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 that time. We quite enjoyed viewing the tall, decorative facades. Nice statue figures can be seen atop the Avant-corps of the building while small obelisks are situated atop its four corners.
It is an impressive building exterior to view. If skies are blue, it is a nice landmark building to photograph as well. We didn't realise a visit to the inside was possible until after our trip. That has been saved for our next visit to Munich.
Note: It is also worth spending a few minutes to enjoy the Neues Justizgebaude (New Palace of Justice) building right next door. This is a brown brick, Neo-gothic style building with impressive step gables and a great clock face.
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