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This area is instantly recognisable to anyone familiar with the infamous Munich agreement.It was signed in what is now a university building.So however impressive the architecture remember what happened here in 1938.
If you didn't know the historical significance of this site, you'd walk right by without giving it a second glance. I suggest so some reading beforehand in order to fully appreciate the area where you are standing. Worth a stroll by for sure.
I visited on a summer afternoon on my own, without a tourguide. The more of the site's history you're aware of, the more you'll get out of it. Be advised, especially if traveling solo, that there are homeless people staking out the center building and...More
Large plaza surrounded by three beautiful buildings built in the greco-roman style. Two of these are actually ancient Greek/Roman museums one featuring statues and the other historical antiquities and artefacts. Tickets are not expensive and grant access to both museums.
Other than that, it is...More
This part of town has some stunning architecture. It’s worth getting off the hop on / hop off buses to have a better look at the buildings. If you have an interest in WW2 it’s worth checking out the nearby Museum of National Socialism, as...More
This is a very historic site and worth a visit. It's where the Munich agreement between Hitler and Neville Chamberlain about Czechoslovakia's Sudetenland was signed. There's currently a music school there.
We visited the Führerbau at the Konigsplatz with the Third Reich Walking tour. We learnt that the building once served as a representative building for Adolf Hitler. The Führerbau has historical significance. It is the place where Neville Chamberlain and Adolf Hitler signed the Munich...More