The hall was built on the model of a Florentine loggia by Friedrich von Gärtner on behalf of King Ludwig I.
Tip: On the steps of the Feldherrnhalle you have the best overview of the square in the cool shade and can wonderfully watch the hustle and bustle of the crowd and enjoy a delicious ice cream or your coffee-to-go.
... "If you sit on the sun-warm steps and look to the left, you can see that that lion is keeping its mouth closed. I turn my head to the right: The mouth of this lion is slightly open. You tell yourself with a wink that the lion is with you The right Prussian one is of Bavarian origin with a closed mouth: This is to allude to the talkativeness or even loquacity of the North Germans, in contrast to the rather taciturn Bavarian ... "
Source and more information at: mystisches-muenchen.de/loewenorte-in-muenchen-3-die-loewen-an-der-feldherrnhalle
January 12, 2019
On Odeonsplatz in Munich lives and experiences "la dolce vita": a church in the Italian late Baroque, a loggia to Florentine model and a lot of bustle. Odeonsplatz is also the northern boundary of the pedestrian zone and the starting point of Ludwigstraße. Around the square are the royal residence including court garden, the Feldherrnhalle, the Theatinerkirche, some city palace and the elongated bazaar building (Source: München.de).
May 14, 2018
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