Inconspicuous and yet magnificent
In the strictly Protestant Duchy of Württemberg, the Catholic Duke Carl Eugen was not permitted to design extravagant church exteriors. From the outside, the once Catholic palace chapel therefore hardly recognizable as a church, yet it is truly magnificent on the inside. The Protestant church, north of Solitude Palace, was clearly designed to look like a church. It was moved to the Stuttgart city center in the 19th century.