Konigsplatz, Munich Photos

The Propylaea (aka Konigsplatz Gate) (1862) modeled after the entrance to the Acropolis in Athens was designed by Leo von Klenze. The square surrounded by Neoclassical buildings was the site of several Nazi rallies in the 1930s.

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Propylaea modeled after entrance to the Acropolis in Athens. Munich, Germany.Pediment frieze of Propylaea. Munich, Germany.Facade details of Propylaea. Munich, Germany.Relationship of Propylaea & Glyptothek museum & field once used for Nazi rallies. Munich, Germany.
Propylaea (aka Konigsplatz Gate) (1862) modeled after entrance to the Acropolis in Athens. Munich, Germany. Architect: Leo von Klenze.Pediment frieze of Propylaea (aka Konigsplatz Gate). Munich, Germany.Facade details of Propylaea (aka Konigsplatz Gate). Munich, Germany.Relationship of Propylaea (aka Konigsplatz Gate) (1862) & Glyptothek (1816-1830) museum & field once used for Nazi rallies. Munich, Germany.
East facade of Propylaea. Munich, Germany.Glyptothek museum of Greek & Roman sculptures from collection of King Ludwig I of Bavaria. Munich, Germany.Antikensammlungen. Munich, Germany.
East facade of Propylaea (aka Konigsplatz Gate). Munich, Germany.Glyptothek (1816-1830) museum of Greek & Roman sculptures from collection of King Ludwig I of Bavaria (at Konigsplatz). Munich, Germany. Style: Neoclassical. Architect: Leo von Klenze. Antikensammlungen (1838-45) (at Konigsplatz). Munich, Germany. Architect: Georg Friedrich Ziebland.

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