Lets start with two very bavarian destinations the Ruhmeshalle also called Befreiungshalle (liberation hall) and the Walhalla, both commisioned by the bavarian king Ludwig I in the 19th century. This is not the place to dive into the Bavarian and German history, this is the place to show some of the work I did in both places. Indoors these places are a real pleasure to shoot (no tripods allowed...) and they offer lots of great angles and options to compose interesting pictures.
A short summary of both places.
Walhalla is buildt high above the danube with a magnificent view over the bavarian lowlands. Ludwig the Firsts idea was to establish a place to commemorate the great men/womans of german speaking origin. Kings, reformers, artists, composers all have their busts in the Walhalla. The Liberation Hall is honering the liberation from the French occupation during the Napoleonic wars. All major battles have their plaque in this building.
Scaffolding prevented me to make pictures of the liberation hall from the outside.