Glienicke Palace

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Glienicke Palace
Schloss Glienicke
Schloss Glienicke Süden.jpg
Glienicke Palace
Glienicke Palace is located in Germany
Glienicke Palace
Location in Germany
General information
Architectural styleNeoclassical
Town or cityBerlin
Coordinates52°24′50″N 13°05′42″E / 52.414°N 13.095°E / 52.414; 13.095
ClientCarl of Prussia
OwnerStiftung Preußische Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg
Design and construction
ArchitectKarl Friedrich Schinkel
Stiftung Preußische Schlösser und Gärten
Part ofPalaces and Parks of Potsdam and Berlin
CriteriaCultural: (i)(ii)(iv)
Inscription1990 (14th Session)
Extensions1992, 1999

Glienicke Palace (German: Schloss Glienicke) is a palace located on the peninsula of Berlin-Wannsee, Germany. It was designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel for Prince Carl of Prussia in 1826.


The palace is situated near the Glienicke Bridge, on the Bundesstraße 1 across from the Glienicke Hunting Lodge. Around the palace is Park Glienicke.


It was designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel for Prince Carl of Prussia in 1826. The building, originally merely a cottage, was turned into a summer palace in the late Neoclassical style. Particularly striking are two golden lion statues in front of the frontage, which were also designed by Schinkel. The lions are versions of the Medici lions from the Villa Medici. In the palace are antique objets d'art, which the Prince brought back from his trips.

World Heritage Site[edit]

Since 1990, Glienicke Palace and the park have been part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Palaces and Parks of Potsdam and Berlin". The palace is administered by the Stiftung Preußische Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg. The palace's park is now called the Volkspark Glienicke.


Garden-courtyard in Glienicke (1837) by August C. Haun
In the yard of Glienicke Palace

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Coordinates: 52°24′51″N 13°05′43″E / 52.41417°N 13.09528°E / 52.41417; 13.09528