The Feldherrnhalle is a monumental Italianesque loggia on the Odeonsplatz built in 1841-'44 by King Ludwig I of Bavaria to honor the his army. Ferdinand von Miller's sculptural ensemble in the middle was added in 1882 to commemorate the Bavarian army that fought in the Franco-Prussian War. In 1923, it was the site of the Nazis' Beer Hall Putsch, and also served as a monument commemorating the death of 16 members of the Nazi party in 1933-'45.
Feldherrnhalle, Residenzstraße 1, 80333 Munich, Germany
Feldherrenhalle and Nearby Attractions on Map
Alte Pinakothek(0.9 km)
Commissioned by Ludwig I and inaugurated in 1836, the Alte Pinakothek is one of the oldest art museums in the world.
Englischer Garten(2.8 km)
The English Garden is a vast urban park sprawling over 900 acres on the west bank of the Isar river, from central Munich to the northeast edge of the city.
Bavarian State Opera(0.2 km)
Deutsches Museum(1.4 km)
The Deutsches Museum in Munich is one of the greatest scientific and technical museums in the world, and an absolute 'must see' in Munich.
The Marienplatz is the central square of Munich, named after the Mariensaule - the Marian Column topped with the golden statue of Virgin Mary.
The Catholic Cathedral of Our Blessed Lady is the seat of the Archbishop and the largest church in Munich.
The Asamkirche is an 18th century Late Baroque and Rococo church in Munich built by sculptor Egid Quirin Asam and his brother, painter Cosmas Damian Asam, as their private spiritual space.
Spread over 5.
No tours found for Feldherrenhalle !