A Day in Munich


Hello everyone! Lovely day here and we’ve just showed around Munich a friend from Canada. I just love this city. We started with a rainbow in Stachus.


Followed by churches’ visit. St. Peter’s Church (Munich’s oldest church, housing the jeweled skeleton of St. Mundita, plus a tower with city views), Assam Church (compact 1700s church known for its lavish, baroque interior swathed in gold leaf, frescoes and stucco), St. Michael’s Church (this Renaissance-style church was increased in size after the tower collapsed during construction), Frauenkirche (Gothic church with iconic domed towers), Theatinerkirche (domed baroque Catholic church with striking yellow facade & ornate white stucco interior).

Not to forget, our city hall, Marienplatz, which is our central square

We also went to Viktualienmarkt, which is a daily food market and a square in the centre of Munich. The Viktualienmarkt developed from an original farmers’ market to a popular market for gourmets.

We had lunch in Hofbräuhaus, which is a 3-floor beer hall dating back to the 16th century, with a Bavarian restaurant, shows & upbeat vibe

Some souvenirs from Munich

We really had a nice day. I hope you all have a great week. Cheers!

For: KHDA – The sublime working environment – Echoes Of My Neighbourhood by Jackie, Ten Things of Thankful 166 (Blessings) #10Thankful by Lizzi, Skywatch Friday – 25 August 2016 Edition , framed in rock…, SEASONS – ALREADY THE END OF AUGUST?!, Jo’s Monday walk : Tall Ships Regatta at Blyth

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22 thoughts on “A Day in Munich

  1. What a treat – all these beautiful buildings and interiors:) What is new to me are the beautiful flowers at the balconies of the church!Many thanks for sharing this outing with SEASONS! Have a great week, and “talk” to you soon:)

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