Charlottenburg Palace is the largest and most important palace complex of the former Brandenburg prince electors, Prussian kings and German emperors in Berlin. It was one of the favorite places of seven generations Hohenzollern ruler, the individual rooms and garden areas repeatedly changed and beautifully decorated. Today, the changing tastes of its numerous inhabitants and the changing demands on ceremonial and private use from the Baroque to the early 20s can be seen here. Understand century. After severe destruction during the Second World War largely restored and equipped, the former summer residence is one of the most important sights of the German capital. The castle offers faithfully furnished rooms and halls, impressive suites and high-quality art collections with outstanding masterpieces. The porcelain cabinet, the castle chapel and the bedroom of Frederick I are among the highlights of the magnificent baroque Paradise apartments in the turmbekrönten, around 1700 arisen Old Castle. This central building was built on behalf of the witty and art-loving Queen Sophie Charlotte and her husband Friedrichs I.