A palace for Bavarian rulers from 1385-1918. It has changed to museum and gallery to exhibit the belongings of the rulers
The Residenz is a wonderful palace with lots of treasures and exhibits. It is well worth an afternoon.
This is the statue of Max-Joseph-Platz,It was put alongside of the Wittelsbach Residenz. ..This museum shows just how powerful and immensely wealthy the proud Bavarian principality was
If you have some time in Munich, I recommend a 2 hour visit to the Residenz; King Ludwig's home inside the Munich city walls.
Prächtiger, 69 m langer und gewölbter Saal, ist Teil der Residenz, die im Nordosten der Altstadt gelegen ist.
In Munich you will see a lot of figures of lions. These are lions that are located outside the Residenz. Be sure to touch one of them: It will bring you luck. Also a great photograph spot.
Site of many operas and concerts. A magnificent structure. Also very magnificent inside. A great photograph spot.
The Antiquarium is a large and extremely beautiful Renaissance hall. The ceilings re beautifully decorated in typical Baroque style
The palace was the residence and centre of power of the Bavarian dukes, electors and kings for five hundred years. It is now a museum.
The 130 rooms have been filled with furniture and oil paintings, tapestries and porcelain. Numerous special collections such as silver, porcelain or relic rooms can also be viewed.
The Antiquarium is the largest and most beautiful Renaissance hall north of the Alps. It was built around 1570 for the antique collection of Duke Albrecht V and later used as a festival hall.