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In only 15 minutes from the Sonnenhof you will have reached T├╝rkheim Palace which is directly in the city centre of T├╝rkheim. The town hall and the museum of local history have been located in the great palacee since 1983.
Historical insights into T├╝rkheim
The history of the palace in T├╝rkheim
In 1371 after Schwabegg Castle west of Schwabm├╝nchen was destroyed, T├╝rkheim took over the role of the main seat of the commanders of T├╝rkheim. Wolf Dietrich von Kn├Âringen, pawnee of the dominion had the Great Palace of T├╝rkheim built in the period from 1532 to 1535.
The ruinous palace was converted in the period from 1682 to 1686 for Duke Maximilian Philipp and his wife Mauritia Febronia, n├ęe Countess of Bouillon and an attractive baroque palace garden was added.
T├╝rkheim Palace was given its current appearance in 1754 ÔÇô 1757.
On the east side in the gable end there is a fresco of the Alliance Arms of Bavaria/Bouillon.
Small Palace in T├╝rkheim in the Allg├Ąu
The Small Palace of T├╝rkheim was built in 1695 on order of the Duchess Maritia Febronia. From 1988 to 1998 the small palace was renovated and now harbours the palace caf├ę. Annual art exhibitions of the T├╝rkheim promotional society are held in the historical rooms.
Directly on the other side of the street there is the Loreto Chapel. The small palace and the Loreto Chapel are connected to one another by a pathway which leads across the main street. In 1829 this path was converted to a triumphal arch on the occasion of the visit by King Ludwig I.