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Adjacent to the Theatine Church of St. Cajetan, the Feldherrnhalle (Field Marshall's Hall) in Odeonsplatz was commissioned in 1841 by King Ludwig I of Bavaria to honor the Bavarian Army. Assuming there are not a lot of people around, of if they are they are...More
An interesting and memorable monumental loggia, that is standing at the beginning of the very long and very wide street.
The Feldherrnhalle was a symbol of the honor of the Bavarian Army, represented by statues of two military leaders Johann Tilly and Karl Philipp von...More
At the southern end of Munich's Italian mile is the Feldherrnhalle, a copy of the Loggia connected to the Ufizzi Gallery in Florence. This public display structure is to the glory of the Bavarian Generals. However, for a short time it was hijacked by the...More
The Feldherrnhalle in Odeonsplatz (in the square between the Residenz and the Theatinerkirche) plays an important role in Munich’s history. King Ludwig I built in the early 1840s as a tribute to the Bavarian Army. The two bronze statues in the outer archways were cast...More
This monumental loggia is probably the most recognisable landmark in the Odeonsplatz public square. The entrance to Feldherrnhalle is guarded by two lions. The statue in the centre depicts a Greco-Roman warriors holding a flag and in his arms stands the Goddess of Victory, commemorating the war dead...More
Emerging from the underground UBahn station, Odeonplatz, I used this structure to get my bearings. This structure is located on the spacious Odeonplatz with the yellow Theatinerkirche on one side of it and, on the other side, the Hofgarten and Residenz. It is easily identifiable...More
Important to understand the history of this site. Located at the Odeonsplatz (a large public square) at the former site of one of the city's main gates and built as a tribute to the Bavarian army that fought in the Franco-Prussian War. It became famous...More