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Otto Kapelle
Austria

Quite a surrealistic piece of architecture. Built 1883 to commemorate the departure of the Bavarian Prince Otto, who was elected as the King of Greece just a year before. The King Ludwig I, Otto's father, choosed ht design by architect Daniel Ohlmüller, who suggested  the neo-Gothic style for the chapel. Count August of Seinsheim painted the altarpiece actually depicting the royal family.

Copyright: Alexander jensko
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10676x5338
Chargée: 30/09/2012
Mis à jour: 06/08/2014
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Tags: chapel; kapelle; otto; könig; ludwig; kiefersfelden; austria; bavaria; germany; greece
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