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99 Reviews
Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 0.5 hour
Address: Residenzstraße 1, 80333 München, Germany
Phone: +49-89-290671

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This historical monument has been famous since the 19th century, but what interests me the most is its important position in Nazi history. Because of Hitler's failed Munich Beer Hall coup, it became a holy place for the Nazis. Take a look at the historical photos and think about the role this attraction plays in our modern world.

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Constructed in 1844, The Feldherrnhalle, Munich, Bavaria, German, featured a large gallery, filled with statues of military leaders, at the end of the Ludwigstrasse, Munich's grandest avenue. Today, tourists visit for its historical significance in the history of Hitler's Third Reich. In 1923, Hitler organized an attempt to overthrow the Bavarian government with a crowd from a beer hall. When the mob reached the Feldherrnhalle, police opened fire, and four policemen and 8 marchers subsequently died. Nazis added their own commemorations to the monument, but the city removed them after World War II ended.
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