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  1. Herrenhausen Palace (German: Schloss Herrenhausen) is a former royal summer residence of the House of Hanover in the Herrenhausen district of the German city of Hanover. It is the centerpiece of Herrenhausen Gardens .

  2. The Herrenhausen Gardens (German: Herrenhäuser Gärten, IPA: [ˈhɛʁn̩hɔʏzɐ ˈɡɛʁtn̩]) of Herrenhausen Palace are located in Herrenhausen, an urban district of Hanover, the capital of Lower Saxony, Germany.

  3. Herrenhausen Palace congress centre. Das wiederaufgebaute Schloss Herrenhausen. The opening of the Palace on 18 January 2013 ended decades of debate about whether to rebuild it. The magnificent, but by no means ostentatious new building, creates a bridge between tradition and modernism.

  4. Herrenhausen Palace and Museum. The summer residence of the Royal House of Hanover was destroyed in the Second World War. Now it has...

  5. Throughout the year, the Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen (including Großer Garten, Berggarten and the conservatories) open at 9 a.m., the Georgengarten is accessible at any time of day.

  6. Here, visitors can dive deep into the history of the creation of the gardens as well as enjoy varying exhibitions in context with Herrenhausen Palace and the city of Hanover – a treasure trove of science, art and culture.

  7. The Herrenhausen Palace Museum in Hanover showcases Baroque treasures from the city in an exhibition space covering some 900 square metres. Visitors can come here for a stroll around the stunning gardens, which are home to some wonderful exotic plants.