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Generals' Hall (Feldherrnhalle)
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Reviewed 13 September 2013

We came here on our first day in Munich and there was a lovely man in lederhosen singing for everyone there.
The history to the area is very interesting. We couldn't find the plaque in the floor which commemorates the police officers who perished there.
Worth the visit.

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Reviewed 5 July 2013

If you love historical places than put this on the list but if you are limited on time it is not necessary to go. Make sure you read about the place or bring info on it when you go. We spent 15 minutes here.

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Reviewed 22 April 2013

I live in Munich and pass this building a lot.

Try to read a little bit about the history of the building. If you haven't it is still worth going here if you come from the Residenz and go to the center or vice versa.

This building gives a beautiful view down the Ludwigstreet and makes you look at the Siegestor. It gives you a whole lot of nice views to take pictures and is in the middle between Theatiner-Church and the Residenz.

Not really interessting after 20h00 when all shops in the area are closed. Rather deserted here. If you look for a little bit of nightlife, take the subway here (Odeonsplatz) and go until Station "Gieselastrasse" or "Münchner Freiheit". You will find some restaurants and Cafés there. Lots of students around, for that is the University-Area.

No entrec efee, for this is not a closed building. Just an open sort of Hall.

If you think of walking to the Leopoldstreet (thus going towards the Siegestor) then do not walk any further than the Siegestor. You have seen it all and there is not much more coming (except for "the walking man" which is not really worth the walk)

From the Siegestor, take the Subway at Station Universität and drive back.

Thank Familie_unterwegs
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Reviewed 12 January 2013

Its just one of thoose things that is in the check list in Munich. Tick the Box then move on. But what is more attractive around there is Residence, its garden, the Pfalze Weinstube, Assam kirche. And the Felderrhalle is in Odeans Platz

Thank Peter-die-Grosse
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Reviewed 20 July 2012

The General's Hall on Odeonsplatz honors two Bavarian generals, Count Tilly and Prince Wrede. The building copied the Loggia die Lanzi in Florence and was built by Friedrich von Gartner in 1844.

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