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We know a little distance keeps the wonders Germany Land of fairy tales, giants, knights on horses and armor, an extension that lives up to so much mystique thanks to its landscape, which seems to have left the more flowery tale.

One of those amazing places to visit in the country European is Neuschwanstein Castle, Which emphasizes building nothing less than to be the most admired and visited the castle across the continent, located at the top of a mountain and completely surrounded by them.

Built around 1886, the works begun by the monarch Ludwig II and the castle was finished after his death. After opening almost automatically spaces were reserved as a museum open to the public.

The great wealth that adorns the castle not only looks at its ornate facade, but in every decorative detail inside. Mainly emphasizes the exquisite taste with which they furnished and decorated each of the spaces, from the smallest details, such as golden swans in the door handle it.

The king room was finished with the appearance of a Gothic chapel, and beside it is a small refectory, where the monarch was making his prayers. The decoration of Neuschwanstein Castle is devoted to the composer Richard Wagner As each room represents a particular scene of some of his works, with stories drawn on the walls, for example in the real room is represented opera Tristan and Isolde of the most popular artist.

To visit Neuschwanstein Castle Entries must be purchased in the town of Fussen, a small town at the foot of steep mountains, upon which rests the castle. The visit is guided and takes about an hour and a half.

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