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This marvellous hall, located on the upper floor of the east wing, is characterized by an opulent ornamented stucco-flat ceiling, which was probably created in the years 1670/80 from the Viennese stucco plasterer circle around Rueber, Castelli and Piazoll. A large centred mirror, the opulent wood panelling as well as all elements of the preserved historical architecture, lends this hall a singular air of grandeur.
Remarkable is a unique old master painting of Joseph Rebell, revealing the imperial family in front of Leiben castle in Weitental, Lower Austria, in summer 1830. The picture can be found in the centre of the hall, on the courtyard side, and shows the engagement of crown prince Archduke Ferdinand, who earned as later emperor the name „Ferdinand the kind-hearted“, with his bride Maria-Anna, Princess of Savoy.
The impressive, with paintings richly decorated and wood-panelled imperial hall was used particularly for private events of the imperial family. In August 1887, Charles I of Austria (last emperor of Austria) was born in the castle of Persenbeug and the baptismal festivities took place at the imperial hall.