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Our Third Reich Walking tour brought us to this site. It is located on the Odeonsplatz. In 1923, it was the site of a brief battle that ended Hitler's Beer Hall Putsch. During Nazi era, it served as a monument commemorating the death of 16...More
The generals hall the outside courtyard and must stop to see when understanding the history of the world war. make sure you see the street behind it that is notable for the people that refuse to walk past the generals hall
Feldherrnhalle (General's Hall) is a loggia built in honour of the heroes of Bavaria. It is designed in the manner of the famous Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence, Italy.
Like the Loggia dei Lanzi, Feldherrnhalle is a large open hall with several sculptures. You'll see...More
At first glance the Feldherrnhalle might not seem like anything of importance. I looks a little unkept. But, this monumental loggia, was built by King Ludwig I to honor the Bavarian army. Two regal lions flank steps leading up to a statue which commemorates the...More
Designed after a similar building in Florence, the hall was built to honor the victorious Bavarian army and its commanders. The hall has three roman arches with steps guarded by lions leading to the entrance in the central arch. Inside is an army monument flanked...More
Situated at the southern end of the Odeonplatz, this Italian looking was built in 1841 to honour the Bavarian Military. In 1932, just in front of it, there was a failed Nazi coup, a gun battle which left 16 people dead. During the war, the...More