On the terrace of the Lichtenegg Castle (German: Schgloss Lichtenegg) decorated with a forged iron balustrade now the underwear is drying. In the window on the second or third floor you can see the blue glow of the TV set. The rainy afternoon slowly greets the returning residents of the castle, which since its construction in the first half of the 17th century, finally became an ordinary block of flats.
Lichtenegg Castle – The ordinary palace, an unusual house.
Lichtenegg Castle – This lady has been standing here for a long time.
Lichtenegg Castle – A mysterious installation on the lawn.
By Piotr JeznakPublished On: 2018/10Last Updated: 2023/04Categories: WelsViews: 1604
Oil painting on canvas: “View from the Hausberg on the Fortress Sonnenstein in Pirna (1754/55)” by Bernardo Bellotto, called Canaletto. Photo taken in January 2023 in the Old Masters Picture Gallery (Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister) of the Dresden Zwinger, published with the kind permission of the press department of the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden.