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The Fountain Palace In Vienna, Austria

Schonbrunn is located in the Austrian capital Vienna Vienna baroque architecture, southwest was the holy Roman empire, Austrian empire, the austro-hungarian empire, and the palace of the hapsburg family, now is the most famous tourist attractions in Vienna, schonbrunn and garden by UNESCO world cultural heritage list.


The two eagles on the two pillars of the gate of meiquan palace are the symbol of the habspaub dynasty. It was designed to be as large and luxurious as Versailles, but its original design failed because of limited financial resources. The palace has 1,441 rooms, 45 of which are open to visitors. The whole palace is baroque, but 44 of its rooms are rococo. Though not quite as good as Versailles, it still shows the grandeur of the hapsburg family. The gallery walls are portraits of the habsburg emperors and the 16 daughters of empress maria Teresa. A portrait of the girlhood of Marie Antoinette, who later went to the guillotine with king Louis xvi of France.

Der spiegel hall is the reception hall. 1775. Rococo decoration. In 1762. Mozart, who was six years old, played for the queen. At the end of the performance, he ran proudly onto her lap, hugged her neck and gave her a kiss.


The arc DE triomphe on the top of the hill of miquan palace, a period classical colonnade building, is crowned with the imperial eagle standing on the earth. The arc DE triomphe is topped with a fence, making it a popular viewing platform.

The royal garden at the back of the palace is a typical French garden, with large flower beds flanked by manicured walls of trees that house 44 figures from Greek mythology. At the end of the garden is a statue of Neptune.

At the end of the Neptune fountain garden is a beautiful fountain, built in 1780, known as the Neptunsbrunnen. In the center of the pool is a set of sculptures based on the story of Neptune and his followers. From the sea god fountain to the east, came to the famous but not very impressive “beautiful spring”. The spring was discovered by emperor matthias I in 1617 while hunting. Hence the name of the Summer Palace.


It was designed to be as large and luxurious as Versailles. It was a beautiful attraction.

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