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Named after King Maximilian I Joseph, the Max-Joseph-Platz is a large cobblestoned square at the western end of the royal avenue Maximilianstraße.
Named after King Maximilian I Joseph, the Max-Joseph-Platz is a large cobblestoned square at the western end of the royal avenue Maximilianstraße. In the middle of the square is Christian Daniel Rauch's bronze statue of a seated Maximilian in Roman garb. It is surrounded by the Bayerisches Nationaltheater (National Theatre) to the east, Residenztheater and Bayerische Akademie der Schönen Künste in Königsbau to the north, Residenzstraße's luxury retail outlets to the west, and the Neo-Renaissance arcades of the former Palais Toerring-Jettenbach to the south.
Max-Joseph-Platz, 80539 Munich, Germany
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