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    1886 9 June: Ludwig II is certified insane and declared unfit to govern Bavaria. 12 June: Ludwig II is arrested in Neuschwanstein Castle and interned in Berg Palace. 13 June: The king dies in Lake Starnberg, supposedly having committed suicide, together with the psychiatrist Dr von Gudden.

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    King Ludwig II lying in state in the Hofkapelle (Court Chapel)

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