Neuschwanstein Castle - Dining room

Neuschwanstein Castle - Dining room

Description

Neuschwanstein Castle - dining room.

Photograph by Joseph Albert 1886, postcard published between 1890 and 1900. Detroit Publishing Co. print no. 17483.

Source Desc

Photochrom from Photoglob AG Zürich (PZ, 17483); Views of Germany in the Photochrom print collection. Library of Congres, Reproduction number LC-DIG-ppmsca-00184

Author Description

Joseph Albert (1825–1886)

Licence

Public domain in the United States

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