Take a tour of Rheinsberg Castle in Rheinsberg, Germany – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats.
Rheinsberg Castle in the north of Germany looks like a combination of a medieval stronghold and a classic chateau.
Its pale walls, turrets, and red-tiled roofs make it unique among Germany's castles.
This singular appearance is largely due to the work of Friedrich Wilhelm, the Crown Prince.
After his marriage, he had Rheinsburg Castle restored and changed into its current style in the 18th century.
The castle, once a simple chateau, is now more of a Rococo style palace.
Today, the castle houses a museum and is a frequent site of classical concerts.