There is so much to explore.
Meersburg New Palace is a place where the world of prince-bishops has been unusually well preserved, from the impressive Baroque residence to touching details of daily life. Meersburg is worth a second and third look, in search of hidden treasures.
Two rooms on the bel étage were decorated with woven images of the prince-bishops’ favorite pastime: the hunt.
Splendid stucco work can be seen in many palaces, but the stucco found in Meersburg is special because of its humor and creativity.
Sensational finds: The newly restored original paintings can be admired above the doors on the bel étage.
The prince-bishops had a collection of natural items. What once caused such a sensation, can again be admired.
The pavilion below the palace garden served the princes as a retreat and as a site for intimate meetings.
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