Designed and built in 1751-52 by architect Christian Feldmann, a banqueting hall with high, painted ceilings and marble ... More
Palais am Festungsgraben
Designed and built in 1751-52 by architect Christian Feldmann, a banqueting hall with high, painted ceilings and marble columns was added to the baroque palace as an afterthought in 1863. The Society for German-Soviet Friendship resided here during the socialist GDR era. Nowadays, the Palais am Festungsgraben is an important cultural centre. The Theater im Palais on the second floor has daily performances and the banqueting room (Marmorsaal) may be rented for balls, parties, concerts or conferences. The Möwe restaurant organises cultural and culinary evenings every Monday. The palace also houses a pleasant tea room.
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