Leine Palace – Lower Saxony State parliament

Leineschloss Hannover c) HMTG Hans  Zaglitsch
Leine-Schloss, Hannover

Construction of the original Leine Palace began in 1637. From 1714, King George I had its interior reconstructed, with magnificent decorations. After a fire, the north-west wing had to be rebuilt. Further constructional changes were made by Georg Laves between 1815 and 1835. Among other details, he added the classicistic portico, resembling the example at Carlton House palace in London. Today, the Leineschloss houses the Landtag – the state parliament of Lower Saxony, which is currently being renovated.

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Leineschloss
Hinrich-Wilhelm-Kopf-Platz 1
30159 Hannover
Tel.: + 49 (0) 511 303 0
Fax: + 49 (0) 511 3030 – 2806
www.landtag-niedersachsen.de