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Rococo Style Palace in Trier


Rococo Style Palace in Trier, Germany photo



SOURCE: Central Intelligence Agency.

In 1615, the Elector Lothar von Metternich began to construct a Rococo-style palace in Trier;

Archbishop Johann Philipp von Walderdorff completed the structure in 1756.

Today the palace - considered to be one of the most impressive Rococo buildings in the world - houses the Trier city government offices.



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