Edited By: Thomas Weiss
304 pages, 300 illus
The garden at Dessau-Worlitz is one of the most remarkable and most significant in the whole of Europe. Since the year 2000 it has been a UNESCO World Heritage site - one of very few gardens so distinguished. Created in the eighteenth century by Prince Franz of Anhalt Dessau, following on from his travels in France and Britain, and incorporating also numerous palaces, lakes and parks, the result is a huge and wonderful cultural landscape that is one of the greatest sights of Germany, and this large and authoritative book is the first to explore and illustrate it in all its glory and its complexity.
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