Travel and Explore Walhalla Temple in Bavaria, Germany

Would you like to see the different busts of famous and distinguished German personalities? It is time for you to visit Walhalla Temple located above Danube River in Donaustauf, a municipality near Regensburg in Bavaria, Germany. Here you can find famous people in German history from politicians to scientists, artists, religious leaders, philosophers, kings and knights, writers, heroes and heroines and a lot more. Walhalla is a neo-classical building conceived by King Ludwig I, King of Bavaria. It was built between 1830-1842 by Leo von Klenze, an architect.

Here are some photos taken during our third visit last May 2009. I hope I can find photos from the inside in my files next time. Have fun viewing!

side facing the Danube River, the second longest river in Europe.

the right side of it, where they made some minor renovations during our visit last May 2009.

 

2 Responses to “Travel and Explore Walhalla Temple in Bavaria, Germany”

  1. reymos Says:

    This is one of the German cities that I want to explore! Thanks for sharing your travelling experience.

  2. kumagcow Says:

    Wow swerte naman pa tour tour na lang heheh

    YOU ARE STILL IN MY BLOGROLL I AM CHECKING IF IM STILL IN YOURS! http://www.kumagcow.com http://techcow.blogspot.com 🙂

 

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