Schwerin Kalesi

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Schwerin Kalesi
Schweriner Schloß
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Koordinatlar 53°37'27"N, 11°25'8"E Edit this on Wikidata

Schwerin Kalesi (AlmancaSchweriner Schloß), Mecklenburg-Vorpommern eyaletinin başkenti olan Schwerin'de bulunan bir Schloß veya kaledir.[1] Kale, Schwerin Gölü'ndeki bir adada yer almaktadır.[1]

Yüzyıllar boyunca, kale Mecklenburg ve daha sonra Mecklenburg-Schwerin düklerinin ve büyük düklerinin eviydi.[2] Günümüzde kalenin bir kısmı Mecklenburg-Vorpommern eyalet parlamentosu tarafından kullanılmaktadır.[2] Kalenin geriye kalan kısmı ise turistlere açıktır.[3]

"Kuzeyin Neuschwanstein'ı" olarak adlandırılan kalenin büyük bir kısmı ünlü tarihçi mimar olan Gottfried Semper, Friedrich August Stüler, Georg Adolf Demmler ve Ernst Friedrich Zwirner'in işbirliğiyle 1845 ve 1857 yılları arasında inşa edilmiştir.[4] Kale, aynı zamanda Avrupa'daki Romantik Tarihselciliğin en önemli eserlerinden biri olarak kabul edilir.[5][6]

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  1. ^ a b Travel, Eyewitness (2021). Germany (1. bas.). New York, NY: DK Publishing. ISBN 978-0241462782. 
  2. ^ a b Göttsche 2018.
  3. ^ Coffin 2008.
  4. ^ Adamson 1999.
  5. ^ "Neuschwanstein of the North - Schwerin Palace, one of the most important works of Romantic History in Europe" 3 Ekim 2013 tarihinde Wayback Machine sitesinde arşivlendi. (NDR, German television)
  6. ^ Millon 2005.

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