Stuttgart Neues Schloss

Stuttgart Neues Schloss


Former residence of the Württemberger

This is where the heart of Baden-Württemberg’s state capital beats: in Stuttgart’s New Palace. The impressive structure was built between 1746 and 1807 as the residence and living quarters of the dukes and kings of Württemberg. The new seat of power was built at the request of Carl Eugen von Württemberg, for whom the Old Palace was not sufficient as a residence. Together with the Schlossplatz and the Old Palace, the New Palace is one of the main attractions of the state capital. Today, numerous events, especially representative ones, take place in the stately building. Wedding couples can also rent the magnificent Marble Hall for their wedding ceremony. A special eye-catcher here are the seven silver chandeliers dating from 1762.


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