The Feldherrnhalle is a monumental gallery built between 1841 and 1844. King Ludwig I of Bavaria ordered its construction having after being inspired by the Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence (to which bears a striking resemblance). The Feldherrnhalle, or Field Marshal's Hall, was meant to honor the Bavarian army and contains statues of military leaders Johann Tilly and Karl Philipp von Wrede. In 1882, following the Franco-Prussian War, the central sculptural group was added. In WWII, the monument was the site for multiple protests both by the Nazi party in its earlier days and by Nazi opposition later on in the war. Visit this historical site, and witness an important cultural landmark in Bavarian history.
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