The Palace of Catalan Music - located on a crowded street in Barcelona, Spain. This concert hall was inaugurated in 1908 and declared a World Heritage Site in '97. The hall seats 2,200 people, and is the only auditorium in Europe that is illuminated entirely by natural daytime light. This is due to skylights and intricate stain-glassed designs. More than half a million people a year attend musical performances in what is said to be "the most beautiful concert hall in the world". We agree!
This inspiring room is the Herkulessaal (Hercules Hall) in Munich, the primary concert venue for the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. This place is part of the larger Munich Residenz which is the formal royal palace of the Bavarian monarchs. The neo-classical 250 metre long Banqueting Hall Wing (Festsaalbau) in the N section of the Residenz was added between 1832 + 1842. Here were located the royal reception halls and the large throne room (now the Herkulessaal Hall)