Marienhof Area, Munich Photos

Just north of Munich New Town Hall sits a plaza named Marienhof surrounded by a neighborhood.

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View north from Neues Rathaus Tower. Munich, Germany.Spire of St. Salvatore church. Munich, Germany.Marienhof park surrounded by apartments. Munich, Germany.Building opposite Marienhof. Munich, Germany.
View north from Neues Rathaus Tower. Munich, Germany.Spire of St. Salvatore church (1493). Munich, Germany. Style: late Gothic.Marienhof park surrounded by apartments. Munich, Germany.Building opposite Marienhof. Munich, Germany.
Sunbathers on Marienhof. Munich, Germany.Frauenkirche cathedral towers above Marienhof. Munich, Germany.Shop sign on corner of Marienhof. Munich, Germany.Oktoberfest celebrant statue with arch of hops on corner of Marienhof. Munich, Germany.
Sunbathers on Marienhof. Munich, Germany.Frauenkirche cathedral towers above Marienhof. Munich, Germany.Shop sign on corner of Marienhof. Munich, Germany.Oktoberfest celebrant statue with arch of hops on corner of Marienhof. Munich, Germany.
Corner building opposites Marienhof. Munich, Germany.Maffei streetscape leading from Marienhof. Munich, Germany.Arched bridge over Maffeistraße between two commercial buildings. Munich, Germany.Promenadeplatz with Maximilian von Montgelas statue. Munich, Germany.
Corner building opposites Marienhof. Munich, Germany.Maffei streetscape leading from Marienhof. Munich, Germany.Arched bridge over Maffeistraße between two commercial buildings. Munich, Germany.Promenadeplatz with Maximilian von Montgelas statue. Munich, Germany.
Heritage mansion on Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße. Munich, Germany.Streetscape of heritage mansions on Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße. Munich, Germany.Bayerische-Hypotheken und Wechselbank heritage building at Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße 10. Munich, Germany.Portal of Bayerische-Hypotheken und Wechselbank heritage building at Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße 10. Munich, Germany.
Heritage mansion on Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße. Munich, Germany.Streetscape of heritage mansions on Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße. Munich, Germany.Bayerische-Hypotheken und Wechselbank heritage building (1896) at Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße 10. Munich, Germany. Architect: Emil Schmidt.Portal of Bayerische-Hypotheken und Wechselbank heritage building at Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße 10. Munich, Germany.
Carvings on facade of Bayerische-Hypotheken und Wechselbank heritage building at Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße 10. Munich, Germany.Holnstein Palace residence of Archbishop of Munich on Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße. Munich, Germany.Holnstein Palace residence of Archbishop of Munich on Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße. Munich, Germany.Graf Spreti Palace on Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße. Munich, Germany.
Carvings on facade of Bayerische-Hypotheken und Wechselbank heritage building at Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße 10. Munich, Germany.Holnstein Palace (1733-7) residence of Archbishop of Munich on Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße. Munich, Germany. Style: Rococo. Architect: François de Cuvilliés.Holnstein Palace (1733-7) residence of Archbishop of Munich on Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße. Munich, Germany.Graf Spreti Palace (c1720) on Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße. Munich, Germany.
Bayerische Staatsbank building on Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße. Munich, Germany.Pediment of Bayerische Staatsbank building on Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße. Munich, Germany.Preysing Palace on Prannerstraße. Munich, Germany.Detail of Preysing Palace on Prannerstraße. Munich, Germany.
Bayerische Staatsbank building on Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße. Munich, Germany.Pediment of Bayerische Staatsbank building on Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße. Munich, Germany.Preysing Palace (1737) on Prannerstraße. Munich, Germany. Style: Rococo. Architect: François de Cuvilliés Elder.Detail of Preysing Palace (1737) on Prannerstraße. Munich, Germany.
Sidewalk plaque outlining body of assassinated journalist & Head of Peoples' State of Bavaria, Kurt Eisner on Feb. 21, 1919 by a far-right nationalist. Munich, Germany.Inscription marking site of assassination of Kurt Eisner, founder of Bavarian Republic after German defeat in WWI. Munich, Germany.Salvatorkirche on Salvatorplatz. Munich, Germany.Dome of Theatine Church. Munich, Germany.
Sidewalk plaque outlining body of assassinated journalist & Head of Peoples' State of Bavaria, Kurt Eisner on Feb. 21, 1919 by a far-right nationalist. Munich, Germany.Inscription marking site of assassination of Kurt Eisner, founder of Bavarian Republic after German defeat in WWI. Munich, Germany.Salvatorkirche on Salvatorplatz. Munich, Germany.Dome of Theatine Church. Munich, Germany.
Preysing Palace Rococo Theatinerstraße facade. Munich, Germany.Residenzstraße streetscape. Munich, Germany.Preysing Palace beside Feldherrnhalle on Residenzstraße. Munich, Germany.Residenzstraße streetscape with Preysing Palace. Munich, Germany.
Preysing Palace (1737) Rococo Theatinerstraße facade. Munich, Germany.Residenzstraße streetscape. Munich, Germany.Preysing Palace (1737) beside Feldherrnhalle on Residenzstraße. Munich, Germany.Residenzstraße streetscape with Preysing Palace. Munich, Germany.
Residenzstraße streetscape. Munich, Germany.Residenzstraße streetscape. Munich, Germany.

Residenzstraße streetscape. Munich, Germany.Residenzstraße streetscape. Munich, Germany.


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