Paris had been the original site for the Moorish Kiosk. Berlin’s architect Karl von Diebitsch had it erected there as a Prussian contribution to the World Fair of 1867, which was one of the stations of Ludwig’s first state visit to France…. IN 1870, Bethel Henry Strousberg acquired the kiosk for his Bohemian Zbirow Palace. In 1876, after the Strousberg bankruptcy, Ludwig bought the building for the Linderhof Palace Park and had it remodelled and partly redecorated by Georg Dollman, his architect. The highlight of the oriental throne room is the famous “peacock throne,” designed by Franz Steitz in 1877 and fabricated in Paris and Munich….
I saw an article online about surreal places to visit, the world is such a beautiful place and so I want to share a few of the photos with you. This first one is the Zhangye Danxia landform in Gansu, China.