Wednesday, 10 February 2016

The Small Gloriette Pavilion in the Woods
Hidden Treasures of Schönbrunn


Kleine Gloriette at Sunset
Gardens of Schönbrunn
13th District (Hietzing)

Photographed 5 February 2016
© by Merisi
Links:
-> The Small Gloriette at Schönbrunn:
"Situated in the middle of the woods on Schönbrunn Hill near the Maria Theresa Gate lies the Small Gloriette, a tower-like two storeyed pavilion which was built around 1775, probably to designs by Isidor Canevale."
> Black and White Wednesday

5 comments:

  1. ooo, not seen this one before in the palais grounds. Interesting. B and W suits the isolation of the small tower.
    Kein melange hier?

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    1. Hello! :-)
      You'd have to hike up to the Gloriette, then walk southeast (it's right near the Maria-Theresia-Gate).
      Nein, keine Melange there. ;-) There is a hot dog stand right outside the gate, maybe they have coffee too.

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  2. Boy it looks more contemporary then 1775.I adore any small or LARGE building in the garden!

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    1. Yes, it's an interesting observation! Not what one expects from Baroque or Rococo design.

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