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Frederickian Rokoko

After 1740, under Frederick the Great, the so called "Frederickian Rococo" emerged. It was strongly influenced by French Rococo and based on its model.
The most important architect in this period was Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff, who was in charge of drafting the plans for the palaces of Sanssouci and Rheinsberg, the German State Opera, the St. Hedwigs-Cathedral and the Humboldt University in Berlin. In 1763 Karl von Gontard, who designed the twin copulas of the German and the French cathedral, and his students Georg Friedrich Boumann and Georg Unger, became Knobelsdorff's successors.

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