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Schloss Mannheim

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The 18th Century Palace Turned into a University Brightening the Nation by Producing Talented Generations

One of the state-owned monuments, Mannheim’s six-hectare vast Baroque Palace has constructed nearly... read more

Reviewed 7 October 2018
Sagri2013
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Indianapolis, Indiana
400 Meters FACADE

Impressive view offers the Mannheim Baroque Palace. In 1720 Price Elector Car Philipp transferred... read more

Reviewed 17 September 2018
Manuel P
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Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
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All reviews audio guide baroque palace self guided worth a visit during wwii lots of history huge castle costs euros rainy day first floor baroque style university europe students library century museum
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Reviewed 30 October 2018

It's a large and great restored castle 1947 in the heart of the city. It's with 6 hectare the largest castle in Europe !

Thank spiderZH
Reviewed 15 October 2018 via mobile

A calm campus visited on Sunday Just walkable distance from Mannheim station and situated just 500 mts Rhein river the campus is gorgeous. Would with more time next.

Thank YogeshLad
Reviewed 7 October 2018

One of the state-owned monuments, Mannheim’s six-hectare vast Baroque Palace has constructed nearly 300 years ago. As one of the many heavily damaged structures during the World War II, it has been reconstructed, restoring halls showcasing exhibits, 5 wings, and 400-meter square courtyard, and major...More

Thank Sagri2013
Reviewed 18 September 2018

The palace is really worth a visit if you are nearby. If not, maybe you should consider that in spite of being an enormous example of the barroc, there's not much visitable area. Even with the exhibitions, I took no more than 40 minutes

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Reviewed 17 September 2018

Impressive view offers the Mannheim Baroque Palace. In 1720 Price Elector Car Philipp transferred the palatinate's seat of power from Heldelberg to Mannheim. It has magnificent interiors.

Thank Manuel P
Reviewed 9 September 2018

a nice thing to know --> in in medieval Germany practicaly every bigger city was "competing" who will have a better looking castle/palace/fortress etc. that's why there's so many of them in Germany. this one is nice, although the one in Heidelberg seems more impressive

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Reviewed 15 June 2018

There is much to see but having the audio guide makes the visit ten times more informative. The options re: level of detail are helpful. Staff at reception were remarkably unfriendly.

1  Thank RebeccaPeter
Reviewed 10 May 2018 via mobile

Beautiful palace and well maintained. The audio tour (included in the price of admission). Each section has a "short" narrative and subsequent subsections...if you wish to listen to them...you can pick and choose too. The (short) tour last 80 minutes, but the full tour lasts...More

1  Thank Jarret F
Reviewed 3 March 2018

As any place of higher education it's a bustling mess of hipsters and wannabe entrepreneurs and the occasional intellectual. They serve cheap food, you can hang out in the library, visit lectures or take a nap in the lounge areas.

Thank gr0eneduim
Reviewed 21 February 2018 via mobile

This Schloos is now the universitet of Mannhime. It is nice to visit snd see how they use it it and keep it very good

Thank 243yoav
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You can see some violins. The tourgide can give you also informations. Thats all.
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