The Propyläen at the Königsplatz
The basic concept of the Königsplatz was later widely developed by Leo von Klenze. The architect designed the present Glytothek, whose collection of Greek and Roman sculptures remains faithful to the example of the ancient world. In addition, Leo von Klenze designed the Propylan that imitates the temple entrance to the Acropolis. Today, the Propylan is considered Munich's last preserved building in the purely classical style.
Panoramic View of the Königsplatz
During the Nazi era, the Königsplatz served as a building for the Fuhrer and the administration building of the NSDAP. The demolition was carried out as part of the denazification and subsequently restore the original state.
Miss Munchen recommends
The Löwenbräukeller at the Stiglmaier Platz is not far. In the nice Beergarden you can enjoy the good bavarian food!
Close to the Königsplatz
Königsplatz 1, 80333 München
Approach to the Königsplatz
U2 - Stop Königsplatz
Tram 27 - Stop Karolinenplatz
Bus Museumsline 100 Stop Königsplatz