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I LOVE old architecture and ornate, details old buildings. They fascinate me. This one is close to one of the most beautiful buildings I've seen. It's awe inspiring just to look at the size and detail in the building and the care taken to create...More
Justizpalast Munich is situated at the west side of Karlsplatz.
The palace was build in 1890 - 1897, in neo - baroque style.
The building have a huge central glass dome, and six columns with Corinthian capitals.
A landmark building in Munich is Justizpalast (Palace of Justice) at Karlsplatz. This is a courthouse complex constructed near the end of the 19th century in Neo-Baroque manner.
Having survived WWII almost fully intact, Justizpalast provides a nice opportunity of architecture that was popular at...More
Palace of Justice dominates the west side of the famous Karlsplatz Square (Stachus). The walking distance from Marienplatz (Mary's Square) is about 900 metres. This magnificent neo-baroque gem of the city of Munich was constructed between 1890 and 1897. Worth a visit!
One of the few historic 19th century buildings to survive WW2 bombing, this is a fine example of the architecture of that era.
Unfortunately it was too early in the day to go inside but other reviewers have mentioned the famous courtroom where the White...More
Archaetecture at its best.. this is the ministry of justice building that houses two other offices . This is one of the buildings in Munuch where you must stop and say wow and take pics of course. Its really a majestic building and is quite...More