BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE, BEAUTIFUL WOMEN
Alexandre Dumas visited Rastatt in late September of 1838. The writer was interested in history and penned the novels "The Three Musketeers" and "The Count of Monte Cristo" only a few years later. "Despite its ruinous condition, I visited the palace," he wrote of the residence. "Even without its historic significance, it warranted a stop. […] The tapestries, the porcelain as well as the margravine's chinoiseries would evoke delight in our own Rococo salons."