Saturday, May 7, 2016

Ancient Bavaria – 30 Stunning Photochrome Prints of the Largest State of Germany in the 1890s

Bavaria is a federal state of Germany. In the southeast of the country with an area of 70,548 square kilometres (27,200 sq mi), it is the largest state, making up almost a fifth of the total land area of Germany, and Germany's second most populous state.

Here are some stunning photochrome prints show the beauty of this land in the 1890s.

Bad Kohlgrub, Bavaria

Bedroom with pictures of Tristan story, Neuschwanstein Castle, Upper Bavaria

Berchtesgaden & Watzmann, Bavaria, Germany

Berchtesgaden & Watzmann, Bavaria, Germany

Castle (west side), Nuremberg, Bavaria

City hall, Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Bavaria

Dining room with portraits of minnesingers, Neuschwanstein Castle, Upper Bavaria

Drawing room with pictures of the Lohengrin saga, Neuschwanstein Castle, Upper Bavaria

Gasthof zum Bayerischen Löwen, Oberammergau, Upper Bavaria

Hangman Bridge, Nuremberg, Bavaria

Hofbräuhaus courtyard, Munich, Bavaria

Hofbräuhaus, Munich, Bavaria

Hospital of the Holy Spirit, Nuremberg, Bavaria

Imperial stables, Nuremberg, Bavaria

Karlsplatz (Stachus), view towards Central Station, Munich, Bavaria

Karlsplatz (Stachus), view towards Justizpalast, Munich, Bavaria

Königshaus, Schachen, Bavaria

Lower bridge and city hall, Bamberg, Bavaria

Neuschwanstein Castle, Upper Bavaria

Old city hall, Bamberg, Bavaria

Old Main Bridge, Würzburg, Bavaria

Pegnitz & synagogue, Nuremberg, Bavaria

Rakoczy Festival, Bad Kissingen, Bavaria

Regnitz and Michaelsberg, Bamberg, Bavaria

Singers' hall (music room), Neuschwanstein Castle, Upper Bavaria

Study with pictures of the Tannhäuser saga, Neuschwanstein Castle, Upper Bavaria

The Gobelin tapestries, Linderhof Palace, Upper Bavaria

Throne room, Neuschwanstein Castle, Upper Bavaria

Vestner gate & Imperial stables, Nuremberg, Bavaria

Wagner Festspielhaus, Bayreuth, Bavaria

(From The Library of Congress, via trialsanderrors)

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