Belvedere on Pfingstberg Hill

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Pfingstberg Hill provides a wonderful view over the city of Potsdam and its picturesque landscape of rivers and lakes. Indeed it was this view that inspired Frederick William IV to have a belvedere constructed on it. The design for this impressive building with its two towers was provided by the artistically minded King himself, who modelled it on Renaissance villas he had come across in Italy. Starting in 1847, these plans were put into effect by the architects Ludwig Persius, Friedrich August Stüler and Ludwig Ferdinand Hesse.

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Belvedere on Pfingstberg Hill

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