The Goddess of Victory and Luitpoldbrücke is an iconic memorial and bridge located in Munich, Germany. The Goddess of Victory is a bronze statue placed atop a column that is about 25 meters tall. It was originally made for King Ludwig I to commemorate the victory of the Bavarian army during the Franco-Prussian War. It stands associated with the Luitpoldbrücke which is a bridge that passes over the Isar River. The Luitpoldbrücke was used as a ceremonial entrance to Munich since 1904 and is also a popular spot among pre-wedding photographers. Both may be seen while walking or dining at one of the many cafes around the area. The beauty of the Goddess of Victory and Luitpoldbrücke makes it a must-see destination for those visiting the city.
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