Herkules Hall of the Munich Residence
Meisterkonzert im Herkulessaal
The Hercules Hall was originally the throne room of Louis I and was built as a concert hall after its reconstruction. It served as a replacement for Klenze’s Odeon, which was also destroyed. Until the opening of the Philharmonie am Gasteig, it was the most important concert hall in Munich. Its name comes from the tapestries depicting the Hercules saga commissioned by Duke Albrecht V in 1556.
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