EUROPE-GERMANY/Bavaria-Munchen/Munich-1

WORLD FAMOUS BUILDINGS

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From 'Explore worldwide' 1999,'National Geographic' 1994, http://www.emporis.com/

 

Karls Tor
  
 Munchen



 Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Frauenkirche
  
 Frauenplatz, Munchen



 Architect by Jorg Ganghofer on 1488. 99m height of cathedral. In 1525, The towers, a symbol of Munich, are capped by so-called Welsh Hoods'. This architectural motif, demonstrating a transition from Gothic to Renaissance, is frequently seen in south Germany. Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Residenz Museum
  
 Munchen




 Built on 1569-71 by Willem Eckel to house the collection of works of art of the duke of Bavaria, Albert V. The Wittelsbach residence in Munich was opened to the public in 1920 and now ranks among the finest palace museums in Europe. The Residenz was heavily bombed in the 2nd World War. Reconstruction began in 1945 and the works of art were returned as far as possible to their original locations. Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Victory Gate/The Siegestor
  
 Munchen



The gate was commissioned by King Ludwig I of Bavaria, designed by Friedrich von Gärtner and completed in 1852. The quadriga was created by Martin Wagner. The gate was originally dedicated to the glory of the Bavarian army. The Siegestor is a three-arched triumphal arch crowned with a statue of Bavaria with a lion-quadriga, similar in style to the Arch of Constantine in Rome and the Marble Arch in London. It's located between the university and the Ohmstraße. Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Alter Botan Garten
  
 Munchen




 Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Kunst Pavillon
  
 Alter Botan Garten, Munchen



 Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Englischer Garten
  
 Munchen



 Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Hofgarten
  
 Munchen




 Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Diesel Building
  
 Munchen



 Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Rathausgalerie
  
 Munchen



 Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Schweitzer Sortiment
  
 Munchen



 Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

St Michael's Church/Jesuitenkirche St Michael
  
 Neuhauser Street, Munchen




 Built by William V, Duke of Bavaria, known in German as Wilhelm, between 1583-1599 as a spiritual center for the Counter Reformation. The original plan is not known; the choir is the work of Fridrich Sustris. The former Jesuit church of St Michael in Munich is the largest Renaissance church north of the Alps. The foundation stone was laid in 1585. The style of the building had an enormous influence on Southern German early baroque architecture. Photo by Jungryul Kim(#1,2,4/15 September 2007), Byunguh Yu(#3/12 December 2009).

 

Justizpalast
  
 Munchen



 Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Alte Pinakothek der Moderne
  
 Munchen

 


 Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

St Peter
  
 Munchen




 Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

National Theather
  
 Max Joseph Platz, Munchen

 

Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Karlsplatz
  
 Munchen

 

Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Marienplatz
  
 Munchen

 

Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Neues Rathaus
  
 Marienplatz, Munchen

 

Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Ludwig Street
  
 Munchen

 

Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Hirmer Herrenmode
  
 28 Kaufinger Street, Munchen

 

Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Frauenplatz
  
 Neuhauser Street & Kaufinger Street, Munchen

 

Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Hettlage
  
 Neuhauser Street & Kaufinger Street, Munchen



Photo by Jungryul Kim on 15 September 2007.

 

Dallmayr
  
 Munchen




 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 12 December 2009.

 

Rosen Apotheke
  
 Munchen



 Photo by Byunguh Yu on 12 December 2009.

 

Muller'sches Volksbad
  
 Rosenheimer Street 1, Munchen



 Indoor swimming pool was 100 years old Art-Nouveau building. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 12 December 2009.