Life in a Palace

Palaces are certainly highlights of many cities throughout the world. They can be wonderful examples of wealth and opulence, but are also reminders of how powerful rulers and other leaders can become. While we would like to shame them for their excesses, it is hard not to walk through these gorgeous “homes” and wonder what it must be like to be able to surround oneself with such incredible artwork and beautiful furnishings. We don’t think that we could ever go to the extremes that the kings and princes achieved, but we have bought artwork from many of the places that we have visited and those paintings adorn the walls of our humble home here in Colorado. We find the memories of our travels to be worth more than any amount of personal possessions. For now, we will just have to visit palaces of the past and imagine what life must have been like for those who wandered through the hallways, bedrooms, and ballrooms. This week’s Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge are words that start with the letter P and have at least five letters, so we have chosen a few photos of palaces from our travels.


Prague Castle Complex, Czech Republic


Schloss Wilhelmshohe


Fountain in the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain


Palace of the Doors in Cochabamba, Bolivia


Christmas Tree in the Main Courtyard of Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna, Austria


Palace at Versailles


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6 Responses to Life in a Palace

  1. mark says:

    Awesome post

    Liked by 1 person

  2. I’ve seen two! (Prague and Alhambra 🙂 )

    Liked by 1 person

  3. jaynezak says:

    thanks for posting. I like this idea. iv’e seen four.

    Liked by 1 person

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