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Odensplatz Memorial is steeped in history going back over 100 years.
It’s a seminal political and cultural location in the middle of Munich where so much of the 20th century history was written.
From the Kaiser through Hitler to the modern day Germany this storied...More
It is really a big square, and unless there is a streetlife event you'll simply be passing through. The interesting sidenote in history is on the left side facing the columns, where the Munichbierputsch occured. Behind there you'll find some footprints trailing off behind. Invest...More
This place is a must see if you are a tourist in Munich. It is very beautiful and you can take nice pictures there. At the right side is also Theatinerkirche, which is also very nice to look at (and you can go inside). Odeonsplatz...More
The church on Odeon's Square is incredible. The contrast of color with the surrounding buildings sets the church at center stage in the square. The monument to Ludwig's generals is stunning. The square was a quiet and peaceful interlude in our walking tour of Munich.
Odeonsplatz is a public square with proximity to Residenz and Hofsgarten. Perhaps best known as location of Hitler's Putsch, a failed coup attempt by Adolf Hitler and the early Nazi party in 1923. Today you will find attractive buildings, concert hall, equestrian monument to Ludwig...More
This place is a bit eerie if you look at some footage of the speeches that Hitler gave from the columns. In fact, when modern leaders, like Angela Merkel, give speeches here, they do it from the side, away from the steps in order to...More