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Munich (München) is the capital
and largest city of the German
state of Bavaria, on the banks of
River Isar north of the B...
The Residenz is the largest city palace in Germany and is today open to visitors for its architecture, room decorations, a...
Max-Joseph-Platz
National Theatre
Brunnenhof (Fountain Courtyard)
Königsbau
National Theatre
Max-Joseph-Platz
Königsbau
Brunnenhof
This palace is where the Wittelsbach family resided for over 500
years and it is a huge complex with a series of buildings...
Entrance gate to the
Residenz Odeonsplatz
The street along the entrance
of the Western Wing
Patroness of Bavaria
Bronze statue of Virgin Mary
with child, standing o...
Odeonsplatz
Feldherrnhalle and the Munich
Residence
Odeonsplatz
Feldherrnhalle and the Munich
Residence
Two monumental lions grace
the Feldherrnhalle’s steps. It is
said that...
Odeonsplatz
Feldherrnhalle and the Munich Residence
Count von Tilly (1559-1632)
Feldherrnhalle
M
unich
R
esidence
O
deonsp...
Odeonsplatz
Feldherrnhalle and the Munich
Residence
The lions were sculpted by
Wilhelm Ruemann in 1906
Odeonsplatz
Giant
bronze lions
in front of
the Alte
Residenz
If you hang around,
you’ll see quite a few
Münchners
instinctively reaching
out and giving the
nose a slight rub.
Supposed...
The lion symbol
is predominant
around Munich
and a symbol of
the Bavarian
monarchy
The octagonal yard called
Fountain Courtyard
(Brunnenhof) is one of the ten
courtyards of the Residenz
Palace, former resi...
The bronze
Wittelsbach
Fountain in the
middle was
erected in 1610
On the four sides of the basin
lie four allegorical river gods by
Hubert Gerhard (Dutch, 1540s
– 1621) symbolizing Bavaria...
River god
River god
River god
River god
River god
Statue of Otto I
of Wittelsbach
(by Hans
Krumpper 1570-
1634)
Otto I (1117-1183),
in knight’s armor
Otto I (1117-1183)
called the
Redhead was the
first Bavarian ruler
from the House of
Wittelsbach
The fountain is further
embellished (Hubert
Gerhard) by an outer ring
of statues depicting the
gods and goddesses
Demeter ...
DemeterorCeres
HephaistosorVulcan,forthefire
PoseidonorNeptune,forthewater
Hera or Juno,
with a
peacock
Hera or Juno
An assortment of putti, grotesque fish, frogs
and monsters, all by Hubert Gerhard (Dutch,
1540/50 – 1621) embellished the ...
In 1984 are the original figures
replaced by replicas
OdeonsplatzTheatinerkirche
the state chancellery
The Hofgarten (Court Garden)
is located at the northern side
of the Residenz. The Hofgarten
was initiated by Elector
Maxim...
Temple of Diana and allegory of Bavaria
Temple of Diana crowned by a statue of Bavaria created in 1594 by
Hubert Gerhard
Munich Residenz Banqueting
Hall Wing (The Festsaalbau)
Munich Residenz
Banqueting Hall Wing
(The Festsaalbau)
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Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu
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Munich (München) is the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria, on the banks of River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. Munich is the third largest city in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg, and the 12th biggest city of the European Union, with a population of above 1.5 million. The Munich Metropolitan Region is home to 5.8 million people
Today, more than 1200 fountains sprinkle in Munich as private, communal or stately property. About a hundred of these fountains still bear drinking water, but first and foremost these aquatic installations are a visual delight, and the designed murmurs and ripples of water, a massage to ears strained from the din of urban life.
Many of these public gems were once the exclusive domain of courtly elite. The nobility of the Residence, for example, commissioned a number of fountains on the sprawling premises. The most prominent is located in the Brunnenhof (fountain courtyard). At the center of the patio, the 400-year-old Wittelsbacher Fountain shows the first count of the Wittelsbach dynasty, Otto the Great, standing on a pillar in knight’s armor. Around him are statues representing the Bavarian rivers Donau, Inn, Isar and Lech, and figurines of Neptune, Volcano, Juno and Ceres, representing the four elements.
