While on a Viking Cruise on the Elbe River, we enjoyed a side trip to the town of Worlitz and the 18th century palace and gardens of Duke Leopold III. Considered the first neoclassical building in Germany, the yellow mansion in a glorious park setting was finished in 1773 after the landscaping of the surrounding first and largest English garden in Germany from 1769-1773. The interior of the building is beautifully decorated and the period furnishings very lovely.
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