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LED Candle Arch Moritzburg, electrically illuminated by Weigla - Günter Gläser from Deutschneudorf in the Ore Mountains
The LED Candle Arch Moritzburg - A touch of baroque castle magic in your home
Discover the magnificent display of the baroque castle Moritzburg with the LED Candle Arch Moritzburg, carefully crafted by Weigla - Günter Gläser from the picturesque Deutschneudorf in the Erzgebirge. The color-contrasting roofs and trees create an enchanting 3D effect, that enlivens any home.Made of durable plywood, the Schwibbogen features indirect lighting and a double-sided motif, that embellishes the front-and back glare alike.
Moritzburg Castle - A fascinating Saxon history
Moritzburg Castle, originally built in 1546 by Duke Moritz of Saxony as a hunting lodge, was one of the most impressive examples of early Baroque in Saxony. It received its present magnificent appearance after a period of remodeling from 1723 to 1733 under Elector Frederick August I, also known as "August the Strong", Elector of Saxony and King of Poland. The grandiose transformation according to plans of the Oberlandbaumeister Pöppelmann led to a representative hunting-and pleasure palace, whose splendor can still be admired in its museum rooms with magnificent furniture and paintings.
The LED Candle Arch Moritzburg - Your connection to a cultural heritage
Lovers of fairy tale film history also know the castle Moritzburg from the film "Three Hazelnuts for Cinderella" from 1973. This LED Schwibbogen allows you, to bring a piece of this rich Saxon history into your own home.
Important information about your LED Candle Arch Moritzburg
Please note, that this candle arch is not suitable for a 110 V connection. Use the LED Candle Arch Moritzburg as a unique eye-catcher and atmospheric lighting element in your home.
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