From the staircase, a double-leafed door led to the magnificent Knights' Hall. Of the four doors arranged on the narrow side of the room, two led into the neighboring apartment. The two others are false doors placed there only to create symmetry, a feature typical for the Baroque period! Five window axes provided views into the palace garden, which no longer exists. The Knights' Hall was almost destroyed in World War II and was reconstructed after 1947. Its monumentality still impresses today.