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Deutsches Jagd- und Fischereimuseum, München

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A: Demolition Work

od Markus Matern, 20 meters away

In the Munich city centre you find quite some building work going on. For this building the demolitio...

Demolition Work

B: Demolition Work

od Markus Matern, 30 meters away

In the Munich city centre you find quite some building work going on. For this building the demolitio...

Demolition Work

D: Construction work near Frauenkirche

od Markus Matern, 90 meters away

Construction work near Frauenkirche

E: St. Michael

od Markus Matern, 100 meters away

St. Michael

F: Devil's footprint in Munich's Church of Our Lady

od Matthias Kunze, 110 meters away

According to an old Munich legend, at this point, the devil has stamped so firmly on the floor of the...

Devil's footprint in Munich's Church of Our Lady

G: Construction Work in the City Centre

od Markus Matern, 150 meters away

The headquarters of Munich's largest newspaper is gone and the construction works for the new buildin...

Construction Work in the City Centre

H: Demolition Work

od Markus Matern, 180 meters away

In the Munich city centre you find quite some building work going on. This is the ongoing demolition ...

Demolition Work

I: Löwenhofpassage

od Markus Matern, 190 meters away

Not far from Munichs busy and crowded pedestrian zone there are almost secret backyards to discover. ...

Löwenhofpassage

J: Munichs 'Secret' Jacko Memorial

od Mark Simons, 220 meters away

Munichs 'Secret' Jacko Memorial

This panorama was taken in Mnichov

This is an overview of Mnichov

Munich is the capital of the German state of Bavaria and is Germany's third largest city, located on the River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. Black and gold - the colors of the Holy Roman Empire - have been the city's official colors since the time of Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor.

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