Karlsruhe Palace was erected in southwest Germany in 1715 by Charles III William, Margave of Baden-Durlach. The city of Karlsruhe developed around it, and today it has grown to be the second-largest city in the state of Baden-Württemberg. Now it celebrates it 300th anniversary with multiple projection and video mapping displays on the facade of Karlsruhe Palace. In cooperation with the ZKM: Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, the KA300 celebrations will last four months and feature an opening show from projection mapping studio Maxin10sity. The studio's creative director Andras Sass and art director Laszlo Czigany used 24 Panasonic projectors to decorate the architectural attraction with the opening segment, "300 Fragments," reflecting upon the history of the building and city. "300 Fragments" will play on select dates until September 3.