This is a group of buildings and sculptures like Lorenza, reminiscent of the Renaissance in Europe, with a strong sense of artistic beauty and shock. It is also a famous scenic spot in Munich. It is completely open and does not accept tickets. Next to it is the famous music square and the palace garden.
The statues under the Italian style dome are two war heroes before the 20th century. Both statues are carved from copper on melted cannons. If you go to the City Hall Square in Florence, Italy, you will find that the style of the General Hall completely imitates the Lanch Gallery of the City Hall Square.
Take the subway from Maria Square to the Concert Hall Square at the southern end of Ludwig Avenue to visit the Commander-in-Chief Hall Feldherrnhalle. The Commander-in-Chief Hall is a gallery in Munich. It was built from 1841 to 1844 and imitates the gallery of mercenaries in Florence. ?
The Commander-in-Chief Hall is near Monoch Residenz. You can tell by name that there must be many commanders. However, the park itself is also worth visiting. I only play for one day in downtown Munich, and I have to take a night train to Hannover, so I can only look around.
The Commander-in-Chief's Hall is very much like the soldier's arbor in Salorenza in terms of shape, but the sculpture inside is much simpler. What attracts more attention than the commanders in command hall are the two lions in front of them. They are extremely dignified. They are said to be the incarnation of Henry the Lion King. It is Henry who ordered the construction of Munich City.
Commander in chief hall is a memorial pavilion, imitate the mercenary loggia, Florences style, built in 1841 ~ 1844, to commemorate the Bavarian chiefs and build, is the Bavarian army marks of honor. Commander in chief hall known by internal high standing sculptures, each sculpture is about 20 meters high. In the center of the hall for the franco-prussian war from 1870 to 1871 in the Bavarian army memorial statue.
Located in the centre of Munich, about 600 meters north of Maria Square, the Commander-in-Chief Hall has a statue of lions and soldiers on both sides of the building, and a statue of the Commander-in-Chief in the middle. Now it is generally used as a pavilion by the common people.
Mistakenly bumped into here - no strategy ahead of time, came to front feel wow, so spectacular, on-site map search, comment search, we know is the Commander-in-Chief Hall. History has not been carefully studied, just think these two lions look good! The gold medals on the two pillars in front of the door are also extremely bright. There were many people sitting scattered on the steps to rest, and beside them there were people playing a huge instrument on the street that I couldn't name.
Adjacent to the Munich Palace and the Tiatina Church, the Commander-in-Chief Hall is an ancient building. In memory of the brilliant military victory of the Bavarian monarchy, it was the Holy Land of the Nazis during World War II, but certainly not now. Here we have witnessed the history of Germany and its significance is very important.