Rococo is a style of 18th century French art and interior design.
|Abbey of St Gall|
|Aranjuez||Several of the palace's rooms are in rococo style, including the brilliant Gala Dining Room|
|Bamberg||Old City Hall Building facade|
|Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe||Features added during the 2nd phase of construction (nomination file)|
|Castles of Augustusburg and Falkenlust|
|Cesky Krumlov||Rococo chapel and Rococo theatre inside the Castle|
|Cracow||SS Peter and Paul Church|
|Fertö/Neusiedlersee||Esterhazy Palace in Fertod|
|Gardens and Castle at Kromeríz|
|Genoa||Interiors of the palazzi|
|Karlskrona||Skarva: The main house is a singlestorey structure with an H-plan that combines classical and rococo styles (nom file)|
|L'viv||St George Cathedral|
|Litomysl Castle||reading room in the interior|
|Pilgrimage Church of Wies|
|Regensburg||Interior of both Collegiate churches|
|Reichenau||church of St Peter & Paul at Niederzell "was decorated in rococo style in the 18th century" (AB ev)|
|Salzburg||The St. Peter's abbey was refurbished in the Rococo style between 1760 and 1782|
|Siena||Synagogue - "represents one of the few examples of architecture between Rococo and Neoclassicism"|
|St. Petersburg||Catherine Palace and Oranienbaum|
|Versailles||Several rooms decorated in Louis Quinze style|
|Würzburg Residence||Several rooms|
|Yuso and Suso Monasteries||Tables in Yuso|
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