Palace Moy, Munich (Palais Moy)

The Palais Moy is a former classical-style palace located in the old town of Munich, on the west side of the Odeonsplatz.

The Palace was built from 1819 until the court architect Leo von Klenze.

The first owner representative of the property was the jeweler Franz Xaver of Trautmann.

The Palace had the interior lavishly decorated in different styles. During the history the building was divided into two separate houses and changed a few owners.

During the Second world war the Palace was destroyed.

In 1950 - 1952 the building was rebuilt by German architect Georg Helmut Winkler. Both parts of the house were reunited, and the former division of the Palace into two parts, today we can see only on the "seam" on the roof. The design of the facade was based heavily on the classic model Klenze. Large arched Windows in the form of arcades on the ground floor was created as a more suitable as showcases for new stores, located in the building than existed initially a small rectangular window.

The house has a courtyard and is corner.

The Western facade of the former Palace overlooks the square Odeonsplatz, North street Brienner straße (Brienner Straße), East in the courtyards of nearby buildings, and the South is adjacent to Teatinerkirhe (free Wi-Fi. Kajetan / Theater the Church of St. Caetano).

View of the Western and Northern facades of the Palace My

My Palace on the right, Teatinerkirhe - left

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