Bellevue Palace

Berlin, Germany
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The facility is located in the Tiergarten park. It is used as the residence of the President of Germany. During the time of the German Empire, Bellevue belonged to the ruling family and was used as the summer palace of one of the princes. After the fall of the monarchy, he became the property of the state, in 1935 the Museum of Applied Arts was located on the territory. Inside the building you can get only at a certain time once a week.
Bellevue Palace
Address:Spreeweg 1, Berlin
Phone:+49 30 20000


Very cool looking palace close by the Tiergarden and other monuments.


I stopped by (I took bus 100 double-deck), and walked around the Palace. The area is quiet. I liked the park also.


This place is beautiful. You ain't allowed to step inside though


Bellevue Palace is official residence of the President of Germany. Designed by architect Michael Philipp Boumann, Schloss Bellevue was erected in 1786 as a summer residence for Prince Augustus Ferdinand of Prussia


The home of the German president is a beautiful building along the river


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