New Schleissheim Palace

In 1701, architect Enrico Zuccalli began building the New Schleissheim palace, which was continued by young Josef Effner in 1719-1726.

French elegance is reflected in the facade, and pervades the lavishly decorated interior. Highlights include the Great Hall, the Victorian Hall and the Great Gallery. Since 1978, the palace has housed the State Gallery of European Baroque Painting.

Reference: Munich Tourist Office

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