Justizpalast is the Palace of Justice in Munich. This building still houses the Bavarian Ministry of Justice and parts of the Regional Court.
The palace was built in 1887 and the architecture was built in the neo-baroque style. Both the exterior of the building and the interior decoration is very impressive and nice to look at.
Even though it is a government building, it open to the public for free. Do remember to get the free pamphlet at the entrance as it provides useful information regarding the building.
Do remember to visit court room 253 as the White Rose trials took place here.
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