Mannheim Pailace


The Mannheim Pailace is a biggin an umwhile pailace in the ceety o Makin Mannheim in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. . It wis originally the main residence o the Prince-electors o the Electorate o the Palatinate o the Hoose o Wittelsbach. It wis originally the main residence o the Prince-electors of the Electorate o the Palatinate o the Hoose o Wittelsbach. Part o the palace is used bi the Varsity o Mannheim.

View o part o the pailace.


BackgroundEdit

The ceety o Mannheim, founded in 1606, wis fortified an at the present site o the castle there wis a fortress cried Friedrichsburg, sometimes serving as alternative residence for the Elector, ane o the most important territorial princes o the Haly Roman Empire. The prsent biggin datyes frae the ring o Karl III Philipp, Elector Palatine wha started constructionn in Juin o 1720 as he hae moved the capital frae Heidelberg. Constructio wis delayed till 1760. During the ring o Elector Karl Theodor o Bavarie it wis uised as accommodation for several administrative bodies. The biggin wis bombed in Warld War II but wis reconstructit

Ither wabsteidsEdit

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