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Salvatorkirche (Church of the Savior) is a gothic church in Munich, Germany, the former cemetery church of the Frauenkirche (Cathedral of Our Blessed Lady). Since 1829 the church has been used by Greek Orthodox Christians and it was the headquarters of the Metropolitan of Germany and Exarch of Central Europe. It is called "Transfiguration of the Savior" by the Greek Orthodox community.

A combined funfair and market held three times a year on the Mariahilfplatz.


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One of the two "Schalenbrunnen" on the Geschwister-Scholl-Platz in the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität.


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New townhall


(Pillar of holy Mary)


Train station at Marienplatz in Munich

Olympic park 1972

TV Tower

Swimming hall (tent)


Swan on the nest. Seen while boating on the "Kleinhesseloher See" in the English Garden.


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Highlight Towers is a twin tower office skyscraper complex completed in 2004 in Munich, Germany.


The towers are joined by two bridges made of glass and steel combine to offer the two planned by architects Murphy/Jahn of Chicago. Tower I is 126 m (413 ft) with 33 storeys, and Tower II is 113 m (371 ft) with 28 storey which make them among the highest buildings in the city. Also in the complex are two low-rise buildings between the twin towers, that serve as a hotel and additional office space. (Wikipedia)



Well...I like taking pictures of my buddies so here is another pictures of Julian (my main model haha :D )


He´s using a 400D and 50/1.8 and he looooved it. (Yes he loved it and has 2 5D´s :D )


I´ll upload some more soon but I have some serious trouble with my wi-fi since I upgraded my Mac to Lion. :/


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Johann Sebastian Bach - Toccata e fuga in Re minore (Karl Richter

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The Nymphenburg Palace (German: Schloss Nymphenburg), i. e., "Castle of the Nymph (or Nymphs)", is a Baroque palace in Munich, Bavaria, southern Germany. The palace was the main summer residence of the former rulers of Bavaria of the House of Wittelsbach. (

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Oktoberfest 2014


Interior of the Ruhmeshalle - Innenansicht der Ruhmeshalle


The Ruhmeshalle (literally hall of fame) is a Doric colonnade with a main range and two wings, designed by Leo von Klenze for Ludwig I of Bavaria. It is situated on an ancient ledge above the Theresienwiese in Munich.

Die Ruhmeshalle ist eine von Leo von Klenze im Auftrag König Ludwigs I. von Bayern entworfene, dreiflügelige dorische Säulenhalle auf einer Isarhangkante oberhalb der Theresienwiese in München. Sie wurde in den Jahren 1843 bis 1853 zusammen mit der Statue der Bavaria erbaut und bildet mit ihr eine bauliche Einheit. (Wikipedia)

Max-Joseph-Platz /Monument

National theatre

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this really is the ceiling not the floor!




Das Neue Rathaus am Marienplatz in München ist Sitz des Oberbürgermeisters, des Stadtrates und Hauptsitz der Stadtverwaltung. Es wurde von 1867 bis 1909 in drei Bauabschnitten durch Georg von Hauberrisser im neugotischen Stil erbaut.


Der Dom zu Unserer Lieben Frau in der Münchner Altstadt, oft Frauenkirche genannt, ist Kathedralkirche des Erzbischofs von München und Freising und gilt als das Wahrzeichen der bayerischen Landeshauptstadt München.


Der dreischiffige spätgotische Backsteinbau mit umlaufendem Kapellenkranz ist 109 m lang, 40 m breit und 37 m hoch. Entgegen einer weit verbreiteten Legende, die besagt, dass die beiden Türme mit ihren charakteristischen Hauben sich um genau einen Meter in der Höhe unterscheiden, sind diese fast gleich hoch: Der Nordturm misst 98,57 Meter, der Südturm dagegen nur 98,45 Meter.


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Love this place 😍


Hl. Geist KIrche

Afterglow above the Kleinhesseloher See in the English Garden in Munich.


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The Bavaria is a monumental bronze statue cast between 1844 and 1850.

Since Classical Antiquity it was the first statue that consist entirely of cast bronze, therefore it was and is up to the present day considered a technological masterpiece. Due to its size it had to be cast in several pieces.

It stands 18.52 meters tall and weighs about 87 tons. An internal circular staircase leads up to a platform in the head, where four openings in the helmet provide a view of the Theresienwiese and downtown Munich.


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Canon stitched pano from 3 shots 10 mm vertical.

Software: Hugin Panorama stitcher.

Era de noche, llovía plácidamente sobre la ciudad casi desierta y todo invitaba a hacer ésta foto.....

Yo me limité a hacerla.

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