Dating back to the 14th century, this east gate is still in good condition-probably renovated some I imagine. This was built as a Medieval fortification by Ludwig of Bavaria. Today it houses the Valentin Museum; an actor and comedian of his time. It has been renovated in 1833 and again after WWII destruction
The oldest towngate, which was used under Kaiser Ludwig dem Bayern (1337), to defend the city. Today the Valentin Museum is situated in the Isartor.
Opening hours :
11:01-17:29 Mon & Tue, Fri & Sat;
Its not that they are that much of a sight in themselves, but together, the city gates of München still shows the history of the city, and you get the feel for where the old wall was. Isartor in the picture is the most famous gate, and the biggest one too.
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