Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam 

The city of Potsdam, once second town of residence of the Prussian Kings, is located southwest of Berlin. The Sanssouci Palace is the most famous among the numerous preserved palaces. It was built in 1747 as summer palace for Frederick the Great. The surrounding Sanssouci palace gardens contain other interesting historic buildings as well, including the Neues Palais.

1 Vineyard hill with terraces
2 Sanssouci Palace
3 Ruinenberg (Hill of Ruins)
4 Bildergalerie (Picture Gallery) -  built in 1764 for the collection of paintings of Frederick the Great
5 Friedenskirche (Church of Peace)  - with adjacent mausoleum for Emperor Frederick III.
6 The steam engine pumping house for the supply of the fountains of the Sanssouci palace gardens was built in the style of a mosque.
7 Neustädter Havelbucht (River bay of the river Havel)
8 Orangery Palace  
9 Bornstedter See (Bornstedt Lake)
10 Historic Windmill 
11 Neue Kammern (New Chambers Palace)
12 Sanssouci palace gardens