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Munich stopover19


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Munich (München) is the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria, on the banks of River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. Munich is the third largest city in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg, and the 12th biggest city of the European Union, with a population of above 1.5 million. The Munich Metropolitan Region is home to 5.8 million people

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Munich stopover19

  1. 1. 1919
  2. 2. The Angel of Peace (Friedensengel) is part of the Maximilian Park and a point de vue at the eastern end of a line of sight forming Prinzregentenstrasse, one of four royal avenues
  3. 3. Prinzregentenstrasse, one of four royal avenues
  4. 4. A column 38 metres high and in the Corinthian style is located here, on top of which is a six-metre statue of the angel of peace. It is a replica of the Nike of Paeonius
  5. 5. The monument have its small temple
  6. 6. The Angel of Peace (Friedensengel)
  7. 7. In the hall of the temple are gold mosaics which depict the allegories of war and peace, victory and blessing for the culture
  8. 8. Oberanger, Girl on the turtle by Jean Henninger, 1971
  9. 9. Oberanger, Girl on the turtle by Jean Henninger 1971 A similar fountain can be found in the 'Place de Austerlitz‘ in Strasbourg, France
  10. 10. At the entrance of HypoVereinsbank four figures, the pillars of society are illustrative of the post-war reconstruction Theatinerstraße 8
  11. 11. Hofgarten Nymphenbrunnen (Ludwig von Schwanthaler)
  12. 12. Hofgarten Nymphenbrunnen (Ludwig von Schwanthaler)
  13. 13. Max-Joseph-Platz, the former Törring-Jettenbach Palace
  14. 14. Max-Joseph-Platz, the Palais an der Oper (the former Törring-Jettenbach Palace) Johann Georg Hiltensperger - Horse Tamer (Men taming wild horses symbolize mankind’s struggle against the elements and the fight against passions)
  15. 15. The holy angel from Hubert Gerhard (1595) and side altars in St Michael church
  16. 16. Side altar in St Michael church
  17. 17. Side altar in St Michael church
  18. 18. Munich Neuhauser Straße and Frauenkirche St Michael church
  19. 19. Münchner Kindl at Sparkasse (Munich Savings Bank) Münchner Sparkasse (Munich Savings Bank) entrance
  20. 20. Münchner Sparkasse (Munich Savings Bank)
  21. 21. The Ruffini houses are a group of three houses that are characterized by the picturesque architecture typical of the turn of the century
  22. 22. The Ruffini houses were named after Johann Baptista Ruffini, a prominent salt merchant in Upper Bavaria
  23. 23. The Ruffini house on Sendlingerstraße was built in 1905 by Gabriel von Seidl, and its facade is richly adorned with frescoes up to the roof
  24. 24. Tower of St Peter church
  25. 25. Inside the Ruffini house today are a tourism office and part of the human resources and organizational departments for the city of Munich
  26. 26. Wolfsbrunnen A fountain erected in 1904 by a family by the name of Wolf We ordered this monument husband and wife Adolf Wolf and Apollonia
  27. 27. Wolfsbrunnen Sculptors Heinrich Düll and Georg Petzold
  28. 28. Wolfsbrunnen Installed in 1904, the fountain is located on the square Am Kosttor
  29. 29. Text & Pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu Sound: Roy Black - Das Mädchen Carina; Von Herz zu Herz; Danke schön 2016