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The villa is an incredible build, the art and attention to detail is very special. From the massive canvas paintings to the stone and woodwork. The story of the Krupp dynasty of some 400 years and also the inventions and the hardship the family and...More
One of the biggest attractions of Essen (Bredeney) - Villa Hügel - the former residence of the Krupp family (construction was completed in 1873). It is a huge, 28 acres the beautifully maintained park, located close to the banks of river Ruhr and Baldeneysee, with...More
An interesting house relating to all things relevant to the Krupp family.
The rooms were quite austere with very little furniture, mainly pictures and written information. However, it was worth the visit.
We didn't have time to walk around the grounds extensively, so we can't...More
This is a vast house and of some architectural interest but I the sparsely furnished rooms were rather austere and somehow didn't tell much of story. There was an art exhibition on the top floor which just wasn't that accessible. Impressive? yes, but did I...More
Go to house with beautiful wood work. No furniture just empty rooms. Lots of info about the crops family but it was all in German. There was a Josef Albers art show which was interesting. It had ample English translations so it was much more...More
The Villa is a lovely country house or what we would call a mansion in England. The house belonged to the Krupp family, famous for iron and steel production amongst other things. The Villa is set in very impressive grounds and sits above a lake,...More