The king Frederick commissioned the Charlottenburg Palace for his wife Sophie-Charlotte in 1695. The construction continued for over a century, and as a result, instead of a small summer residence there was built one of the most beautiful baroque palaces in Berlin.
In the main building it will be interesting to look at the historic royal apartments. In the halls of the palace the pictures of a German landscape painter Friedrich are on display. Also it will be interesting to see Porcelain Study and the Mirror Hall, and of the utmost interest is the Golden Gallery.
Also you should have a walk in the Palace Park planted around the palace in the 17 century. There are many pavilions and sculptures at the park. On the bank of the Spree the Schinkel Pavilion is located, which was a summer residence of German monarchs.