Visiting Sanssouci

von Meiss, Susanne
November 1999
Architectural Digest;Nov99, Vol. 56 Issue 11, p114
Explores Sanssouci, the summer palace of Frederick the Great, in Potsdam, Germany. Palace's vineyard; Bedroom and study; Architectural elements.


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