Category:Schlüter, Andreas

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Andreas Schlüter was a German architect and sculptor of the Baroque time with main working area in Danzig and Warsaw (during the reign of King Johann III Sobieski of Poland, there among others the Wilanow-Palace and the Krasinski-Palace in Warsaw), Berlin (under the King Frederick III, there among others figures groups at the "Zeughaus"), Vienna, and Russia (there on invitation of the Czar Peter the Great). He is also seen as the creator of the famous "Amber Room". (13 July 1659 - 23 June 1714)

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