Ferdinand I. built the royal summer palace for his wife Anna Jagiellonian. She grew up to the north of the alps during the stylistic purest renesence strike. At this time, the wonderful roof design, which resembles a keel, was popular.
The ball room was built during the charming Renaissance strike in 1567. The northern façade is decorated with pilasty, and richly decorated with allegorical figures graffiti elements, virtue and liberal arts.
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