A nice stroll down a canal, filled with carp, and lined with local houses leads you to the Palace. This is where "Mad" King Ludwig was born.
Even the children had their "toys" overdone, this is a sled/sleigh for the children. (and don't ask me what those two cherubs are doing there, you don't want to know ^O^)
This is one of the royal coaches available for the denizens of the castle to "present" themselves to the people. Tal as you can see by her eyes is surprised at the details.
This is Nympenburg Palace as seen from the entrance promanade. You can see two staircases up to the second floor balcony and entrance, to the right is the entrance to the garden.
This castle is a bit small.. but BEAUTIFUL! especially the garden at the back...
If you ever went there close to the sunset time you'll know what I mean... :)
For the first time,I saw Swan was in Nymphenburg,
It was very nice to walking in the Nymphenburg garden
under the rainning.:P
Another lovely castle in Southern Bavaria, schloss Nymphenburg is situated almost in the Munich centre, surrounded by lovely park in symetrical style.
Schloss Nymphenbourg, near the Botanischer Garten. I recommend visiting around dusk; there's almost no one around and the grounds are very peaceful.
This magnificent palace was majestic and particularly impressive with the lake near fully frozen and the swans in the foreground.
Schloss (palace) Nymphenburg -- just think ladies, this was a gift to a woman!
tour the Schloss and the beautiful gardens