Hofgarten city park was designed in 1613-1617 by order of Duke Maximilian I in the style of the Italian Renaissance. It is part of the architectural complex of the Munich Residence, which closes it from the south and is an extension of the English Garden. The gates leading to the park and built in 1816 are the first work by Leo von Klenze in Munich. You can view murals in its eastern part. They depict scenes from the life of the Wittelsbach. In the north of the park is the German Theatre Museum (Deutsche Theatermuseum). On certain days people come to the Pavilion for the Goddess Diana (Dianatempel), located in the center of the park, to listen to concerts and dance salsa and tango.