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Life at the court of the prince-bishops of Speyer revolved around the fashion from France. At ceremonies in Bruchsal Palace, there were many rules to follow.
After secularization in 1803, a new, secular ruler sat on the throne in Bruchsal Palace: Karl Friedrich von Baden.
On November 9, 1918, the republic was proclaimed, including in Baden and Württemberg. Many residential palaces became museums.
Bruchsal Palace was destroyed on March 1, 1945 and rebuilt after the war—an extraordinary accomplishment.
As part of the 50th German-French consultation meeting, a joint dinner took place at Bruchsal Palace.
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