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  1. Karl Friedrich Schinkel (13 March 1781 – 9 October 1841) was a Prussian architect, city planner and painter who also designed furniture and stage sets. Schinkel was one of the most prominent architects of Germany and designed both neoclassical and neogothic buildings. [1]

  2. Karl Friedrich Schinkel (13 de marzo de 1781, Neuruppin - 9 de octubre de 1841, Berlín) fue un arquitecto y pintor alemán. Schinkel fue el más destacado arquitecto del neoclasicismo en Alemania, [ 1 ] siendo uno de los artífices de la ciudad de Berlín en su periodo prusiano . [ 2 ]

  3. Karl Friedrich Schinkel (* 13.März 1781 in Neuruppin; † 9. Oktober 1841 in Berlin) war ein preußischer Baubeamter, Baumeister, Architekt, Stadtplaner, Maler, Grafiker, Medailleur und Bühnenbildner, der den Klassizismus und den Historismus entscheidend mitgestaltete.

  4. Karl Friedrich Schinkel est le fils de Johann Christoph Schinkel et Dorothea Schinkel. En 1787, Schinkel perd son père dans un incendie à Neuruppin . En 1798, il quitte le lycée et part à Berlin où il devient l’élève et un ami intime de Friedrich Gilly et de son père David .

  5. Willkommen auf der Homepage des Karl-Friedrich-Schinkel-Gymnasiums Neuruppin! Karl-Friedrich-Schinkel-Gymnasium Tag der offenen Tür am Freitag, 25.11.2022 von 15.30 - 17.30 Uhr> --zum Programm

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Altes_MuseumAltes Museum - Wikipedia

    King Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia was a strong proponent of this humboldtian ideal for education and charged Karl Friedrich Schinkel with planning a public museum for the royal art collection. Schinkel's plans for the Königliches Museum , as it was then known, were also influenced by drafts of the crown prince, later King Friedrich Wilhelm IV , who desired a building that was heavily ...

  7. From 1820 on, he had the mansion and the church rebuilt in neoclassical style, according to plans designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, while the gardens were redesigned by his son-in-law, Prince Hermann von Pückler-Muskau, and Peter-Joseph Lenné. Hardenberg died at Genoa soon after the closing of the Congress of Verona.

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