Categories: Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Isartor stands tall as only one left of the four main medieval gates in Munich, built in 1337 to serve as a defense for the city. You can see much of the restoration performed on the gate and its central tower, bringing it back to its former glory. Don't miss the frescoes that tell the story of Emperor Louis's victorious return after the Battle of Mühldorf. Inside the gate, in a curious change of subject matter, you'll find a museum dedicated to Karl Valentin, a comedian and actor. For Isartor and beyond, use our Munich itinerary planner to get the most from your Munich vacation.
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Как говорят, это был главный вход в город, главные ворота. Хорошо сохранились. А мне посчастливилось рядом поселиться. Наблюдал этот прекрасный памятник каждый день, с удовольствием.As they say, it was the main entrance to the city gate. Well preserved. And I was lucky to close settle. Watched this beautiful monument every day with pleasure.show original
Ein weiteres Wahrzeichen von München auch dieses Sehenswert . Man geht alles gerade aus und kommt daran überall vorbei .Another landmark of Munich this worth seeing. You everything just goes out and comes from everywhere.show original
Isartor é um dos quatro portões remanescentes da Idade Média. Foi construído no séc. XIV. Muito fácil de chegar nele, tanto de metrô (linha S) quanto a pé. Para quem sai da Marienplatz, basta seguir p... read more »Isartor is one of four remaining gates of the middle ages. It was built in the 19th century. XIV. Very easy to get to him, both by subway (line S) as walk. For who goes from Marienplatz, just follow the street behind the Altes Rathaus.show original
Cool place, enjoyed Feurzhangbowle there+!
Amazing place you just have to visit when in Munich!
Not as shiny as the New Town Hall, Isartor is a very old landmark of Munich. It was built in 1337!
Gorgeous city gate Isartor that was named for its location near the Isar River is famous historical place and a must-see for both educational and entertaining reasons. Being a very photogenic sightseeing, it's easily draws everyone's attention. Thank to Isartor's proximity to many authentic Bavarian restaurants, it's an ideal place to finish the city tour with your tired but impressed guests.
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