The Jagdschloss Grunewald, a hunting lodge, is the oldest preserved castle of Berlin, Germany. It is located at the south waterside of the Grunewaldsee and is part of the locality Dahlem at the borough Steglitz-Zehlendorf.
The Jagdschloss was built in 1542/1543. Building owner was Joachim II Hector the Prince-elector of the Margraviate of Brandenburg. The building was created in the Renaissance style and got the name Zum grünen Wald, to the green forest, and gave the whole Grunewald its name. Around 1800 the Château got the name Grunewald too. During reconstructions between 1705 und 1708 by Frederick I, the first King of Prussia, it got the its Baroque design by master builder Martin Grünberg.
Official Website http://www.spsg.de/schloesser-gaerten/objekt/jagdschloss-grunewald/
Coordinates 52°28'1.926" N 13°15'41.902" E