Built in 1337, The Isartor Gate is one of three remaining medieval gates that still exist in Munich. From 1285 to 1337, Emperor Louis IV attempted to expand the Munich city border by creating a second city wall. Today, of the four gothic gates, only three still remain and Isartor is the best preserved. It is the only of the three that still contains its main middle tower. From 1833 to 1835, Friedrich von Gärtner attempted to restore the gate and was nearly able to reestablish its original appearance and dimensions; you can still enjoy this labor of love to this day. If you're looking for as much history in the Bavarian capital as you can manage, then definitely swing by Isartor Gate.
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