Munich: Kingdom to Nazi-Dictatorship OLX
- 40 US dollars$40
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The King’s Square, Konigsplatz, was built in the 18th century under King Ludwig I, who was a great supporter of all things Greece and a nonconformist. He wanted the square to be the main entrance to the city of Munich, the center of arts, the Athens of Isar River - hence the presence of classical buildings. Learn why the king abdicated. Guess who held their propaganda events in the square in the 1930s. Ask your guide where the art stolen by the Nazis was stored. Learn more about the dark history of the Third Reich. Join the conversation or listen in.
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