Royal country house

Local nameKönigliches Landhaus
LocationPotsdam, Germany

The Royal Country House in Potsdam is situated on mount Kapellenberg and was originally constructed for the sexton of the Russian Orthodox chapel of Saint Alexander Nevsky nearby. The façade of the log house recalls simple German and Russian farm constructions. It was actually used as a royal residence. On the second floor, King Frederik William III would give tea parties, sometimes gathering up to 40 persons. Interior furnishings of the royal rooms affected extreme simplicity. Only a samovar from Tula and table and tea services produced by the Berlin royal porcelain manufactory specified the high position of the dweller. A porcelain service, gift of the Russian emperor Nicholas I, was decorated with painted gold on a malachite background, and scenes of rural life. Since Frederik William's time there has been a tiny monument to Tsar Alexander I, one meter in height.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_country_house_(Potsdam)

Address Russische Kolonie 14, 14469 Potsdam, DE

Coordinates 52°24'55.944" N 13°3'29.23" E

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