Charlottenburg Palace

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“In 1695 the Prince ordered a country house to be built for his wife, Sophie Charlotte. Building continued for many years because the King and Queen thought the house too small, but Charlotte, later Queen of Prussia, found enough room to give many balls and parties there. By the time it was finished in 1788, the beautiful palace was 1655 feet long! The historic Apartments are now open to the public. The palace was damaged during the bombings of World War II but was later restored.”
Pamphlet, Mario is Missing!

Charlottenburg Palace (German: Schloss Charlottenburg) is a palace in Berlin.


Mario is Missing![edit]

Charlottenburg Palace first appears in the PC versions of Mario is Missing!. In it, a Koopa Troopa has stolen Sophie Charlotte's Crown from the palace, forcing its information booth to shut down until Luigi tracks down the crown and returns it. However, to prove the crown is real, he must first answer two of the following questions:

  • Who gave the Palace its name:
    • Sophie Charlotte
    • Frederick the Great
    • Prince Charles
  • Who built Charlottenburg Palace?
    • Sophie Charlotte's husband
    • The Queen of Prussia
    • Frederick the Great's grandson

Mario Kart series[edit]

Charlottenburg Palace can also be seen in Berlin Byways from the Mario Kart series, first appearing in Mario Kart Tour. In that game, it is present on all three Berlin Byways routes, but is only driven past in Berlin Byways 3.

Berlin Byways later appears in wave 3 of the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – Booster Course Pass. In this version of the course, racers drive past Charlottenburg Palace during the second lap.