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La Plaza de la Villa de París es una plaza situada en el distrito centro de la ciudad de Madrid, España, entre las calles del General Castaños, García Gutiérrez y Marqués de la Ensenada. A esta plaza da la fachada principal del Tribunal Supremo, y también un lateral de la Audiencia Nacional, que justifican el nombre del barrio (barrio de Justicia). Desde hace algunas décadas, se encuentra un aparcamiento público subterráneo bajo la plaza.

La Plaza de la Villa de París es una plaza situada en el distrito centro de la ciudad de Madrid, España, entre las calles del General Castaños, García Gutiérrez y Marqués de la Ensenada. A esta plaza da la fachada principal del Tribunal Supremo, y también un lateral de la Audiencia Nacional, que justifican el nombre del barrio (barrio de Justicia). Desde hace algunas décadas, se encuentra un aparcamiento público subterráneo bajo la plaza.

A rare and unique set of 48 Autochrome color photograph plates, taken by Alexander Zehest in 1917 of the interiors of the Alexander Palace, including both the Parade rooms and the personal rooms of the Imperial Family, have been returned to the Alexander Palace Museum.  The Autochrome process was a rare and difficult one, invented by the Lumiere Brothers of France in 1903 and marketed in Europe and the US starting in 1907.

A rare and unique set of 48 Autochrome color photograph plates, taken by Alexander Zehest in 1917 of the interiors of the Alexander Palace.

GERMANY New Ducal palace at Darmstadt where Princess Alice died print 1878

Antique maps & plans, old prints & engravings

Die Ludwigssäule in Darmstadt, vor 1930 Beschreibung In der Mitte des Darmstädter Luisenplatzes steht die Ludwigssäulemit der Statue Ludwigs...

Die Ludwigssäule in Darmstadt, vor 1930

DARMSTADT**DAS NEUE PALAIS**1884** in Antiquitäten & Kunst, Grafik, Drucke, Ansichten & Landkarten | eBay

DARMSTADT**DAS NEUE PALAIS**1884** in Antiquitäten & Kunst, Grafik, Drucke, Ansichten & Landkarten | eBay

Darmstadt 1913

Darmstadt 1913

The Lower Dacha at Peterhof: Built by Alexander III for Nicholas II between 1883 and 1885. It was the birthplace of Grand Duchesses Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia, and Tsarevich Alexei. Nicholas and his daughters paid their last visit on 18 August 1915. The Lower Dacha was turned into a museum after the revolution. The building suffered a sad and cruel fate. It was forever lost to history when the building was heavily damaged in the Second World War and the remains blown up in 1961.

Russian Imperial Palaces → The Lower Dacha at Peterhof “ This house by the sea was the Lower Dacha or Lower Palace was designed by Anton Tomischko in a Neo-Renaissance style.

Einweihung des Hallenschwimmbads in Darmstadt, 1. Juli 1909

Einweihung des Hallenschwimmbads in Darmstadt, Juli 1909

Palacetes de Madrid: PALACETE DE DON EDUARDO ADCOCH- Paseo de la Castellana, 37. José López Salaberry, 1905 -1906. Ampliado con un nuevo edificio en 2005. Actual sede de la Fundación Rafael del Pino

Palacetes de Madrid: PALACETE DE DON EDUARDO ADCOCH- Paseo de la Castellana, 37. José López Salaberry, 1905 -1906. Ampliado con un nuevo edificio en 2005. Actual sede de la Fundación Rafael del Pino

HOME OF SERGEI AND ELLA Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace   .... St. Petersburg

HOME OF SERGEI AND ELLA Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace .... St. Petersburg

Here is what remains of the city of Darmstadt, Germany, a city of 110,000 people, which was almost completely wiped out by a daylight satura...

Here is what remains of the city of Darmstadt, Germany, a city of people, which was almost completely wiped out by a daylight satura.

Here is what remains of the city of Darmstadt, Germany, a city of 110,000 people, which was almost completely wiped out by a daylight saturation air raid on September 12, 1944.

Browse WWII: 70 Years Since RAF Bombing Raid On German City Of Darmstadt latest photos. View images and find out more about WWII: 70 Years Since RAF Bombing Raid On German City Of Darmstadt at Getty Images.

Possenhofen Castle is located in the town of Possenhofen on the western shore of Lake Starnberg in Bavaria, Germany. The castle was built in 1536 by Jakob Rosenbusch, was destroyed during the Thirty Years' War, then rebuilt. It passed through various owners before being bought in 1834 by Maximilian, Duke in Bavaria, father of the future Empress Elisabeth (wife of Emperor Francis Joseph I); thus, the castle is best remembered today as her childhood home and favourite vacation retreat

Possenhofen Castle (German: Schloss Possenhofen), Sisi's childhood home.

Darmstadt früher | Zerstörte Stadtkirche | Die zerstörte Sta… | Flickr

Darmstadt früher | Zerstörte Stadtkirche | Die zerstörte Sta… | Flickr

Oranienbaum, The Chinese Palace, built for Catherine the Great, is famous for its mid-XIX century landscape parks.

Oranienbaum, The Chinese Palace, built for Catherine II The Great, is famous for its mid-XIX century landscape parks.