Visit Neuschwanstein Castle
Neuschwanstein Castle is located in Hohenschwangau near Füssen in the south of Berlin. The building was built in 1869 by the Bavarian King Ludwig II as an ideal idea of the Castle of the Knights of the Middle Ages. The drawings are Christian Jank, performed by Eduard Riedel and Georg von Dollmann. The king lived in the castle for only a few months, he died before the plant was completed. Neuschwanstein was originally called the new castle of Hohenschwangau, which has its current name since 1886. The castle is owned by the Bavarian state, controlled and managed by state gates, gardens and lakes of the Bavarian government.
Neuschwanstein is the most famous castle of Ludwig II and one of the most famous places in Germany. It is visited every year by about 1.5 million tourists. Neuschwanstein, often called the "fairy tale", can visit and visit visitors all year round. Architecture and interior design are characterized by romantic eclecticism from the nineteenth century; Birds are considered important for the work of historicism. Photos of Neuschwanstein, Linderhof and Herrenchiemse are on the UNESCO list of World Heritage "Ludwig Castles".
The castle Neuschwanstein, built by King Ludwig II on the rugged rocky scenic mountain landscape in 1869, had been changed, as written by Richard Wagner, "his real old German castles."
The building project, originally presented as an ideal opportunity for the painter at the Christian Jank stage, was created by Eduard Riedel and Georg Dollmann. Although the type of building follows a thirteenth-century wall painting program in a new style, it partly refers to the themes of Wagner's music plays such as "Tannhauser" and "Lohengrin".
The Singer Hall was designed according to the model and gender of the Wartburg exhibition center near Eisenach. Decorative days of the day.
The sacred objects as well as the Byzantine dome buildings, including the modeled Sull'Allerheiligen-Hofkirche Residence Monaco, are symbolic of the idea of the kingdom of Ludwig II by God's arm. Neuschwanstein is not a copy of the medieval castle, but a characteristic redefinition of historicism.