Neuschwanstein - Royal Castle in Schwangau, Bavaria, Germany Update

Neuschwanstein - Royal Castle in Schwangau, Bavaria, Germany Update

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Update with brilliant new sponge rooftexture- The 15 rooms you see on the tour show astonishing craftsmanship and richness of detail.Woodcarving in Ludwig's bedroom took 14 carpenters 4 1/2 years to complete. Wagner's operas feature everywhere in the form of murals. The best view of the castle and a 45m waterfall is from the nearby Mary's Bridge (Marienbruecke), which spans a deep gorge. On the path between this bridge and the castle is a wonderful view of Hohenschwangau and the Alpsee. King Ludwig II of Bavaria ordered to build this castle to express his idea of being a king. The planning was first made by the royal master-builder Eduard Riedel and as result a building was designed that was determined as a monumental Romanesque castle. The scene-painter Christian Jank made major contributions to the plans. The work started in 1869 with the tower house. http://www.schwangau.de/neuschwanstein-castle-620.html 3-D Modelle von http://www.varchitektur.de/ (c) 2009 Arndt Felsberg / Jan Wischnat #allgäu #alps #bavaria #baviere #bayern #burg #burgen #castle #castles #cindarella #cinderella #deutschland #disney #germany #holiday #king #königsschloss #ludwig #ludwig_ii #mountains #märchenschloss #neuschwanstein #roala #schloss #schloß #schlösser #schwangau #tourism
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