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Neuschwanstein Castle
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Neuschwanstein Castle is on a small mountain peak in the suburbs of Fussen, a small town on the southern border of Germany. It has a fairy-tale appearance, with a blend of beautiful scenery. Its interior decoration is sumptuous. Inspired by the musical "Swan Knight," the Bavarian King Ludwig II took many years to build it. Regardless of the season and from which angle you view the castle, it pleases the eyes. Neuschwanstein Castle attracts visitors from all over the world.
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Shirley Zhu   
Many people came to Fussen to use it as a transit point to Swan Castle. In fact, as long as they take a moment, they will find that the small city has a beautiful beauty. The old town is not big, it can be completed in an hour's walk, the main street (Reichenstrase), two squares (Brotmarkt and Schrannenplatz), three churches (bishop Hohes Schloss, St.) Kloster und Kirche St. Mang and Heilig-Geist-Spitalkir-che, and some houses of 7788. Walk in the old town of Fussen, you will not miss the small and dazzling building of P1, which is the Holy Spirit Hospital Church. It was burned down in 1733. The reconstructed church is lined with Rococo-style murals depicting the god of firefighting, St. Florian, and the patron saint of the Lech River, St. Christopher. The old town is full of precious historical and cultural heritage. The P5 building is the monastery of St. Munchen, and its history dates back to the ninth century. It is also home to the Fssen Municipal Museum and is considered to be the best violin collection in Europe. This is the place where Fssen is the most historical and cultural heritage, and the pride of the Fussen people. The accommodation and catering industry in the Old Town is very developed. There are many medieval buildings, and monasteries, bureaucracies, churches and many museums are located in the area. The town at night is quiet and serene, and the restaurants and shops that open during the day are alive and well. The murals in the old town of Fssen are not as dense as those of Amorg, but there are also works that are very beautiful and worthy of stopping. The cottages here are also painted in colorful colours, with the Alps as the backdrop and the Lech River, which is somewhat closer to the fairy tale than Rothenburg. Lai Xin Street is not long, go to the end, then the ancient city. After going out, turn right and turn, which is the moat of the moat here, the color of which is different in shades of jade. It is like a jade belt, quietly guarding Fusen, a beautiful and unique town. I rarely saw the introduction of the Lech River in the forum travels, so it was not until we walked to her side that she was truly surprised by her beauty.
Posted: 5 Jul, 2019
Yoki Huang   
On New Year's Day, I went to see Neuschwanstein Castle and followed the guide into the interior of Neuschwanstein. We curiously spy on everything that Ludwig II worships and likes. This talented, king who lives in romance and self-imagination for the rest of his life has the highest rights and possesses this rich land. Only he refused to marry and refused to govern. Knowing that he lost his rights, he was still borrowing money to build Neuschwanstein. He refused all his troubles and uneasiness outside the castle and hid in the Eden he built. He is lonely, he has always been a person, even compared to the luxurious open hall, his table is always small, and does not allow people to approach. His room is also narrow and narrow, and the bed is not big. After I visited Helen Kimm Palace, I was amazed at the simplicity of the bedroom in Neuschwanstein. I can't tell which style the king loves. From the perspective of architectural art, the interior of Neuschwanstein is more borrowed from the Italian decorative style (Helen Jim Palace is completely imitation of the French Palace of Versailles.) Although the color is the calm blue Royal, but the details The ivory, glass, and brass design also demonstrates its style and sophistication. There is even a man-made cave in the interior, which is close to nature. I highly recommend that you enter the interior of Neuschwanstein for a visit. After all, seeing a home built for yourself is a direct way to walk into and explore the loneliness of Ludwig II.
Posted: 25 Dec, 2018
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