Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Leo von Klenze built Odeonsplatz, a large plaza in central Munich, at the start of the 19th century. Enjoy its Classical architecture, especially the Feldherrnhalle based on the Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence. Its also historically important as the site of unsuccessful coup against Hitler in 1923. Today, you can attend open-air concerts or relax in the nearby Hofgarten. Using our online itinerary creator, Munich attractions like Odeonsplatz can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Die Feldherrnhalle ist gewaltig. Sehr schöner Platz. Vorbeischauen kostet zudem nichts. Zu einem Stadtrundgang gehört meiner Meinung nach auch dieses Bauwerk und der Platz.The Feldherrnhalle is formidable. Very nice place. Stopping in addition costs nothing. Also this building and the place is on a tour of the city in my opinion.show original
Muy lindo lugar , ademas se puede caminar desde el centro y puede ser la continuación de un paseo. Cerca hay lugares para comer y para comprar recuerdos.Very nice place, also you can walk from the Center and it can be the continuation of a walk. Nearby there are places to eat and souvenirs.show original
Abbiamo visitato Odeonsplatz quando da Marienplatz abbiamo raggiunto il Giardino Inglese a piedi. In questa piazza si può vedere la Feldherrnhalle ( una fedele riproduzione della Loggia dei Lanzi di F... read more »We visited Odeonsplatz when Marienplatz we reached the English garden walk. In this square you can see the Feldherrnhalle (a faithful reproduction of the Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence) and the Church of San Gaetano, one of the first examples of Italian Baroque in Bavaria. Nevertheless, we felt it was more a square of way and there was very impressed. It is, however, very interesting from a historical point of view ... here Hitler attempted and failed the first coup at the beginning of the Nazi era. Overall worth a visitshow original
A must visit. A lot of historical events happened here. In November you can buy a Christmas tree here.
One of the best areas of Munich, especially when it's sunny with the Hofgarten so close.
Beautiful, quiet spot. Very historical. There is an alleyway where dissenters of the Nazi regime would walk to avoid saluting Hitler. Not far from several great Christmas markets in winter.
Best place to take a photo from Odeonsplatz all the way down to the Siegestor. Amazing at night too.
Free concerts all the day! Really cool.
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