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Munich Skyline Panoramic Picture, Germany

Munich Skyline Panoramic Picture, Germany

SKU: MUN1
This panoramic photograph of Munich was taken by James Blakeway. It features central Munich, the capital of Bavaria, with its many churches and beautiful architecture. Much of Munich was destroyed in World War II but most historic structures were rebuilt. Munich was host to the 1972 Olympics and each year hosts Oktoberfest, the worlds largest annual fair which is attended by more than 6 million people. All car traffic has been banned from Munich's central pedestrian zone, this place is made for walking. The rounded twin towers in the center of the photograph is the Frauenkirche.
Munich Skyline Panoramic Picture, Germany-Series 2

Munich Skyline Panoramic Picture, Germany-Series 2

SKU: MUN2
This panoramic photograph of Munich was taken by James Blakeway. It features one of the most visited areas in Munich, the capital of Bavaria, with its many important churches and beautiful architecture. Frauenkirche is the church with the two, green-topped steeples. To its right is the ornate white Rathaus, or City Hall, that is enjoyed by the crowds that gather at the square called Marienplatz. The church on the right with three domes is Theatinerkirche. Left of the plaza is Peterskirche with its two clocks. For a fantastic view of Marienplatz and the area, people can go to the top of Peterskirche.
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Munich, Germany Skyline Pictures

As the largest city in the German state of Bavaria, Munich skyline pictures show a city home to 1.4 million people working in one of the top financial and publishing centers in the world. Munich panoramic pictures are an interesting mix of impressive new modern buildings and historic architecture, which is especially inspiring when reflecting that the residents lovingly restored many of these historic places after they were destroyed in World War II.

One of the most interesting points of note in Munich photos is that the central areas of the city have banned all car traffic, making the city a great place to explore on foot. At the city's center is the Marienplatz, a large square featured in many Munich skyline pictures. Residents and tourists often gather in this square for entertainment, or just to admire the city architecture, such as the white Rathaus building easily spotted in Munich panoramas. The most famous building seen in Munich photos of its city center however is the Frauenkirche, which is the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Munich and Freising.

Another famous cathedral to be seen in Munich skyline photos is the Theatinerkirche, a basilica constructed in Italianate High Baroque style which has had a significant influence in Bavarian baroque architecture. The oldest church in the inner city seen in Munich skyline pictures is the Peterskirche, which is an excellent example of Romanesque architecture. Excellent views of the Munich skyline can be found by visiting the top of Peterskirche.

When viewing the characteristic skyline in Munich photos, it's easy to see the appeal this city has in Bavarian tourism. Within a short commute from many other famous European cities and landmarks, the sight of the dazzling Bavarian Alps in the distance provides a beautiful image in Munich skyline pictures that will inspire a visit from many.

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