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  • Heather Bennett

    Inside the Louvre, Paris.... I want to be in that place!!!!

  • Katarzyna Dragan

    View of Central Pavilion of the Nymphenburg Palace (“Schloss Nymphenburg. Munich, Bavaria). This baroque castle was commissioned in 1664 and was a main summer residence of the rules of Bavaria of the House of Wittelsbach. One of the most amazing interiors ever made...

  • Zaza Gabriell

    pretty beautiful architecture Interior pastel gold rococo munich Germany German chandelier 18th century 1700s Nymphenburg Palace 18th centur...

  • Pop Culture Alice

    #chandelier #mural #painting #fresco #french #architecture #nobility #castle #highend #decor #gold #aristocratic #royal

  • Zhanna Avdeyuk

    Beautiful gold and art.

  • Jamie Dean Dawes

    Germany -Nymphenburg Palace in Munich Facts about Germany: Area: 357,042 sq km. Strategically placed in the centre of Europe . Population: 82,056,775

  • Linn Crescentia

    Architectural details inside Nymphenburg Palace in Munich, Germany (by onur.yilmaz).Now That's a painted ceiling!

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