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Munich (München) is the capital
and largest city of the German
state of Bavaria and is the third
largest city in Germany, ...
Karlsplatz/Stachus
The square is
named after Elector
Karl Theodor. The
locals prefer to call
it "Stachus" after
the forena...
Justizpalast - Palace of Justice
Monumental building in the Neobaroque style. Entrance:
Prielmayerstrasse. Today district ...
Justizpalast
Palace of Justice
Justizpalast (Palace of Justice), built 1891-1897
Munich was first mentioned
in 1158
From 1255 the city was seat
of the Bavarian Dukes
Justizpalast (Palace of Justice) details
Justizpalast (Palace of Justice)
The Old Botanical Garden
was created under King
Maximilian in 1814 (most of
the tender specimens were
moved in the early 2...
The Old Botanical Garden
The Neptune Fountain, on the south side
The Neptune Fountain, by Josef Wackerle1937
Justizpalast (Palace of Justice) and the Old Botanical Garden
The Neptune Fountain,
by Josef Wackerle1937
and Justizpalast (Palace
of Justice)
The Neptune Fountain dates from the Nazi period when the garden was turned into a public park
The Neptune Fountain, by
Josef Wackerle1937 (detail)
The Kleine Propyläen
Karls Gate (Karlstor). The building is the westernmost of three remaining gothic town gates out of originally five
Modern Karlstor view outbound towards Karlsplatz
Karlstor (Karls Gate), a medieval city gate details
“The Three Musicians” by Konrad Knoll (1865) at the northern side of the Karlstor (Karls Gate)
Pedestrian area of Neuhauser Strasse near the Stachus​​
Brunnenbuberl fountain 1895
This naked young boy was
initially greeted by public
outcry in 1895, when local
sculptor Matthias Gasteiger
(1871-1934) re...
Herzog-Max Straße
In the pedestrian area of Kaufingerstrasse
St.Michael Kirche
Karlsplatz
Neptun fountain
Justizpalast
During World War II,
Munich was heavily
bombed
Traditionalcooper,orbarrelmaker
More than 50% of
the entire city and
up to 90% of the
historic centre was
destroyed
Endless Staircase outside the KPMG Building
Endless
Staircase outside
the KPMG
Building
Gockel,
Hinkel and
Gackeleia, in
memory of
Clemens
Brentano
(1778-1842,
poet)
Gockel, Hinkel and Gackeleia,
in memory of Clemens
Brentano (1778-1842, poet),
Herzog Wilhelm Str. 13,
1981 by Angelika Fa...
Walking man
by Jonathan
Borofsky
(American, 1942)
17 metres tall and
weighing 16
tonnes
Walkingman,
Leopoldstrasse
Walking man
Leopoldstrasse
Text: Internet
Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu & Internet
Copyright: All the images belong to their authors
Presentation: Sanda...
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  2. 2. Munich (München) is the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria and 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. The city is a major centre of art, advanced technologies, finance, publishing, education, innovation, culture, business, and tourism in Germany and Europe and enjoys a very high standard and quality of living, reaching #1 in Germany and #4 worldwide according to the 2015 Mercer survey
  3. 3. Karlsplatz/Stachus The square is named after Elector Karl Theodor. The locals prefer to call it "Stachus" after the forename of Eustachius Foederl who kept a popular inn and beer garden on this site in the 18th century. In the middle of the half round buildings in the neo-Baroque style the remains of Karlstor, a medieval city gate
  4. 4. Justizpalast - Palace of Justice Monumental building in the Neobaroque style. Entrance: Prielmayerstrasse. Today district court. Built 1891-1897 according plans of architect F.v.Thiersch. Opportunity of taking a glance into the with a gigantic steel glass dome roofed courtyard
  5. 5. Justizpalast Palace of Justice
  6. 6. Justizpalast (Palace of Justice), built 1891-1897
  7. 7. Munich was first mentioned in 1158 From 1255 the city was seat of the Bavarian Dukes
  8. 8. Justizpalast (Palace of Justice) details
  9. 9. Justizpalast (Palace of Justice)
  10. 10. The Old Botanical Garden was created under King Maximilian in 1814 (most of the tender specimens were moved in the early 20th century to the New Botanical Garden behind Schloss Nymphenburg, leaving this island of city-centre greenery) The neoclassical entrance gate is called the Kleine Propyläen and is a leftover from the original gardens
  11. 11. The Old Botanical Garden
  12. 12. The Neptune Fountain, on the south side
  13. 13. The Neptune Fountain, by Josef Wackerle1937
  14. 14. Justizpalast (Palace of Justice) and the Old Botanical Garden
  15. 15. The Neptune Fountain, by Josef Wackerle1937 and Justizpalast (Palace of Justice)
  16. 16. The Neptune Fountain dates from the Nazi period when the garden was turned into a public park
  17. 17. The Neptune Fountain, by Josef Wackerle1937 (detail)
  18. 18. The Kleine Propyläen
  19. 19. Karls Gate (Karlstor). The building is the westernmost of three remaining gothic town gates out of originally five
  20. 20. Modern Karlstor view outbound towards Karlsplatz
  21. 21. Karlstor (Karls Gate), a medieval city gate details
  22. 22. “The Three Musicians” by Konrad Knoll (1865) at the northern side of the Karlstor (Karls Gate)
  23. 23. Pedestrian area of Neuhauser Strasse near the Stachus​​
  24. 24. Brunnenbuberl fountain 1895
  25. 25. This naked young boy was initially greeted by public outcry in 1895, when local sculptor Matthias Gasteiger (1871-1934) refused to supply him with a fig leaf, even when Prince Regent Luitpold personally asked for it - the artist was king in München! Nevertheless, he went on to win the gold medal at a prestigious international sculpture competition in Paris and is today Munich's best-loved fountain
  26. 26. Herzog-Max Straße
  27. 27. In the pedestrian area of Kaufingerstrasse
  28. 28. St.Michael Kirche Karlsplatz Neptun fountain Justizpalast
  29. 29. During World War II, Munich was heavily bombed
  30. 30. Traditionalcooper,orbarrelmaker More than 50% of the entire city and up to 90% of the historic centre was destroyed
  31. 31. Endless Staircase outside the KPMG Building
  32. 32. Endless Staircase outside the KPMG Building
  33. 33. Gockel, Hinkel and Gackeleia, in memory of Clemens Brentano (1778-1842, poet)
  34. 34. Gockel, Hinkel and Gackeleia, in memory of Clemens Brentano (1778-1842, poet), Herzog Wilhelm Str. 13, 1981 by Angelika Fazekas
  35. 35. Walking man by Jonathan Borofsky (American, 1942) 17 metres tall and weighing 16 tonnes
  36. 36. Walkingman, Leopoldstrasse
  37. 37. Walking man Leopoldstrasse
  38. 38. Text: Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu & Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela Sound: Cecilia Bartoli - Amami e vederai (Agostino Steffani) 08.2016

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