Bavarian Sightseeing

Feldherrnhalle On Odeonsplatz in Munich

Feldherrnhalle: Munich Field Marshals’ Hall [What Is It?]

This is the story of the incredibly imposing and (almost) architecturally plaigiarant Munich Feldherrnhalle (Field Marshals’ Hall) on Odeonsplatz. Obviously historically important stories are behind any of the stunning architectural buildings that abound in Munich today, but the story of the Feldherrnhalle – whilst tainted by negative consequence – is one of the most fascinating. …

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Endless Staircase Munich in the Schwanthalerhöhe District at the KPMG Building

Endless Staircase Munich: A Powerful Statement of Bavarian Street Art

If you’re on a very short trip to Munich then the Endless Staircase Munich is probably not a must-see sight on your touristic radar – but it‘s a fascinating piece of street art nonetheless. Encountering Sculptures, Street Art, Monuments, Statues and Fountains in Munich as you walk about the city is commonplace, but you’ll need …

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Grunwald Castle Medieval Castle in Munich

Grünwald Castle: Munich’s Medieval Hill Castle

With evidence of Roman occupation, it’s highly likely that GRÜNWALD CASTLE, just 12 kilometers to the south of Munich, was originally a defensive military watchtower. This is certainly one of the lesser known Castles in Bavaria and astoundingly, is rarely mentioned in any Munich guide book despite its significance as an important medieval monument in …

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