Glyptothek Munich
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Panoramic photo by Jürgen Schrader EXPERT Taken 09:40, 09/07/2011 - Views loading...


Glyptothek Munich

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The Glyptothek, as part of an ensemble of buildings around Munichs Königsplatz,  was built in 1830 by architect Leo von Klenze as a housing for the collection of ancient Greek and Roman sculptures that Bavarian King Ludwig I. made available for the public.

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Munich is the capital of the German state of Bavaria and is Germany's third largest city, located on the River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. Black and gold - the colors of the Holy Roman Empire - have been the city's official colors since the time of Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor.

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