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  1. 1. 1515
  2. 2. Munich (München) is the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria, on the banks of River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. The Munich Residenz is the former royal palace of the Bavarian monarchs of the House of Wittelsbach in the centre of the city of Munich
  3. 3. The Residenz is the largest city palace in Germany and is today open to visitors for its architecture, room decorations, and displays from the former royal collections. The complex of buildings contains ten courtyards and displays 130 rooms. The three main parts are the Königsbau (near the Max-Joseph-Platz), the Alte Residenz (Old Residenz; towards the Residenzstraße) and the Festsaalbau (towards the Hofgarten). The octagonal Brunnenhof (Fountain Courtyard) served as a place for tournaments before the large Wittelsbach Fountain was erected in the middle of the courtyard in 1610. Munich Residenz in the 18th century
  4. 4. Max-Joseph-Platz National Theatre Brunnenhof (Fountain Courtyard) Königsbau
  5. 5. National Theatre Max-Joseph-Platz Königsbau Brunnenhof
  6. 6. This palace is where the Wittelsbach family resided for over 500 years and it is a huge complex with a series of buildings that are filled with various displays and other things today. Entrace of the Munich Residence Prudentia
  7. 7. Entrance gate to the Residenz Odeonsplatz
  8. 8. The street along the entrance of the Western Wing Patroness of Bavaria Bronze statue of Virgin Mary with child, standing on a crescent moon as the Queen of Heaven
  9. 9. Odeonsplatz Feldherrnhalle and the Munich Residence
  10. 10. Odeonsplatz Feldherrnhalle and the Munich Residence Two monumental lions grace the Feldherrnhalle’s steps. It is said that one is growling at the Residenz and the other is keeping its mouth shut towards the church
  11. 11. Odeonsplatz Feldherrnhalle and the Munich Residence Count von Tilly (1559-1632) Feldherrnhalle M unich R esidence O deonsplatz H ofgarten
  12. 12. Odeonsplatz Feldherrnhalle and the Munich Residence The lions were sculpted by Wilhelm Ruemann in 1906
  13. 13. Odeonsplatz Giant bronze lions in front of the Alte Residenz
  14. 14. If you hang around, you’ll see quite a few Münchners instinctively reaching out and giving the nose a slight rub. Supposed to bring good luck! No wonder it shines so bright!
  15. 15. The lion symbol is predominant around Munich and a symbol of the Bavarian monarchy
  16. 16. The octagonal yard called Fountain Courtyard (Brunnenhof) is one of the ten courtyards of the Residenz Palace, former residence of the Bavarian kings
  17. 17. The bronze Wittelsbach Fountain in the middle was erected in 1610
  18. 18. On the four sides of the basin lie four allegorical river gods by Hubert Gerhard (Dutch, 1540s – 1621) symbolizing Bavaria's main rivers: Danube, Isar, Lech and Inn
  19. 19. River god
  20. 20. River god
  21. 21. River god
  22. 22. River god
  23. 23. River god
  24. 24. Statue of Otto I of Wittelsbach (by Hans Krumpper 1570- 1634)
  25. 25. Otto I (1117-1183), in knight’s armor
  26. 26. Otto I (1117-1183) called the Redhead was the first Bavarian ruler from the House of Wittelsbach
  27. 27. The fountain is further embellished (Hubert Gerhard) by an outer ring of statues depicting the gods and goddesses Demeter or Ceres, for the earth
  28. 28. DemeterorCeres
  29. 29. HephaistosorVulcan,forthefire PoseidonorNeptune,forthewater
  30. 30. Hera or Juno, with a peacock
  31. 31. Hera or Juno
  32. 32. An assortment of putti, grotesque fish, frogs and monsters, all by Hubert Gerhard (Dutch, 1540/50 – 1621) embellished the fountain
  33. 33. In 1984 are the original figures replaced by replicas
  34. 34. OdeonsplatzTheatinerkirche the state chancellery
  35. 35. The Hofgarten (Court Garden) is located at the northern side of the Residenz. The Hofgarten was initiated by Elector Maximilian I, modeled after the pattern of Italian Renaissance gardens (1613-17). In the center a temple devoted to Diana. On the eastern side the in 1993 erected building of the Bavarian State Chancellery, seat of the Bavarian prime minister
  36. 36. Temple of Diana and allegory of Bavaria
  37. 37. Temple of Diana crowned by a statue of Bavaria created in 1594 by Hubert Gerhard
  38. 38. Munich Residenz Banqueting Hall Wing (The Festsaalbau)
  39. 39. Munich Residenz Banqueting Hall Wing (The Festsaalbau)
  40. 40. Text & Pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela Sound: Montserrat Caballe - Richard Strauss - Befreit; Arabella - Das wahr sehr gut, Mandryka

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