19 August 2010

Potsdam

On our last day we went to Park Sanssouci in Potsdam. It's an enormous palace complex covering 287 hectares. This is the oldest palace in the park, Schloss Sanssouci.




Mirja, Ronja and my husband, Jorma.

The Orangerie, the guest house.

This is the Neues Palais.

The Marble Gallery.

The walls of the Grottensaal are lined with semiprecious stones, coral and shells.



The Lady's Bedchamber.

Detail of one of the beautiful fire places.

4 comments:

  1. Hello Gunilla, love your post and the pictures. I had never been in Postdam before and I think I
    should go there next time, when I am in Berlin again. Have a nice weekend, Inge

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  2. Hi Inge, thank you so much! It's an enormous park with a lot to enjoy. One day wasn't nearly enough to see it all. Enjoy your weekend!

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  3. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and your lovely comments! You have a beautiful blog, your photography is stunning, and such a lovely family, too!

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  4. Thank you so much Sharon! I'm usually very lazy leaving comments...

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