Weser Renaissance Bevern Castle


Weser Renaissance Bevern Castle is one of the most important architectural monuments of the Weser Renaissance. It was built between 1603 and 1612 by the architect Statius von Münchhausen as an even four-winged construction around a square inner courtyard with a moat, two bridges and a palace garden.

The special thing about Bevern Palace is that this was the first instance of the return of the notched pattern as a decoration means used in the inner courtyard framework as well as its clear architectural overall concept.

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