Pagodenburg
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StockholmKindaGuy
Marietta, GA7,324 contributions
May 2018 • Solo
The Pagodenburg is one of the many buildings on the grounds of the Nymphenburg complex you can visit. This small building was used as the royal tea house. While the exterior has an understated French look, the building's ornate interior borrows from Asia, giving it a more luxurious feel. Blue and white colors dominated the large entry floor of the Pagodenburg, while the smaller rooms of the upper floor are decorated in a variety of colors, each with ornate designs. Worth a look.
Written August 19, 2018
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BradJill
Hong Kong, China151,417 contributions
Jun 2018 • Couples
There are several small palaces located within Nymphenburg Park grounds including the small Pagodenburg on the shore of Kleiner Lake. Opening hours are 9am to 6pm daily (April to Mid-October). The palace is closed from Mid-October to March.

Here you find a early 18th-century building by German architect Joseph Effner. The exterior is that of French Rococo style and is very attractive.

The interior is made of two floors. The ground floor is covered wall to wall, ceiling and floor with Dutch tiles from Delft fashioned in the manner of Chinese style blue-and-white images and scenes. It is stunningly beautiful and photogenic.

The upper floor is also Chinese in style. Here you can peer into two drawing rooms lined darker coloured wallpaper and lacquer painting. This is also very beautiful and worth spending a few minutes to enjoy.

To enter you can purchase a Park Palace ticket (€4.50 per person) which provides access to four palaces in the Nymphenburg Park grounds including Amalienburg, Badenburg and Magdalenenklause.

Alternatively you can purchase the full combo ticket (€11.50 per person) which includes access to the Nymphenburg Palace, Marstall (Stagecoach) and Porzellen (Porcelain) museums as well.
Written July 14, 2018
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