The Feldherrenhalle, the Siegestor, the Hofgarten, the Residenz Palast, and the Theatinerkirche all unite to create a uniquely beautiful square.
Climb to the top of the Feldherrenhalle steps, and stand between the two great lions. Look down into the square and out along Ludwigstrasse to the monumental Seigestor in the distance.
On your right the Hofgarten's green lawns, brilliant flower beds, and sparkling fountains, invite you to join visitors around the center temple of Diana, where musicians will likely be playing.
The Residenz Palast, having tempted you with it's garden, is waiting through a great courtyard entrance guarded on both sides by four more lions. For good luck, trouch the noses of the smaller lions as you enter or pass by. Inside is a stunning collection of courtyards, gardens, gold encrusted chambers, great halls, royal treasure troves, chapels, and Germany's most beautiful baroque theatre.
On the opposite side of the square the twin towers and great dome of the Theatinerkirche rise 230 feet high, and invite you inside to see the the absolutely magnificent white Itallianate baroque interior.
They all combine to create a truly unique space, a space that surrounds you with a warmth and charm that results from the random creation of individually magnificent structures that together are,
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