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Herrenhausen Palace is a baroque palace located in Hanover, Germany. It was originally built in 1666 and was expanded and renovated over the years, most notably in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. The palace was destroyed during World War II and was later reconstructed. Today, the palace houses a museum and is also used for cultural events and exhibitions. It is famous for its extensive gardens, including the Great Garden, which was once considered one of the most beautiful baroque gardens in Europe. The palace is a popular tourist attraction, attracting visitors with its history, architecture, and beautiful gardens.