Richmond Castle is a castle built from 1768 to 1769 in Braunschweig for Princess (later Duchess) Augusta, wife of Karl Wilhelm Ferdinand. It lies near the Oker river in the south of the city.
The castle was named after the princess's English home in Richmond Park, a royal park now in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
The park was created along with the castle in 1768, in the style of a classic English landscape garden. Together with the Worlitzer Park, it is one of the earliest landscape gardens in northern Germany.
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