¶ 2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 series of large frescoes, now somewhat faded- This gate is at the intersection of two streets and has many entrances and exits- Was built nearly 700 years ago, but restored in 1833.
¶ 3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 1 Thence to Siegesther or gate of Victory at the extremity of the Ludwigstasse, new and hansome, a copy of the Constantine of Rome, ornamented with statuary and bas-reliefs, its top surmounted with a colossal group in bronze representing the goddess of Bavaria in her chariot drawn by Lions- One of these Lions was sent to the worlds exposition at Paris and won the first prize-
¶ 4 Leave a comment on paragraph 4 0 As we pass through Wittelsbacher-platz we particularly notice and admire the large equestrian statue of the Elector Maximillian 1st modelled [sic] by Thorwalsden [sic] 19ft high above the pedestal, erected by King Louis in 1839.
¶ 5 Leave a comment on paragraph 5 1 Nearly one oclock, we drive to the suberbs [sic] towards the Arsenal and stop at the Royal Bronze Foundry, belonging to the Bavarian Govt and celebrated for making the largest and finest bronze pieces in the world. And we were pleased to find our own country so largely represented in the model-rooms- more than half our of their models being for bronzes sent to America-