Step inside Neuschwanstein Castle - you won't believe the opulence of Ludwig II's fairytale castle
Step inside Neuschwainstein Castle's Throne Room with this amazing 3D Panorama. Note: If this or the other 3D photos on this page are not showing up for you, find the 'shield' icon next to the webpage title, and click 'allow'. Photo: Torsten Hemke
HALL OF MAJESTY: This is a colorized black and white photo of Neuschwanstein's Throne Room from 1886, by Joseph Albert. The room looks the same today.
The Throne Room chandelier: Pic: Mathias Apitz
St George and the dragon in Neuschwanstein's Throne Room. Pic: albany_tim
Inside Neuschwainstein's Hall of Singers. Pic: Mathias Apitz
Another view of the castle's Hall of Singers (Sängersaal). Pic: Mathias Apitz
The Hall of Singers is one of Neuschwanstein's most majestic rooms. Pic: Bayerische Schlösserverwaltung
Step inside Neuschwainstein Castle's majestic bedroom with this amazing 3D Panorama. Photo: Torsten Hemke
The photo of the bedroom at Neuschwanstein Castle. Pic: albany_tim @ Inside Neuschwanstein Castle photos
The Grotto at Neuschwainstein Castle, brought to life in a 3D Panorama. Photo: Torsten Hemke
Inside Neuschwanstein Castle's elegant dining room. Pic: Bayerische Schlösserverwaltung @ Inside Neuschwanstein Castle photos
A historic photo of the king's dining room. The room came equipped with an electric bell system so Ludwig could summon servants from anywhere in the castle. @ Inside Neuschwanstein Castle photos
In this photo inside Neuschwanstein Castle, you can see the 'first-generation' telephone in the corner. Pic: Mathias Apitz
The cavernous kitchen at Neuschwanstein Castle. Pic: albany_tim
Another view of the castle's kitchen. Pic: Enrique Domingo
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