Sanssouci (Germany)

Sanssouci (Germany)

Gardens and Palaces in Postdam and Berlin *
UNESCO World Heritage
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Country Germany
Cultural Type
Criteria i, ii, iv
reference 532
Region ** Europe and North America
Registration information
Registration 1990 (14th Session)
Extension 1992, 1999
* World Heritage official list.
** UNESCO official classification.
Gardens and palaces in Postdam and Berlin (German: Schlösser und Gärten von Potsdam und Berlin) are the palace and landscaping gardens in the Havelland region of Potsdam, the capital of Germany, in Berlin. This term began to be used by UNESCO in 1990 as a World Heritage site.
1990
Sanssouci Palace and Park, Potsdam
Neuer Garten (New Garden), Marmorpalais (Marble Palace) and Schloss Cecilienhof, north of Sanssouci, Potsdam
Park Babelsberg and Schloss Babelsberg, Postdam
Schloss Glienicke and Park Klein-Glienicke, Berlin
Nikolskoe log house, Berlin
Pfaueninsel (Peacock Island), Berlin
Böttcherberg (Böttcher Mountain), Berlin
Jagdschloß Glienicke (Glienicke hunting club), Berlin
1992
Heilandskirche (Sacrifice Church), Sacrow (Potsdam)
Sacrow Palace and Park, Potsdam
1999
Lindenallee, Potsdam
Königliche Gärtnerlehranstalt (Old Gardeners School) and Kaiserbahnhof, Potsdam
Lindstedt Palace and Park, Potsdam
Bornstedt village, church, graveyard and landscape north of Sanssouci Park, Potsdam
Seekoppel (landscape area west of Ruinenberg), Potsdam
Voltaireweg (green belt and the road between Park Sanssouci and Neuer Garten), Potsdam
The entrance of Park Sanssouci, Potsdam
Alexandrowka log houses (“Russian colony”), Potsdam
Pfingstberg and Belvedere auf dem Pfingstberg in Potsdam
An area between Pfingstberg and Neuer Garten, Potsdam
South coast of Jungfernsee, Potsdam
Königswald (King’s Forest, Forests surrounding the Palace and Sacrow Park), Potsdam
Babelsberg Park neighborhood, Potsdam
Babelsberg Observatory, Potsdam