History can tell us many things, and we can learn from our mistakes and the mistakes of our ancestors to make the future a little more hopeful. Munich is a city of history, and it has a very dark history due to Hitler. This city was the central city for the Nazi regime, and the Nazis had exploited it very much.
In the first bloody half of the 20th century, the Bavarian city of Munich was unfortunate to become the birthplace and capital of the Nazi movement after the Nazi German Workers’ Party was formed within the town in 1920. it had been here that Hitler had made his first attempts at grabbing power.
Let’s take a look at our 3rd Reich Munich tour.
The Führerbau – translated as “the Führer’s building” – may be a National Socialist German Workers’ Party edifice located in Königsplatz and was built from 1933 to 1937 to the planning of architect Paul Ludwig Troost. Hitler made the preliminary plans in 1931.
During the world war, it served as a representative building for Hitler and his allies. The Führerbau building has historical importance because it is located where the Chamberlain of the UK and Hitler signed the Munich treaty for seizing fire in September 1938.
This building was built between 1841 and 1844 on one of the old city gates. It’s modeled the planning on the Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence.
3) Hofbrauhaus hall
The Hofbräuhaus is perhaps the best-known “watering hole” in Munich. In1589, this hall was founded by the Duke of Bavaria, Wilhelm V, and initially, surprisingly enough, wasn’t hospitable to the general public. Luckily for today’s tourists and locals, though, in 1828, it finally opened to the masses. Today, this great spot, thick with a traditional atmosphere and friendly vibes, is where you’ll come to enjoy typical Bavarian food to your heart’s content, hear the Oompah band play.
4) Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall)
Unlike many other demolished buildings, it had been left untouched to form a way for the installation. The town hall was built in the second half of the 15th century by a famous architect. It is truly a marvel of architecture. It was modeled after Moorish and gothic influences, which were later remodeled in neo-gothic style.
The Sterneckerbräu was a brewery in Munich. The DAP members met once every week within the restaurant on the primary floor of the building. On 12 September 1919, Hitler attended a DAP gathering on behalf of the intelligence command of the military. Which happened during a meeting room of the Sterneckerbräu, and he was invited to hitch the party. He accepted the invitation and, on thereon the date became the DAP’s 55th member.
6) Hitler’s residency in Munich
Hitler stayed in this city in March 1920, and his residency is around the block where he organized the Nazi party and planned genocide of people. It was also a headquarter of the nazi party. This building still stands, and it is used as a storage room.