Explore interesting sights in Ettal, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Ettal, Germany.
1. Mariä Himmelfahrt
Himmelfahrt is a church building of the Roman Catholic Church in the Upper Bavarian community Ettal. The church is consecrated to Mariä. It bears the title of a basilica minor and serves as the monastery church of the Ettal monastery of the Bavarian Benedictine congregation, as the parish church of the parish of the Ettal in the Archdiocese of Munich and Freising as well as a pilgrimage church to the Blessed Mother Maria. The building and other buildings of the monastery are entered as a monument in the Bavarian list of monuments.
2. Hermitage of Gurnemanz
As a mythical place, the hermitage of Gurnemanz is the living area of Gurnemanz in Richard Wagner's Opera Parsifal. Inspired by this, King Ludwig II, 1877, had a building in the Ammerwald imagined as a hermit hut on a forest lighting, the execution of which was based on a stage regulation for the third act of opera. A reconstruction of the partially dilapidated building was completed in 2000 in the parks of Linderhof Castle.
3. Moroccan House
The Moroccan House was purchased on behalf of Ludwig II at the 1878 Paris World's Fair, where it was part of a larger oriental ensemble. On 25 November 1878, the individual parts reached Linderhof Castle, and in December the house was erected near the Hundinghütte, not far from the Austrian border.
4. Linderhof Palace
Linderhof Palace is a Schloss in Germany, in southwest Bavaria near the village of Ettal. It is the smallest of the three palaces built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria and the only one which was actually completed and that he lived in most of the time from 1876.
5. Hunding’s Hut
The Hundinghütte is a romantic log building in the park of Linderhof Castle in Upper Bavaria. The small architecture, which was reconstructed in 1990, originally stood a few kilometres west of the castle in the Ammerwald.
6. Venus Grotto
The Venus grotto was built on the decree of King Ludwig II of Bavaria on 15 December 1875 in the park of Linderhof Castle under the direction of the stage designer August Dirigl and completed in 1877.
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