Bayerische Verwaltung der
staatlichen Schlösser, Gärten und Seen
Schloss Nymphenburg, Eingang 16, 80638 München
Postal address: Postfach 20 20 63, 80020 München
Telephone +49 89 17908-0, Telefax +49 89 17908-154
Authorized representative: Bernd Schreiber (President)
Data protection officer: Cajetan Eder
Sales tax identification number in accordance with § 27a of the sales tax law: DE129523435
Customs number/EORI number: DE4781333
Ines Holzmüller and Dr. des. Cordula Mauß
Department ZL10 (press, public relations and media)
Telephone +49 89 17908-160 and -180
Design, layout and technical support
Bavarian Palace Department,
department for public relations
Contact persons: Eva Laschinger, Thomas Aniol
Internet pages identified by name reflect the opinions and knowledge of the author.
The texts, pictures, graphics and design of these Internet pages are subject to copyright. They may only be used for private and other own purposes within the framework of § 53 of the Copyright Act (UrhG). Permission is required for copying or using these pages or sections thereof in other electronic or printed publications and for publishing them, and may be obtained from the persons responsible for the content. Texts, pictures and other data files may also be entirely or partially the copyright of third parties. Further information about the existence of possible rights of third parties can also be obtained from the persons responsible for the content.
The reproduction and evaluation of press releases and speeches is generally permitted provided the source is quoted.
The Bavarian Palace Department has compiled and verified all the information provided on this Internet site to the best of its knowledge and belief. No liability can however be accepted for the topicality, accuracy, completeness and availability of the information provided. A contractual relationship is not established with the users of the website.
The Bavarian Palace Department is not responsible for any damage incurred through use of this Internet site. This disclaimer does not apply in cases involving the regulations of § 839 BGB (liability incurred through breach of official duties). The Bavarian Palace Department is not liable for any damage caused by malicious software when calling up or downloading data or when installing or using software.
These own contents must be distinguished from links to the websites of other providers. With these links, the Bavarian Palace Department is merely providing access for the purpose of using other contents in accordance with § 8 of the Telemedia Act. When these links to other Internet sites were set up, the content was examined with respect to any liability it might incur under civil or criminal law. The Bavarian Palace Department cannot however monitor this content constantly for changes and cannot therefore accept any responsibility for it. The provider of the linked site is solely responsible for illegal, erroneous or incomplete contents and in particular for any damage incurred through the utilization or non-utilization of the information of third parties.
The web server of the Bavarian Palace Department is operated by the IT-Dienstleistungszentrum at the Bayerisches Landesamt für Digitalisierung, Breitband und Vermessung.
Bayerisches Landesamt für Digitalisierung, Breitband und Vermessung
St.-Martin-Straße 47, 81541 München
Postal address: 81532 München
When you call up this or other Internet sites, you communicate data to the web server via your Internet browser. The following data are recorded during an active connection for communication between your Internet browser and the web server of the Bavarian Palace Department:
For reasons of technical security, in particular for countering attempted hacking on the web server, these data are stored by us. After seven days at the latest, the data are rendered anonymous by abbreviation of the IP address at domain level, so that it is no longer possible to link them with individual users. The data are processed solely for this purpose and in anonymous form for statistical purposes; no comparison is made with other existing data and neither the information nor extracts from it are passed to third parties.
Programmes for evaluating user behaviour are only used by us in anonymous form. For this purpose your IP address is first rendered anonymous and only then evaluated by us or sent for evaluation to third parties.
Personal or business data (e.g. name, addresses, e-mail addresses) can be entered on the Bavarian Palace Department’s site. Any personal information that we receive is used only for sending requested publications or information and is not passed on to third parties. The use of the services is entirely voluntary. The data are deleted at the latest one year after the order.
The e-mail addresses for the mailing of the newsletter are stored and used only for sending the newsletter. The newsletter can be cancelled at any time and your e-mail address will then be immediately deleted.
Information which you send unencrypted by electronic post (e-mail) to the Bavarian Palace Department may be read en route by third parties. The Bavarian Palace Department cannot usually check your identity and does not know whose e-mail address it is. Legally secure communication by simple e-mail is thus not guaranteed. Like many e-mail servers, the Bavarian Palace Department uses filters to block unwanted advertising (“spam filters”) which in isolated cases also wrongly identify normal e-mails as unwanted advertising and delete them. We always automatically delete e-mails with malicious programmes (“viruses”).
If you want to send us an e-mail with confidential content, we recommend that you encrypt it and sign it to prevent it from being seen by unauthorized persons and falsified en route, or that you use the conventional postal services.
PGP-encrypted e-mails can be sent to the following e-mail address of the Bavarian Palace Department: firstname.lastname@example.org. The requisite PGP public key can be called up from the central PGP key server of the Bavarian authority net at pgp-keyserver.bayern.de. Information about the encrypting software “GpG4Win”, which was developed by the Federal Office for Information Security and is available as a free download, can be obtained from the website www.gpg4win.de. The brochure on this site describes in greater detail how to set up PGP in order to communicate with the Bavarian Palace Department.
Please also inform us whether and by what means the Bavarian Palace Department can reply to you with an encrypted e-mail and whether – should this not be possible – you would accept an unencrypted e-mail. If you are unable to receive encrypted e-mails, please give us your postal address for a reply to your confidential communication.
If you have any questions about data security in connection with this Internet site, please contact our data protection officer.
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