Frederick the Great's famous summer palace, this rococo gem was designed by Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff in 1747 and sits daintily...
The New Chambers, built by Knobelsdorff in 1748, were originally an orangery and later converted into a guest palace. The interior drips...
This reconstructed 18th-century Dutch-style windmill contains exhibits about the history of the mill and mill technology, and offers a...
This vaulted cellar lounge is popular with grown-ups willing to peel off the bills for top-notch cocktails. Access is via the back...
Potsdam Zur Historischen Mühle
This vast, tourist-geared restaurant, part of the Mövenpick chain, lures punters with international favourites, a beer garden and a...
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The Picture Gallery shelters Frederick the Great's prized collection of Old Masters, including such pearls as Caravaggio's Doubting Thomas , Anthony van Dyck's Pentecost and several works by Peter Paul Rubens.
Behind a rather plain facade hides a sumptuous symphony of gilded ornamentation, yellow and white marble and a patterned stone floor that is perhaps just as impressive as the mostly large-scale paintings that cover practically every inch of wall space.