The Glockenspiel
The Glockenspiel

Every day at 11 a.m. (as well as 12 p.m. and 5 p.m. in summer) it chimes and re-enacts two stories from the 16th century

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The Eisbach
The Eisbach

Surfing on the man made river that flows through Munich

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A piano?
A piano?

These guys are taking the business of busking to a whole new level.

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Schmalznudel
Schmalznudel

Man I miss these.

 The Glockenspiel as seen from the bell tower of St. Peter's Church

The Glockenspiel as seen from the bell tower of St. Peter's Church

St. Peter's Church
St. Peter's Church
Saint Munditia
Saint Munditia

The patron saint of "spinsters"

Viscardigasse alley
Viscardigasse alley

Following 1923's abortive Beer Hall Putsch, and the subsequent rise of the Nazi party, the Feldherrnhalle became a monument for Hitler's movement, with pedestrians expected to salute when passing by, but the nearby Viscardigasse alley provided an alternate route for those that refused to show their support.

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 Some strange art on the walls of the Munich Residenz

Some strange art on the walls of the Munich Residenz

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Munich Residenz
Munich Residenz
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Brunch the Bavarian way
Brunch the Bavarian way
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Field Trip!
Field Trip!
The Glockenspiel
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The Eisbach
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A piano?
MunichSQ-6.jpg
MunichSQ-7.jpg
Schmalznudel
 The Glockenspiel as seen from the bell tower of St. Peter's Church
St. Peter's Church
Saint Munditia
Viscardigasse alley
MunichSQ-13.jpg
MunichSQ-14.jpg
 Some strange art on the walls of the Munich Residenz
MunichSQ-16.jpg
Munich Residenz
MunichSQ-18.jpg
MunichSQ-19.jpg
MunichSQ-20.jpg
MunichSQ-21.jpg
MunichSQ-22.jpg
MunichSQ-23.jpg
MunichSQ-24.jpg
MunichSQ-25.jpg
Brunch the Bavarian way
MunichSQ-27.jpg
MunichSQ-28.jpg
MunichSQ-29.jpg
MunichSQ-30.jpg
MunichSQ-31.jpg
Field Trip!
The Glockenspiel

Every day at 11 a.m. (as well as 12 p.m. and 5 p.m. in summer) it chimes and re-enacts two stories from the 16th century

The Eisbach

Surfing on the man made river that flows through Munich

A piano?

These guys are taking the business of busking to a whole new level.

Schmalznudel

Man I miss these.

The Glockenspiel as seen from the bell tower of St. Peter's Church

St. Peter's Church
Saint Munditia

The patron saint of "spinsters"

Viscardigasse alley

Following 1923's abortive Beer Hall Putsch, and the subsequent rise of the Nazi party, the Feldherrnhalle became a monument for Hitler's movement, with pedestrians expected to salute when passing by, but the nearby Viscardigasse alley provided an alternate route for those that refused to show their support.

Some strange art on the walls of the Munich Residenz

Munich Residenz
Brunch the Bavarian way
Field Trip!
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