Guest bedroom with four-poster bed in Herrenchiemsee palace, a residence built for Ludwig II of Bavaria, who admired France's Louis XIV and saw himself as another "Sun King". Construction of Herrenchiemsee began after Ludwig's visit to Versailles in
The balroom of the Catherine Palace, Tsarskoe Selo, Russia. Designed by Italian Architect Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli - Court Architect to Empress Elizabeth and master of the Russian Rococo/Late Baroque style.
Tapestry Room of the state apartments and private rooms of the Pavlovsk Palace. Other decorative objects in the Tapestry Room include sculptures, porcelain vases, works in carved ivory and amber, and several rare clocks.