The political parties in German parliament sit in a half circle, traditionally arranged from left wing to right conservative. It is not always clear which party is left or right of which others so the specific arrangement is decided in parliament by a majority vote.
At the federal level Germany has a new government in a so called traffic light coalition composed of the social democrats SPD, the Green party and the liberal FDP. They used their majority to switch the seating order (apartently for the first time in 70 years) so they can all sit next to each other.
As far as I'm aware there never was a coalition on the federal level which did not sit next to each other in parliament. The general system works the same in each of the individual states. So question, was there ever a coalition on the state level where not all member parties sat next to each other?