castle's towers are very fairytale like. I wish my house had a tower! (BELOW 2) The beauty of the snow and white facade of the castle create a stunning shot. You can add as little or as much to your space as you want. Don't follow rules, just do.

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At February 19, 2012 at 1:25 PM , Blogger said...

I really like your blog:)Great pics and so much inspiration..I wish you a lovely week.
LOVE Maria at inredningsvis


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