Amalienburg

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This picturesque hunting lodge is part of Nymphenburg castle. Designed between 1734 and 1739 by the Frenchman Cuvilliés (1695-1768), architect to the court of Prince Elector Charles Albert of Bavaria and future emperor, it is one of the finest examples of Rococo architecture in Germany. The plain exterior is in vivid contrast with the extraordinary richness of the bright colours and silverwork of the interior. Don't miss the magnificent bedchamber and the Hall of Mirrors.

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Price:

2 €

Opening hours

early Apr-mid Oct: 9am-6pm

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