Together with the Odeon, Palais Leuchtenberg and Feldherrnhalle, this classical building on the west side of the Hofgarten ... More
Together with the Odeon, Palais Leuchtenberg and Feldherrnhalle, this classical building on the west side of the Hofgarten makes up one of Munich's most stunning architectural showpieces. The Bazargebäude was erected from 1824-26 by Munich's most illustrious architect, Leo von Klenze, and marks the start of the prestigious Ludwigstraße. The building is now home to the Filmcasino and Luigi Tambosi.
A visit to Dachau, the remains of Germany's first concentration camp, is an experience you will never forget. Built shortly
after Hitler seized power, its aim was to extinguish opposition through incarceration and/or murder. Dachau has been preserved and ...
Ludwig I's love of ancient Greece was almost infinite: in 1816, the king ordered his architect Leo von Klenze to
build a temple to house his most beautiful antiques. This was to be the first museum in the country ...
When the foundations of the city walls were laid in 1791, Prince Karl Theodor ordered the construction of a square
in front of the Neuhauser Tor, now the Karlstor . The square was named Karlsplatz after the prince, although ...