The palaces and gardens of the Prussian kings in Berlin, Potsdam and the state of Brandenburg are considered to be of exceptional cultural and historical significance worldwide. The buildings, with their interior decorations, collections, gardens and parks not only reflect the development of artistic styles and epochs, but also document the changing history of Prussia, Germany and Europe at the same time.
The Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg (SPSG) is currently responsible for more than 30 publicly accessible museum palaces which are embedded in historical park complexes. Among these are the world renowned Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam and Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin. Overall, the SPSG manages more than 300 buildings and structures, as well as over 700 hectares of gardens.
In 1990, the unique ensemble of palaces and gardens in Potsdam, including Glienicke Palace and Peacock Island (Pfaueninsel) in Berlin, were admitted to the UNESCO World Heritage List.
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