Schweiggert, A - Sisis Wohnwelten

Schweiggert, A - Sisis Wohnwelten
"Tell me how you live and I tell you who you are" Every human being - consciously or unconsciously - shapes the spaces in which he lives. So the living worlds he chooses are not only an expression of his thinking and feeling, but also an image of his soul. This phenomenon is particularly impressive with Empress Elisabeth of Austria. A variety from fairy-tale castles and pompous palaces to stately villas to country houses and simple hunters and mountain huts. Rented luxury hotels that cost a fortune when they had to be rebuilt according to the wishes and needs of the Empress. Small pensions and inns, but also the cramped salons in their court saloon car belonged as much to the living worlds of Sisi. But where did the Empress really feel at home? What did become the nightmare castle, what the unbearable dungeon castle? Where did she go when life threatened to break her? On lonely islands or mountain peaks, in the refuges of sprawling landscapes, where she could indulge her passion for riding, or she longed for bizarre dream and castles like her cousin King Ludwig II? A well-researched, richly illustrated (200 illustrations) book. The living world of Empress Elisabeth of Austria. Hardback, in German, 208 pages, 200 illustrations, size 308 x 251 mm

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