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the Chinese House at Sanssouci.

Sanssouci -The Chinese House, designed by Johann Gottfried Büring between 1755 and a pavilion in the Chinoiserie style: a mixture of rococo elements coupled with Oriental architecture.

Potsdam, Berlin Germany...  Chinese Tea House  One of the most photographed places in Park Sanssouci is the Chinese Tea House. The circular pavilion was constructed between 1755 and 1764, when Chinese art was very popular. Frederick the Great had it built as a decorative piece. Now is used to display a collection of Chinese Porcelain.

One of the most photographed places in Park Sanssouci is the Chinese Tea House. The circular pavilion was constructed between .

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Shugborough Case Study: The Chinese House, – East India Company at Home,

Andrew Zega and Bernd H. Dams, watercolor, Dragon House

Europeans began building Chinoiserie follies in the early-eighteenth century, adding a touch of whimsical exoticism to their gardens.

Rococo Architecture | Some examples. German Rococo

Tea Room=Sun Room here, right? :) The Oriental Teahouse in the gardens of Sansoucci reflect the popular style of the Chinoiserie, a mixture of ornamental rococo elements and parts of Oriental architecture.

A classic beauty, The Cuthbert House Inn, a Beaufort, South Carolina bed and breakfast. Beaufort's only 200 year old Antebellum mansion on the Intracoastal Waterway where the gentleman and ladies of the Old South once came to relax and appreciate the bay breezes, discerning guests enjoy the refreshing combination of natural beauty, elegant architecture and personal attention.

You just can't beat southern charm - Cuthbert House Inn, Beaufort Built ca this wonderful home graces the Beaufort SC waterfront.

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Above: The Peacock Room, the Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, D., 2012 - in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution to enhance the photographic record of their remarkable public resources.

Marie Antoinette's Hamlet.. "Hameau de la Reine", Chateau de Versailles, Yvelines, France

junkiesky: “ marie antoinette’s hamlet (by Nicole Reber) ” if i had an entire yard filled with flowers i wouldn’t hate that

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