Baroque Palace of Mannheim

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There’s no doubt about it: Schloss Mannheim, the Palace of Mannheim, is an impressive sight. And this is precisely what was intended by the two men who had it built, the Prince-Electors Carl Philipp and Carl Theodor of the Palatinate. Carl Philipp had moved the royal court from Heidelberg to Mannheim in 1720. For Mannheim this was a matter of great significance: the city became a royal capital and an illustrious centre for science, art and culture.

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