Schönhausen Palace is a baroque palace, which is managed by the Foundation of Prussian Palaces and Gardens of Berlin – Brandenburg. After the formation of the German Democratic Republic on October 7, 1949, Schönhausen’s palace was transferred to the GDR and from 1949 to 1960 served as the official residence of the President of the GDR, Wilhelm Pick. At the end of the 1980s, at a crucial moment for the modern history of Germany, the Berlin round of talks “two plus four” took place in the palace, as the memorial plaque on the building reminds of.nThe main hall, the only fully preserved interior in the rococo style in Berlin, after restoration was decided to be used for various concerts, lectures and festive receptions. On the upper floors, the representative rooms of the times of the GDR are preserved: apartments intended for state guests, and the preserved furnishings of the Wilhelm Pick cabinet.nIn December 2009, after the restoration work was completed, the palace and park were reopened to the public.


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