Munchen (Munich), Bavaria (6) – Schloss Nymphenburg – Pagodenburg (Day Eight)

The Pagodenburg, built in 1716 to 1721 by the architect Joseph Effner is the first of the park pavilions.  The Chinese atmosphere is an excellent style that was popular in early 18th-century Europe.  Each of the blue and white tiles were individually painted.  As hard as I tried, I couldn’t find any that were identical.

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