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This was included on a 2 hour walking tour of the city of Munich. Whilst there is some construction going on to make it more pleasing to the eye, memories of its past remain with you. A large music festival was being held there during...More
The parade ground in front of this Munich landmark have been landscaped to remove some of the site's association with Munich's Nazi past. It is chilling to see some of the structures that are immediately recognizable from memories of films from that era.
This area of Munich with some great classical architecture. Currently most the area around Konigsplatz if under construction and the Glyptothek is closed. However, this place is still made for pictures and our family enjoyed our visit here. I will say the square does have...More
Well, this place is not as "attractive" as the churches nor the palaces in Munich, but it's an interesting historical site and somewhat beautiful, so if you have some free time, I'd say that it's worth visiting it
This public square is the cultural centre of Munich with many museums both in the square and nearby. On the square itself is the monumental Propylaea, the Glyptothek and the State Museum of Classical Art. Sadly the Glyptothek is closed until 2021 and much of...More
These buildings are not only interesting because of their architecture, but there is a lot of history behind them. This was once part of the Nazi Party's parade grounds. Probably a good idea to read about it before visiting.
The Konigsplatz is a very impressive and imposing building within the museums district of Munich. It provides architectural balance and symmetry to the two classic art museums. If you intend to visit one of the museums in the area I highly recommend taking it in...More
Konigsplatz is easy to get to using the Konigsplatz Ubahn station, but one can also walk to it from the Residenz Palace along Briennerstrasse - the King's Way to his Nymphenburg Palace. I wanted to see the three Greek styled buildings built by Ludwig I...More