The 19 m (62 ft) high statue is the personification of the Bavarian homeland. You can climb up to the viewing platform inside the head. During Oktoberfest you can get a great view of the fair. The Hall of Fame at the back of the statue is a pantheon to celebrated Bavarians (the Hall of Fame is closed during Oktoberfest).
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Statue of Bavaria and Hall of Fame and Nearby Attractions on Map
Alte Pinakothek(2.4 km)
Commissioned by Ludwig I and inaugurated in 1836, the Alte Pinakothek is one of the oldest art museums in the world.
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.
Löwenbräu Brewery(1.9 km)
The Löwenbräu Brewery has one of the oldest beer gardens in Munich, with a history dating back as far as 1383.
The Konigsplatz is a wide open square that was originally laid out in the early 19thcentury as part of the royal avenue Brienner Straße.
Neue Pinakothek(2.5 km)
The Neue Pinakothek is part of Munich's Kunstareal (art district), showcasing European art of the 18th - 19th century from the Bavarian State Painting Collections.
A very important stop for Expressionist art lovers, this impressive collection in the former villa of Munich aristocracy includes numerous famous examples of the artistic group known as ''Der Blaue Reiter'' ('The Blue Rider').
Michaelskirche is the largest Renaissance church north of the Alps, built by Duke Wilhelm V as a center for the Catholic Reformation in 1583-'97.
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