A significant monument in the region's history
The Sepulchral Chapel of the Grand Duchy

The Sepulchral Chapel of the Grand Duchy

Corona virus COVID-19

MONUMENTS CLOSED

The monuments of the State Palaces and Gardens of Baden-Württemberg are closed until at least Sunday, December 20, 2020.
All guided tours, special tours, concerts and other events planned for this period are cancelled. Events by external organizers or private individuals cannot take place either. This cancellation regulation is initially valid until at least December 20, 2020 inclusive, and beyond that date in accordance with the general development of the overall situation.

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The Sepulchral Chapel of the Grand Duchy,  photo: Staatliche Schlösser und Gärten Baden-Württemberg, Achim Mende
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The Sepulchral Chapel of the Grand Duchy, internal arches,  photo: Staatliche Schlösser und Gärten Baden-Württemberg, unknown
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The Sepulchral Chapel of the Grand Duchy, tomb of Prince Ludwig Wilhelm,  photo: Staatliche Schlösser und Gärten Baden-Württemberg, unknown
Soak up the history of Baden-Württemberg

In the heart of the Hardtwald forest, at the end of the tree-lined Lärchenallee, lies the atmospheric sepulchral chapel, the only edifice built during the Grand Duchy in Karlsruhe to have survived World War II unscathed.

Motif of the Staatliche Schlösser und Gärten Baden-Württemberg

Corporate videoOUR HERITAGE. YOURS TO ENJOY

If you want to see Baden-Württemberg at its most beautiful, visit the many palaces and gardens run by the state heritage agency, Staatliche Schlösser und Gärten. How about a perfectly-preserved monastery complex, such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Maulbronn? Or there are Heidelberg's world-famous ruins. And there's much, much more.

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