[Translate to English:] Parade
Also on exhibition are the original costumes worn by August the Strong at his coronation in 1697 and at the wedding of the Electoral Prince in 1719, as well as on other festive occasions – a treasure trove of Baroque textile art and European royalty that is unique in the world.
After passing the throne of August the Strong, visitors will in future be able to view the royal insignia and the ceremonial flags and swords of Poland and Lithuania before reaching the “royal statua”, the figurine dressed in a replica of the coronation regalia worn by August the Strong in Kraków in 1697. The enfilade extending from the Corner State Hall to the State Bedroom has been reconstructed over a period of more than ten years, sparing no expense and involving a great deal of expertise and supreme craftsmanship. Using the original objects preserved in the Rüstkammer and Kunstgewerbemuseum, the rooms have now again been fitted out in accordance with their appearance in the 18th century.