The Architecture under King Ludwig II
320 pages, 24.5 x 28.5 cm , 1598 g.
The Architecture under King Ludwig II
Palaces and Factories
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Ludwig II of Bavaria (1864―1886) is more internationally known for his royal palaces than hardly any other regent of the 19th century. They are the symbol of a personal architectural vision which, to this day, fascinates people from all over the world.

However, the fame of his palaces has eclipsed other construction activities in the Kingdom of Bavaria: urban developments, hospitals, and schools, theatres and museums, but also factories, railway stations, apartment blocks, churches, and synagogues were created under his regency.

This book, for the first time, sheds light on the broad architectural activities in this epoch. Essays and overview illustrations of the building projects of the time provide insights into the diversity of the then building culture and, at the same time, open up a new perspective on the royal palaces.
EditorAndres Lepik, Katrin Bäumler
Article IDart-59336


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