Models from antiquity
The Marble Hall, like the White Hall, is different from the other rooms in Solitude Palace. Both are furnished in the Classic style that developed in the 18th century in France and replaced Rococo. Simple shapes and the adaptation of models from classical Greek antiquity and the early Italian Renaissance are typical for this style. In the Marble Hall, visitors can identify the Classic style in the wall reliefs reminiscent of antiquity and the columns that seem to belong to a Greek temple.