RESIDENZ
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Germany’s largest city palace, the Residenz was constructed over the course of 500 years, combing stylistic influences from the Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, and Classicism. From the early 16th century until the end of WW I, it served as the residence and seat of government of the Bavarian rulers who amassed a large collection of art and handicrafts. Today, these treasures can be seen in the Residenz Museum, the Treasury, and the Porcelain Cabinet. Other highlights include the Antiquarium, the most lavish Renaissance hall this side of the Alps; the Cuvilliés Theater; the King’s Tract by Leo von Klenze; the Fountain Court; the State Collection of Ancient Egyptian Art; and the Hofgarten.

DISTRICT
Altstadt
ADDRESS
PHONE
+4989290671
WEBSITE
OPENING TIMES
Apr–Sep: Daily 9 am to 6 pm
Oct–Mar: Daily 10 am to 5 pm
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
S1–8 Marienplatz
U3, U4, U5, U6 Odeonsplatz

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