The Maximilianeum was built as a home for gifted students. Since 1949, it has also been home to the Bavarian state parliament. Split into three sections (a large center with two wings on each side), the Maximilianeum embodies much of what was popular back in the 19th century, with a Neo-Renaissance design complimented by two rows of arches and a multi-story open tower. In addition, there are mosaics that cover much of the building that depict religious iconography and history with impressive detail. While you can't go in and explore, it'll make an excellent addition to your photo quiver from Munich.
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