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Häusler Contemporary München showcases the works of contemporary artists in the city of Munich. The range of exhibitions are often thought-provoking and off-beat, thus culminating in its own set of loyalists. Check website for a list of upcoming exhibitions.
In the imperial court of the residence will be built in the weeks before Christmas a small farming village. There are food stalls, craft stalls and a small chapel where a life-size nativity scene is. In the middle of the square on a regular basis on stage live music events statt.Traumhaft beautiful alpine huts with stone decor and genuine shingle roofs invite you to relax and to dream.
For this event a complete farming village was built with a small chapel, under the bell tower which houses a life-size nativity scene. In the middle of the imperial court on a round stage will take place a varied live-music program.
Anna Marie Kaufmann, Tegernsee Alphorn and Adi Stahuber Isartaler with his brass band, Edith Prock, Angela Wiedl and Gigi Maier pounds are just some of the popular artists.
In 1385, the ruling Wittelsbach family decided to build a new palace since the Alter Hof had become too small for their needs. Today, the former Royal Palace of Wittelsbach is one of the most extensive and recognizable landmarks of Munich. The main building was the first part of the royal residence to be erected. The palace grounds are a treasure chest of historic landmarks including numerous grottoes, courtyards, fountains, a medicine room, chapel and the delightful Wittelsbach fountain built by Duke Otto between 1611 and 1623. The Residenz houses the Crown Jewels, the late-baroque Residenz Theatre and the classicist Herkulessaal, a concert hall with amazing acoustics. A magnificent reminder of Germany's past, the Residenz is a spectacular peek into the royal family's lifestyle and cultural influence on the city.
Residenzstraße is located in a spectacular location, right after the royal residence of the Wittelsbach dynasty. Immersed in a lingering hum of busy shoppers, this desirable street is known for its shops that contain everything from jewelry, accessories, footwear, pharmaceuticals and clothing. So next time, you plan to go street shopping, do consider Residenzstraße, you wont regret it.
At Munich's most popular up-scale shopping destination, a walk down the street from the National Theatre, the imposing statue of King Maxmillian II dominates the square. On a marble pedestal, the statue represents the Kings rule over the people of Bavaria represented as bronze figures around the main statues.