Neuschwanstein Castle - Study room

Neuschwanstein Castle - Study room

Description

Study room in Neuschwanstein Castle.Pictures of the Tannhauser story, Study (Arbeitszimmer), Neuschwanstein Castle.

Photograph by Joseph Albert 1886, postcard published between 1890 and 1900. Detroit Publishing Co. print no. 17480.

Source Desc

Photochrom from Photoglob AG Zürich (PZ, 17480); Views of Germany in the Photochrom print collection. Library of Congres, Reproduction number LC-DIG-ppmsca-00181

Author Description

Joseph Albert (1825–1886)

Licence

Public domain in the United States

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