Just walking and exploring nearby the square, we discovered many interesting things.
Munich city centre is not just a place for shopping or sight-seeing only. It’s rich of historical backgrounds at every structure and building still present today.
We discovered that, the Munich central has many World War II bombs left uncovered underground which have been detected only during the construction works.
It’s a historical brewery built in 1589, where Hitler gave his first speech to his Nazi Party. Nowadays, it’s the most famous brewery/restaurant in Monaco of Bavaria owned by the Bavarian state government, where they serve good food and music; and it’s always packed everyday, can’t even get a seat. If you plan to dine here, you better make a reservation and come early.
It’s where the infamous fatal gun battle took place, during the Beer Hall Putsch in 1923. On the background there is the Feldherrnhalle which is a monumental loggia, and during the Nazi era it served as a monument commemorating the death of 16 members of the Nazi party.