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Ephraim Palace, 2010
|Town or city||Berlin|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Friedrich Wilhelm Dieterichs|
The Ephraim Palace (German: Ephraim-Palais) is a Rococo-style building in Berlin, Germany, originally constructed in 1766. Despite the destruction of the palace in 1936 by Nazi Germany, the beginning of a reconstruction was possible in 1985, as many elements of the facade had been stored in East Germany. Today, the Ephraim Palace is a cultural-heritage property and houses a museum, mostly dealing with cultural topics.
The Ephraim Palace is named after Veitel Heine Ephraim, who hired the experienced architect Friedrich Wilhelm Dieterichs to design a palace on the property of the oldest pharmacy of Berlin.
- Rolf-Herbert Krüger. "Das Ephraim-Palais in Berlin – Ein Beitrag zur preußischen Kulturgeschichte". Berlin: Verlag für Bauwesen, 1990. ISBN 3-345-00241-8
- "Museum Ephraim-Palais", history and data about the Ephraim Palace at the website of the museum of Ephraim Palace (in German)
- "Palais Ephraim", history, data and literature about Ephraim Palace at the official website of the city of Berlin (in German)
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