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Front facade of the Schaezlerpalais

The Schaezlerpalais is a magnificent baroque palace in Augsburg. The Palace extends far back from the street, encompassing dozens of magnificent rooms, courtyards and gardens. The gilded, mirrored, ballroom, built between 1765-70) survives intact, and is widely regarded as the most artistically significant Rococo ball room in Germany. Carl Albert von Lespilliez was the architect of the Schaezlerpalais.

The building is a registered historic monument declared by the State of Bavaria.

The palace houses the following art collections

Adjacent to the building complex, a Baroque garden is open to the public.


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Coordinates: 48°21′54″N 10°53′57″E / 48.36500°N 10.89917°E / 48.36500; 10.89917