The fountain at Jakobsplatz
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Panoramic photo by Carl W. von Einem EXPERT Taken 17:42, 19/07/2008 - Views loading...


The fountain at Jakobsplatz

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Just between some of the busiest shopping areas of Munich is this lovely place. The fountain and the park benches are relatively new as is the Synagoge with the Jewish Museum. People from Munich still have a curious look at the Synagoge but more and more are beginning to accept the place as a little oasis.

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This panorama was taken in Munich

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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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