Residence Gardens

Interesting
The Renaissance garden of the Residence, surrounded by a peristyle, was laid out in 1613 by Maximilian 1. Separated from Odeonsplatz by a Neoclassical portico, architect Leo von Klenze's first work in 1816, it is an oasis of tranquillity popular with Francophile pétanque enthusiasts and the dancers who gather in the Diana pavilion, crowned with the allegorical figure of Bavaria.

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