Lindstedt Palace

Potsdam, Germany

Lindstedt Palace is part of the ensemble of courtyards and gardens of Potsdam. It was built in the second half of the 19th century by Friedrich Wilhelm IV in late classicism style. The authors were four architect, including the famous Friedrich Ludwig Persius and Friedrich August Stüler. The palace is listed as part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Palaces and Parks of Potsdam and Berlin.



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Founded: 1858-1861
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Germany
Historical period: German Confederation (Germany)


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Martin Stellmacher (8 months ago)
Pretty gem away from Sanssouci. Poorly maintained outdoor facilities. Difficult to find an open access. Can't you visit the inside?
Nancy Seipold (8 months ago)
I happened to be there again, so orientation and stuff. ? I'm not necessarily a fan of old castles, but I have to say I found it very nice there and then had to take a stroll through this beautiful garden. Lovingly prepared and maintained. At sunset it looks even more beautiful. The garden is open until dusk and if you're around just pop in. It is a beautiful place to stay for a while. ?
Fabian Philip Alber (2 years ago)
There are 4 wonderful putti in the palace gardens of Lindstedt Palace in Potsdam. Each of the boys symbolizes a different season. ???? The palace is not far from the Belvedere on the Klausberg and the Sanssouci Park in an area where it is much less busy. ? The gloomy ponds, a moor and protected wetland in the middle of the beautiful forest area Katharinenholz are also very close by. ???? In stormy and rainy weather, the environment has a very special melodramatic charm that impressed me well. ?️?️?️ By the way, Lindstedt Palace was built under Friedrich Wilhelm IV in the middle of the 19th century in the style of romantic classicism and has - like so many buildings in Potsdam - an Italianizing design language. ?? Incidentally, the building also served as a filming location for an underground secret laboratory in the film "Resident Evil" and once belonged to the ancestors of Vicco von Bülow, good old Loriot. ❤️
Mingyi Wang (3 years ago)
Very nice property with the round tower, the representative entrance to the portal and the columned aisle. The metal water reservoir above the columned aisle appears to be new and fits well with the building. I imagined what the corridor would have looked like if it had been illuminated
Horst Richter (3 years ago),. M . Mmm n, x
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