Empress Maria Theresa and Frederick the Great were contemporaries and rivals on the battlefield. What unites them are their castles: the Empress renovated and expanded Schönbrunn Palace, while The King of Prussia had Sanssouci Palace built in Potsdam. Today, both castles are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. And yet Austria and Germany have differing legislation when it comes to photographing the buildings.
Our partner lawyer Dr. Georg Huber, LL.M. identifies restrictions on the use of pictures featuring buildings in an article for the art magazine Kaleidoscope.back