The Residenz was the home of the Wittelsbach rulers of Bavaria from 1508 until WW1. Significantly damaged during Allied bombing in WW2, but subsequently restored, it’s now a vast and sprawling museum that reflects the power and splendour of Bavaria’s former rulers:
© Mark Simms Photography (2017)
8 Responses to “The Residenzmuseum”
The architecture looks amazing, regretting not visiting when I was there!
Sounds like an excuse for a revisit 😊
Really nice pictures 🙂
What an amazing place. Wonderful pictures Mark!
Thanks Adrian 😊
It is impressive! Beautiful pictures!