- This part of the palace, overlooking the South Gardens, is only used for exhibitions. It's a needle-thin slice of masonry separated from the older parts of the palace by airshafts. It bears 20th Century modifications by the architect Otto Rothmayer. The tiny, rather confined exhibition space is perfect for displays of small objects, books, maps, etc. From April to October, this wing is accessible from the garden. At other times, it is accessible via the Third Courtyard, beside the cathedral. Hours vary seasonally, check website for details
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