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This city gate is a gem and will capture your attention from a far. It leads you to the university and it did remind me of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. It was dedicated to the Army of Bavaria and now stands for peace.
Even construction can't hide this impressive monument and end of the Italian Mile. When the city walls opened and a grand way was needed to enter from the north, the Siegestor became the new northern gate and the beginning of the Italian Mile between it...More
Was walking down Leopoldstraße when I came across this triumphal arch. Bit of an odd place to put out as it's just in the middle of the roundabout and a little off the main tourist area. So this is called the Victory Gate in English...More
If you follow the Ludwigstrasse until the Ludwig-Maximilian University you will see this arch in front. This gate was built from 1843 until 1850 under King Ludwig I. It is 24 meters in length and 21 meters in height. On the top you find the...More
Siegestor is just outside Munich University and if you take metro, get off at the Universitat station.
Quite like the Arc de Triomphe, it is at the straight line joining Luwigstrabe and Leopoldstrabe. A beautiful architecture by itself, and on both sides there are two...More
Siegestor is a monumental city gate in Munich. It is a bit isolated from the majority of most sightseeing endeavours you are likely to plan. However, it is an attractive display of architecture and worth spending a few minutes to enjoy if you find yourself...More