Entrance to cabinet garden Munich Residenz

The Munich Residenz has been the Bavarian monarch’s royal palace in Munich. The first buildings date back to the year 1385. The Residenz has 10 courts. This one is called the cabinet garden.


Entrance to cabinet garden Munich Residenz 

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