This is a panorama of 2000 jigsaw pieces with a picture of Neuschwanstein Castle.
Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria is a castle in Hohenschwangau in Füssen in the Allgaeu, built in the second half of the 19th century by (the later declared insane) King Ludwig of Ludwig II of Bavaria. It is the most famous building of Ludwig II with about 1.3 million visitors each year one of the most popular tourist attractions in Germany. The castle is named after Schwan, a swan so. Swans were the favorite animals of the king; his cousin Elisabeth, he got a big gift porcelain swan which is in the castle. Ironically, the castle was enough that one was built for single occupant, seven weeks after the death of Louis II opened to tourists, and since then it has a European attraction. Tourists can walk upwards or (as the king) is transported by carriage to show up. Neuschwanstein is located on the Romantic Road.