There is so much to explore.
Not everything about this important historical structure has to do with politics and high art, much comes down to human stories. Many of these are still known today, and tell us something about life in the past.
Cosmas Damian Asam painted the Palace Church, but his high-handed behavior deeply angered Prince-Bishop Schönborn.
One of Amalie von Baden's ladies-in-waiting described life in Bruchsal Palace in the 19th century as "constant monotony."
Put toilets in the palace chapel or sell Bruchsal Palace? In the 19th century, there were many interesting ideas.
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