Rococo interior of Esterháza Palace in Fertod, Hungary. Often referred to as the Versailles of Hungary. Eszterháza Royal Palace, Fertod, Hungary. This baroque-rococo "Hungarian Versailles" was built between 1720 and 1766 for Miklos Esterhazy Fenyes, head of one of Hungary's wealthiest, aristocratic families. The Austrian composer Joseph Hayden lived here as a guest for nearly half of his active period, 1766 to 1790.
What Heaven must be like...when we see what Jesus created for us here on earth.....an earth that is decaying and sin-filled and groans as it patiently waits for its Creator to return.