Königsplatz contains many beautiful Neo-Classical buildings with a haunting past. Home to many Nazi demonstrations during the Nazi Regime, Königsplatz contains the remains of the “Honor Temples” two monuments erected to honor 16 Nazi’s who died in the Beer Hall Putsch in 1923. However, the monuments were destroyed in 1947, leaving only two platforms. On top of the remains of the temples, there's also the Brown House, which, as the national headquarters for the Nazi Party, adds evenb more shadow to the history of the area. Although Königsplatz is ridden with dark history, it is important that it is preserved and remembered as it is today.
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