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Berlin's Schloss Charlottenburg: Charlottenburg palace
The Schloß Charlottenburg was built by King Friedrich II of Prussia for his wife Charlotte. They filled it with their grand art collection. It is the largest palace in Berlin. The original, central part was constructed between 1695 and 1699 as a summer palace. Severely damaged by allied bombing in 1943, the palace was meticulously reconstructed after the war. There is an admission charge and you must leave all of your bags with an attendant. You are not allowed to take photographs inside but you can take as many as you want of the beautiful park that surrounds the castle. The best bus is the X9, 109, 145, 210
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