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"Traditional courtyard garden"

The former Rechberg Palace, built by the Duke of Rechberg in 1688 and owned by the Radspieler family since 1848, is a prime example of classical Bavarian architecture. The most famous resident was the poet Heinrich Heine, who lived here in 1827-28. The garden in the courtyard, with its luscious lawns and old trees, is one of the few remaining examples of a traditional, aristocratic Munich garden. The interior was recently renovated.
Hackenstraße 7, Munich, Germany, 80331
"Traditional courtyard garden"
The former Rechberg Palace, built by the Duke of Rechberg in 1688 and owned by the Radspieler family since 1848, is a prime example of classical Bavarian architecture. The most famous resident was the poet Heinrich Heine, who lived here in 1827-28. The garden in the courtyard, with its luscious lawns and old trees, is one of the few remaining examples of a traditional, aristocratic Munich garden. The interior was recently renovated.
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