Schloss Weesenstein luftaufnahmen

Schloss Weesenstein luftaufnahmen

Schloss Weesenstein luftaufnahmen Weesenstein zieht an. Es lockte schon Besucher, als es noch kein Museum, sondern Wohnort stolzer Adelsgeschlechter war. Mit der Entwicklung des Ausflugstourismus ergoss sich ab spätestens Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts ein zunehmender Strom von Reisenden in die ländliche Umgebung Dresdens. Man suchte ein Kontrastprogramm zum Leben in der Großstadt – Natur, Romantik, alte Burgen und Schlösser. In Weesenstein fand und findet sich dies alles auf einmal! The German not-for-profit Limited »State Palaces, Castles, and Gardens of Saxony« (»Staatliche Schlösser, Burgen und Gärten Sachsen gemeinnützige GmbH«) merchandises, manages, and presents nineteen of the most interesting Saxon cultural landmarks. One of these significant castles, palaces, and gardens is Weesenstein Castle. This unique architectural ensemble, located hardly 20 kilometres from the Saxon capital Dresden, was brought into prominence as the private property of King John of Saxony (König Johann von Sachsen), the most famous Wettin of the 19th century. Today, Weesenstein Castle is proud to host a highly respected exhibition about the history of the buildings and their former owners but also provides cultural and culinary offers.The unique architectural ensemble in the Mueglitz valley (Müglitztal) near the Free State’s capital Dresden is looking back on eight centuries of Saxon history. It had been shaped by the reign of the Bünau family (Familie von Bünau) lasting 12 generations before it evolved as private property of King John of Saxony (König Johann von Sachsen), the most famous Wettin of the 19th century, into the »secret residence« of the Saxon crown! Visitors are invited to enjoy the beauty of this former aristocratic estate together with its blooming gardens, but they are also welcome to learn, that castles like Weesenstein were no places of idleness but the manors’ economic and administrative centres. Today, only few castle sights can convey this fact – yet Weesenstein can... www.schloss-weesenstein.de Mit unserer Drohne und der Canon EOS 5 D III entstand dieser Luftfilm. Für weitere Informationen besuchen Sie bitte unsere Website: www.element-wolkenlos.de

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