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Ludwig II king of Bavaria.jpg

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Ludwig II (2012) - In 19th-century Bavaria, idealistic 18-year-old Crown Prince Ludwig is crowned king, a role for which he's completely unprepared.

Ludwig II (2012) - In 19th-century Bavaria, idealistic 18-year-old Crown Prince Ludwig is crowned king, a role for which he's completely unprepared.

"Mad" King Ludwig in Bavaria, sure he was arguably crazy (I say eccentric) but man did he ever create some of the greatest architecture in history.

"Mad" King Ludwig in Bavaria, sure he was arguably crazy (I say eccentric) but man did he ever create some of the greatest architecture in history.

If he were my ancestor I'm sure I could get into all of his castles for free.

If he were my ancestor I'm sure I could get into all of his castles for free.

MASSIMILIANO II DI BAVIERA, 1811+1864,RE DAL 1848 AL 1864.SUCCEDETTE AL PADRE LUIGI I DEPOSTO DURANTE I MOTI DEL 48.

MASSIMILIANO II DI BAVIERA, 1811+1864,RE DAL 1848 AL 1864.SUCCEDETTE AL PADRE LUIGI I DEPOSTO DURANTE I MOTI DEL 48.

Ludwig II., Fotografie von Joseph Albert 1865

Ludwig II., Fotografie von Joseph Albert 1865

King Ludwig II of Bavaria

King Ludwig II of Bavaria

Ludwig II of Bavaria, House of Wittelsbach, the Empress Elizabeth's brother who built Neuschwanstien.

Ludwig II of Bavaria, House of Wittelsbach, the Empress Elizabeth's brother who built Neuschwanstien.

King Ludwig II of Bavaria (Ludwig Otto Friedrich Wilhelm; sometimes rendered as Louis II in English) (25 August 1845  – 13 June 1886) was King of Bavaria from 1864 until shortly before his death. He is sometimes called the Swan King (English) and der Märchenkönig, the Fairy tale King (German). Additional titles were Count Palatine of the Rhine, Duke of Bavaria, Franconia and in Swabia.

King Ludwig II of Bavaria (Ludwig Otto Friedrich Wilhelm; sometimes rendered as Louis II in English) (25 August 1845 – 13 June 1886) was King of Bavaria from 1864 until shortly before his death. He is sometimes called the Swan King (English) and der Märchenkönig, the Fairy tale King (German). Additional titles were Count Palatine of the Rhine, Duke of Bavaria, Franconia and in Swabia.