Potsdam — Former Residence Of Prussian Kings

Potsdam, very close to Berlin, is the capital city of the federal state of Brandenburg. It became famous for its Sanssouci Palace, Babelsberg Castle, as well as having the worlds oldest film studios, the Babelsberg Film Studios, as well as the Filmpark Babelsberg — an amusement park for kiddies of all ages. ;-)

The Sanssouci Palace and its park are well among the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites. It is said that the Sanssouci Palace was happened to be the summer palace of Frederick the Great. The palace profoundly displays German rococo architecture, and includes work of art by artists such as Watteau, Panini and Pesne.

Old Town and the historical districts are not such places to give it a miss as collectively, the town houses and the streets of the old quarter shape an atmospheric collection.

The Neubabelsberg residential district provides you with an opportunity to admire the fascinating architecture of the past era. The border, formerly separating East and West Germany, now is a popular destination for some strange reasons as it is considered that this is the same place where spies were replaced during the Cold War.

Potsdam’s gorgeous parks and gardens shape a fascinating bond with the forests and lakes that enclose the city on the Havel. The city’s archetypal parks consist of Sanssouci, Neuer Garten, and Babelsberg.

However, its modern-day parks are also striking places to spend some memorable time in. For example, the park on Friendship Island in the city center or the Volkspark on the former site of the Federal Garden Show.

If you ever get a chance to be there, you will locate an amount of exceptional museums, comprising the House of Brandenburg and Prussian History.

The Film Museum comes up with lots of captivating information concerning the history of the Babelsberg Film Studios. The Nikolaisaal, a concert hall and events center, generates a mesmerizing display of art in the company of the historical fa├žade and the restored baroque town center. While, on the other hand, the Hans Otto Theater offers a comprehensive stock from classics to contemporary works in a variety of venues.

All in all, the city is really alive in the midst of art and culture. The artistic schedule of this regional capital marks a series of annual festivals and other cultural events. You’ll feel a sense of passion if you love music as sporadic guest appearances by international and national artists offer it a true cultural setting.

 

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