Christopher Street Day - Parade
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Christopher Street Day - Parade

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The Christopher Street Day (CSD) is an annual European LGBT celebration held in Munich. Only Germany and Switzerland use the term CSD, in other countries, the same kind of event is called Gay Pride or Pride Parade.

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A: Christopher Street Day - Slave

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Christopher Street Day - Slave

B: Marienplatz with flower decorated town hall

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Munich's city center in the low standing sun attracts pedestrians.

Marienplatz with flower decorated town hall

C: The Marienplatz square in downtown Munich

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The Marienplatz square in downtown Munich

D: Marienplatz

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The rising sun illuminates the town hall of Munich on a cold winterday. More panoramas at www.derPano...


E: Celebrating Munich's 850th foundation of town

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Celebrating Munich's 850th foundation of town

F: Christmas Tree at Marienplatz

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A group of people looking at the Christmas Tree in front of the City Hall of Munich. The place is cal...

Christmas Tree at Marienplatz

G: Marienplatz

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H: Christmas Market

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Christmas Market

I: Marienplatz

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Munich's city center in the warm spring sun attracts lots of visitors.


J: Subway Pedestrian Passage

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This deserted pedestrian passageway is usually very crowded. It leads from the subway tube to the Mar...

Subway Pedestrian Passage



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.