Dr. Josh Dyer & Dr. Lisa Seidlitz
History of Physics and Engineering in Europe, 2015 Spring LC in the Alps
Description or Artist's Statement
Neuschwanstein castle is only one of the thousands of castles in Germany, but one of the most known and most visited. Made from brick and limestone, Neuschwanstein was constructed by King Ludwig II of Bavaria in 1869 and occupied by him until his death. Located in the Bavarian Alps of Southern Germany, the castle sits above the village of Hohenschwangau and offers views of the Alps. Neuschwanstein castle, also known as the fairy-tale castle, was the inspiration for Walt Disney to create the Magic Kingdom.
Augustana Digital Commons Citation
Benson, Mariah, "Neuschwanstein Castle" (2016). Study Abroad Photo Contest.
Germany, castle, Neuschwanstein, Bavaria, Alps, Architechure