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Elevation of the Corps de Logis

Elevation of the Corps de Logis

This drawing shows the elevation of the corps de logis (the palace’s principal block) at Schloss Ludwigsburg, as seen from the cour d’honneur (the ceremonial courtyard in front of it), with the flanking wings represented in section.

 

Image from: Nette, Johann F. Veues et parties principales de Louis-Bourg, à Son Altesse Sre. Monsgr. le Duc Regnent de Wurtemberg. Augsburg: Ieremias Wolff excudit, 1712.

 

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