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Luis II, cuadro de Ferdinand von Piloty

Castillo de Neuschwanstein

Luis II, cuadro de Ferdinand von Piloty

The Cross in the Starnberger See indicating the spot where King Ludwig II of Bavaria drowned in 1886. Dr.von Gudden delivered his verdict on Ludwig's mental stability and the King was removed from the throne. The next night in early evening, King Ludwig II and Gudden went for a walk by the Starnberger See. Around 11:30 that night, their bodies were found floating in waist deep water close to the shore of the Starnberger See.The cross marks the place the bodies were found.

The Cross in the Starnberger See indicating the spot where King Ludwig II of Bavaria drowned in 1886. Dr.von Gudden delivered his verdict on Ludwig's mental stability and the King was removed from the throne. The next night in early evening, King Ludwig II and Gudden went for a walk by the Starnberger See. Around 11:30 that night, their bodies were found floating in waist deep water close to the shore of the Starnberger See.The cross marks the place the bodies were found.

ドイツ旅行ではハズせない。。 シンデレラ城のモデルになった「ノイシュヴァンシュタイン城」

シンデレラ城のモデル、まさに夢の国のお城「ノイシュヴァンシュタイン城」

ドイツ旅行ではハズせない。。 シンデレラ城のモデルになった「ノイシュヴァンシュタイン城」

Restored state bedroom of King Ludwig II, Bavaria, in Herrenchiemsee Castle 2011 (Dapd)  on the 125th Anniversary of the Death of King Ludwig. - The Atlantic

Restored state bedroom of King Ludwig II, Bavaria, in Herrenchiemsee Castle 2011 (Dapd) on the 125th Anniversary of the Death of King Ludwig. - The Atlantic

King Ludwig II, by Ferdinand von Piloty, Munich, 1865.

King Ludwig II, by Ferdinand von Piloty, Munich, 1865.

Linderhof Castle "a royal flight of fancy set in the foothills of the Alps,this elaborate Bavarian palace was designed by theatrical set decorators and inspired by Versailles!"

Linderhof Castle "a royal flight of fancy set in the foothills of the Alps,this elaborate Bavarian palace was designed by theatrical set decorators and inspired by Versailles!"

Bavarian King Ludwig II’s train dates from 1860.

Bavarian King Ludwig II’s train dates from 1860.

Bavarian Palace Department | Linderhof Palace and Park | Palace | History

Bavarian Palace Department | Linderhof Palace and Park | Palace | History

King Ludwig II bedroom window in Neuschwanstein Castle                                                                                                                                                      More

King Ludwig II bedroom window in Neuschwanstein Castle More

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