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Schlosspark Bad Homburg

Established as a residence for the Landgraves of Hessen-Homburg, Schloss and garden date back to the seventeenth century, built on the site of a former medieval castle. From 1866 to 1916 Homburg was used as a summer residence by the Prussian kings and German emperor. The park was redesigned as a landscape garden during the second half of the eighteenth century, with some of the underlying baroque structures remain intact.

Photograph © Marija Calden
Photograph © Marija Calden
Photograph © Marija Calden

61348 Bad Homburg, Centre and North West, Germany

All year. Dawn to dusk.


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