Invited by the Chambermaid
The only fully preserved manor in Saxony, Rammenau Baroque Castle, is located in the foothills of the Lusatian Mountains near Bautzen. While it looks like a modern fairy-tale castle on the outside, the inside features a Chinese Room, Pompeii Room, Bird Room, Peacock Room and Hunting Room with an impressive late baroque and early classicist room design. Rammenau Baroque Castle was bought by the von Hoffmann family in the 18th century, and the idyllic landscape park was designed by their son, Johann Centurius Count von Hoffmann. Nowadays, guests can enjoy classical music in the Mirror Hall and experience culinary delights from the times of the landed gentry in the dining hall.
Rammenau Baroque Castle
Am Schloss 4 | 01877 Rammenau
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History of the Baroque Castle
Built in 1721, the Baroque castle is one of the most beautiful, completely preserved estates of rural Baroque in Saxony.
The Baroque Castle can look back on 300 years of history and architecture already. And there are quite a few things to be discovered behind the walls of the countryside Baroque estate.