bernhard hartmann

MUNICH OPERA AT GÄRTNERPLATZ

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In recent years, Bernhard Hartmann has been photographing theatres and opera houses in various regions of Germany. The Munich Opera at Gätnerplatz is located on Max-Joseph-Platz. It was Maximilian I of Bavaria who ordered its construction. The plans were drawn by Karl von Fischer, who was inspired by the Odéon in Paris. The theatre opened its doors in 1818. This first theatre was destroyed in a fire in 1823. It was immediately rebuilt and reopened in 1825. The second theatre was designed by Leo von Klenze. In 1930, the building was modified in order to provide a wider stage and modernised facilities. In October 1943, it was destroyed when the city was shelled. Architect Gerhard Moritz Graubner recreated the original Neoclassical building after the war, based on Karl von Fischer?s plans.

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