Rosenau, originally a 16th century castle and 300 years later birthplace of the queen consort, Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, was later reconstructed in the style of an English manor house. In 1806 the surrounding gardens were created by Duke Ernest I and his sister, Victoire.
Victoire was first married to the Count of Leiningen. Her second marriage was to the Duke of Kent who commissioned the famous landscape architect Friedrich Ludwig von Sckell to build Amorbach. Small wonder that the English influence is still evident at the Rosenau Park, Rödental near Coburg.
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