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View of the schloss and the Kleine Neugierde (tea pavilion) in the park of Glienicke on the Havel

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Description: View of the schloss and the Kleine Neugierde (tea pavilion) in the park of Glienicke...
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Description: The Architecture of Western Gardens: A Design History from the Renaissance to the...
The Glienicke gardens, situated near the Havel on the south-western edge of Berlin, and traditionally part of the Potsdam area, form an architectural, artistic and cultural ensemble of landscape gardens, parks and historic townscape of European significance. Created in several stages during the first half of the nineteenth century, the unity between the architecture and garden makes Glienicke an...
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Monique Mosser (Editor), Georges Teyssot (Editor)
PublisherMIT Press

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