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Herrenhausen (German: [ˈhɛʁn̩ˌhaʊzn̩]; Eastphalian: Herrnhusen) is a district of the German city of Hanover, northwest of the city centre, officially the Stadtbezirk of Herrenhausen-Stöcken. In 2014 it had a population of 35,920.
Places of worship include Herrenhäuser Church.
Palace and GardensEdit
The palace was largely destroyed in World War II and not rebuilt until 2013.
The 19th-century "Welfenmausoleum" in the Gardens is the burial place of Ernest Augustus, King of Hanover, and after World War II the remains of King George I of Great Britain along with his parents' were removed from the crypt of Leineschloss and reinterred there.
- House of Welf (Guelph)