Potsdam Park Sanssouci

Potsdam Park Sanssouci


Tourist magnet and UNESCO World Heritage Site

Many visitors to Potsdam come to the Brandenburg state capital for one reason only: to see Park Sanssouci with its numerous buildings and palaces. The approximately 290-hectare park was laid out in the mid-18th century according to designs by King Frederick II of Prussia and was repeatedly developed and redesigned by various garden artists over the next 250 years. Frederick the Great was inspired by parks from other countries. Since 1990, Potsdam’s Sanssouci Park has officially been a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The popular sight with its artistic design is considered a tourist magnet and one of the most beautiful parks in Germany.


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