Befrieungshalle or Hall of Liberation in Kelheim, Bavaria

Have you heard about the “Befreiungshalle” or the so-called Hall of Liberation in Kelheim, Germany? Actually it is a historical classical monument located at Mount Michelsberg on top of Kelheim in the state of Bavaria, Germany. I once visited this historical building last April 2007. I was amazed by the monuments and statues that you can see inside this magnificent building. It only looks small but if you go inside and climb it’s top, you will surely say, whew it is quite tiring. On top of this building, you can see the whole Kelheim and the famous Danube River.

I guess it is better to give you a bit information about this building. King Ludwig I of Bavaria ordered the Befreiungshalle to be built in order to commemorate the victories against Napoleon during the Wars of Liberation that lasted from 1813 to 1815.

During our visit here, I want to take more pictures but I was not able to do so because I forgot to bring some extra sd memory cards for my camera. At least I have some photos..

The Befreiungshalle or “Hall of Liberation” in Kelheim, Bavaria

 
 

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