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Rediscover Moritzburg Castle

Discover Moritzburg Castle anew - with the Moritzburg Histopad

Moritzburg Castle, named after Duke Moritz, is probably the most beautiful moated castle in Saxony. He had a hunting lodge built near Dresden in 1542. Augustus the Strong rebuilt it from 1723 onwards under the direction of Matthäus Pöppelmann into a magnificent Baroque palace in the middle of an extensive pond and park complex. One of the most important hunting trophy collections in Europe, ornate gold-leather tapestries and the "Feather Room" decorated with over a million coloured bird feathers are just some of the treasures that Moritzburg Palace houses. In the truest sense of the word, things get fairytale-like in winter: Every year, Moritzburg Castle is transformed into the magical setting for the legendary fairytale film "Three Hazelnuts for Cinderella". Fans then walk in the footsteps of the cheeky princess at the original filming location.
From March to October, rediscover the castle with the HistoPad.

A journey back in time to 1728

Join August the Strong on a journey back in time to 1728. Take part in the evening game in the billiards room, celebrate a lavish banquet - experience the fairytale castle of Moritzburg in August's day. The interactive tablet guide HistoPad makes all this possible thanks to augmented reality and 3D staging.
In digitally reconstructed scenes and many other interactive experiences, the history of Moritzburg Castle comes alive in the HistoPad. The HistoPad tour is rounded off by interesting information about the furnishings of the rooms and important collection items, for example the famous Feather Room or the gold-leather wallpaper. Entertaining films offer a view of the surrounding Moritzburg cultural landscape. And there is also the architectural history of the baroque castle to discover.
Further information: www.schloss-moritzburg.de

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