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Nymphenburg Palace Grounds {Munich, Germany}






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This summer we had the chance to spend a few hours roaming around the grounds of the Nymphenburg Palace in Munich, Germany. We had every intention of touring the inside of the palace too, but time escaped us as we became lost in the beauty on the outside. We are planning a trip back to Munich in the near future to get to see the inside of the palace as well. Below is an arieal view of the grounds – easy to see why we never got around to going on the inside!

Picture: Nymphenburg palace complex, aerial photograph

Photo © Bayerische Schlösserverwaltung and can be found here:
http://www.schloss-nymphenburg.de/deutsch/schloss/index.htm

Nymphenburg Palace was built as a summer residence for Bavarian Elector Ferdinand Maria and his wife, Henriette Adelaide of Savoy, in anticipation of the birth of their long awaited heir – Max Emanuel. There are several beautiful areas on the grounds, including the gardens, 4 mini-palaces {Amalienburg, Badenburg,  Pagodenburg, Magdalenenklause}, and a museum of royal carriages! We hope you’ll enjoy your tour and hope to see you again tomorrow to see where day 7 will take you!

 

In the gardens there were a lot of statues. The boys were having a hay day playing “tag” around them while big sis, hubby, and I were reading all about them. It is a very beautiful, well appointed pathway right off of the palace itself.

Nymphenburg Palace Gardens

My absolute favorite palace on the Nymphenburg grounds was the Pagodenburg. I loved the Chinese influence of the drawing room {blue and white photos below} and the luxury and rich colors of the sleeping room. I would certainly stay here for a night  as a royal guest!

Nymphenburg Palace Munich

The trails in between each palace and section of the garden were magical! We all enjoyed exploring them and the children in particular spent lots of time playing in the woods!

 Here is my second favorite palace on the grounds, the Magdaleneklause Palace! It was decorated so beautifully with all sorts of sea shells, I had never seen anything like it before! Pure majesty!

Here are a few photos of the family {minus me because I am taking them} with the Palace in the back. We look forward to going INSIDE next time!

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About Carlie Kercheval

Carlie Kercheval is a happily married stay-at-home homeschooling mom. She and her college sweetheart have been blessed with 3 precious children to raise while traveling the world as a military family. Carlie is the founder of Today's Frugal Mom™, So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler?™ and Managing Your Blessings. Carlie and her husband co-author the Learning to Speak Life™ family Bible studies and together they co-host the Learning to Speak Life™ Radio Show. When she is not busy enjoying her family and the great outdoors, you can typically find her cozied up somewhere under a blanket with a good book. You can connect with her on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.