There is so much to explore.
The room decor and the collections at Favorite Palace include many first-rate rarities, such as fascinating lapidary art from Florence and one of the largest collections of early Meissen porcelain.
In the 18th century, a pleasure palace was a place for small celebrations. The architectural designs originated in France.
The pietra dura panels in the Florentine cabinet demonstrate the best of Italian lapidary arts from Florence.
The margravine purchased almost 160 porcelain pieces, making her an important customer for the Meissen factory founded in 1710.
A warm house for exotic plants was requirement for any Baroque palace garden, including the one at Rastatt Favorite Palace.
The margravine's collection of Bohemian glass is one of Favorite Palace's greatest treasures.
A book on art and medicine, cooking and baking, with personal recipes, comes from Margravine Sibylla Augusta’s collection.
A relaxing stroll through the Rastatt Favorite Palace garden reveals the trees’ rich diversity.
A number of animals have made their home and can be observed in the Rastatt Favorite Palace landscape garden.
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