Sanssouci Park

The Sanssouci Park in Potsdam has an area of ​​about 289 ha supervised and managed the Park by the Foundation for Prussian Palaces and Gardens in Berlin -Brandenburg. At the east end of the terrace of the castle Sanssouci is the 1745 scale tomb in which since August 17, 1991 is the tomb of the Prussian King Frederick II.

Under King Frederick II aka Frederick the Great, the following buildings and architectures emerged in the park:

  • Sanssouci Palace
  • Gallery
  • New Chambers
  • Neptune's Grotto
  • Chinese House
  • New Palace
  • Temple of Friendship
  • Antikentempel
  • Obelisk Portal and the Obelisk

Friedrich Wilhelm IV had Sanssouci Park with these buildings add:

  • Roman Baths
  • Peace Church with the adjacent building groups

In the neighborhood of Park Sanssouci, there are other parks and buildings:

  • Ensemble of artificial ruins on the Ruinenberg
  • Belvedere on the Klausenberg
  • Dragon House on the Klausenberg
  • Orangery Palace (or the New Orangery ) on the Klausenberg
  • Charlottenhof