13901694958Bamberg is located in northern Bavaria, Germany. It was built in 1007 AD and was once the residence of the Roman emperor and bishop. The layered red roofs in the old town of Bamberg, the brick-and-timbered houses, waterways and bridges, and the flowers on the balconies of every household are all worthy of nostalgia. Bamberg has the title of Little Venice. The small city contains all the medieval-style buildings since the Roman period. The city is full of romance. The fusion of lake scenery and coastal buildings is like coming to Venice.
E23***71A central plaza in the historic center of Munich that is quite lively during the day. At every hour there is a musical show that you can enjoy for around 5 mins or so. It's a nice place to take pictures and focal point of the place is the city hall.
137***66The longer line on the right is free entry into the church and the line on the left is the cloister. There is a problem here - the cloister ticket does not let you into the church. You have to exit the monastery grounds and queue again. We came early and went to the cloister first but this was a mistake. The queue at the church was much longer when we came out of the monastery. If you come early, I recommend visiting the church first when the queue is shortest. * Rest on Mondays
137***66This church is part of the Jeronimus Abbey and is separated from the cloister. Entry to the church is free but entry to the cloister costs 10 euros. If you want to know if both are worth it I highly recommend visiting the cloister as well. They are very different and the cloister is the highlight. The church has some very interesting features, but overall it is rather gloomy and dark and does not allow you to prepare for the grandeur of the cloister and monastery grounds.
137***66The ceiling is a single span with decorative branches and windows that decorate the vaults. The vaults together with the tall, slender trunked columns that support the roof create an overall effect that reminds me of the forest. If you are visiting the cloisters, be sure to find a viewing area overlooking the interior of the church toward the altar from a particularly advantageous location.
If you're looking for a getaway that sums up all things Germany, then you can check out the old town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber. In this city, you will be greeted with various buildings with beautiful architecture so that it becomes one of the most instagrammable places in Germany.
To fully enjoy the beauty of this city, you can stay for a night or two in the city center. This is because, the beauty of this city cannot be enjoyed in a short time, there are locations that you must visit here. This town of Franconia has a very well-preserved medieval center. This city overlooking the Tauber River also has many churches and residences that were built in the 15th and 16th centuries. There are several places in the city that you must visit, such as the Market Square, a place flanked on one side by the Century Town Hall Tower. awesome 13th.
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Forming the nucleus of the Werksviertel-Mitte district, an urban regeneration plan on a former industrial site, the 7,700m2 mixed-used development located close to Munich’s East Station stands out with its bold and expressive art façade featuring five-metre-tall verbal expressions found in German comics.
The design of WERK12 combines a simple form, honest materials, and transparent façades. Users can move around the building in multiple ways: the design’s external circulation core is supplemented by 3.25-metre-wide terraces that surround each floor of the building, connected by external staircases that curl around the building.
The façade is animated by an urban art piece developed in tandem with local artists Christian Engelmann and Beate Engl, comprising bold lettering spelling out common expressions taken from the German version of Donald Duck comics. This 5-metre-tall lettering, and the colloquial nature of the expressions chosen, are a tribute to the graffiti culture and extensive use of signage found on the old site.
The five floors of the building are occupied by restaurants and bars on the ground floor, the offices of Audi Business Innovations on the top floor, and a three-storey gym in between that includes one storey dedicated to a swimming pool.
A key to the design was in the flexibility of the spaces. The building’s extra-high ceilings – with 5.5 metres between each floor – allows for level changes to be added by future users, as well as the placement of the circulation on the outside of the building means that the interiors can be easily reconfigured.
Kronach is a place where you should have your camera ready.
If you like medieval Germany, this is one of the top spots to view it. Since very little of the town was damaged in World War II, everything is just waiting for you to see it.
It rises up from the junction of three rivers, like a cobble stoned and red-roofed bird. Layers of buildings wind up from the Hassblech’s banks to swirl gently toward the Rosenberg fortress. Vaulted doorways in the intact town wall help guide your steps right to it. It’s one of the largest intact medieval fortresses in the world.
You have a choice when it comes to viewing Kronach. You can start at the river shores and hike away, capturing the views from a distance, or you can capture the landscape from the towers of the fortress. Either way it’s a winning combination.
The smooth rivers aren’t all just for show. Kronach has history as a trade port, and you can do raft rides on the river in the old style. Or, you can leverage the other watery attraction, the Crana Mare. It’s an indoor/outdoor water playland for all ages, with heated pools, slides, splashdown areas, and spa attractions.
For more high-brow culture than splashing around, you will want to hit the museums. Kronach was the birthplace of Lucas Cranach the Elder, one of Germany’s most famous local painters. His work is on display in the fortress panel gallery. You can also check out the art inside the parish church, and the local branch of the Bavarian National Museum.
If you are there in the summer, try to catch one of the festivals. There is a carnival in mid-July, and a town festival in September. You can also see the re-enactment of the victory over Sweden by the town’s women, which is a fun costume event.
However, don’t think that the town lives entirely in the past. The streets may be winding and narrow, but the stones are fully wired and connected. Loewe, a German television and electronics company, is based here and is the largest local employer.
Kronach may relish and treasure its past, but it does have both feet headed firmly for the future.
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Munich exudes Bavarian enchantment. Beer fanatics should head immediately to the Hofbräuhaus, a hops heaven that’s been churning out the good stuff since 1589. The drinking is downright legendary during Oktoberfest, a celebration of local beers and German specialty foods. Emulate world-class athletes at the Olympiapark, where skating on the Olympic ice rink will make you feel like a champion. The promenade of Marienplatz is perfect for people watching and gawking at the Glockenspiele of City Hall.
Munich is located in southern Germany and is the capital of Bavaria. Munich is your stereotypical German destination overflowing with beer halls, churches, markets and castles. A city with a big heart, as suave as it is easygoing, buzzing and yet tranquil. Munich is Germany's lifestyle capital. And on top of all this, it boasts one of the country's most beautiful squares: Marienplatz, at the heart of the city and home to the Old and New Town Halls. The famous town hall glockenspiel is as much a part of the city's identity as the Hofbräuhaus beer hall or the iconic Church of Our Lady with its green dome-crested towers. Browsing the stalls of the Viktualienmarkt is a feast for the senses, while the luxury shopping boulevards such as Ludwigstrasse or Maximilianstrasse are designed for those with an appreciation of the finer things in life. For a far more affordable, not to mention more relaxed, shopping experience, head to Munich's trendy Glockenbachviertel district and Gärtnerplatz square.
English Garden, Munich's very own slice of paradise wedged in between the Isar River and the city centre, doesn't cost you a penny. From the art of lazing around to surfing the Eisbach River, anything goes here. Add to this two of Munich's most beautiful beer gardens, one at the Chinese Tower, the other at a picturesque lakeside spot, and you've got the perfect recipe for a relaxing afternoon. The people of Munich are also proud of the city's museums, many of which are of international standing, such as the German Museum, the world's biggest science and technology museum, the Alte Pinakothek, the Neue Pinakothek, the Pinakothek der Moderne, the Lenbachhaus Museum, the Brandhorst Museum and many more. The BMW Museum has the city's automotive heritage covered, while the football stars of Bayern Munich show teams visiting the Allianz Arena what it's really like to be on top. It's well worth trying to get a ticket to see them play, as the stadium atmosphere alone is world-class.
Kota Munich adalah ibu kota dari negara bagian Bavaria, Jerman, yang merupakan kota terbesar ke tiga di Jerman setelah Berlin dan Hamburg. Nama Munich sendiri diambil dari bahasa Jerman Tua, yaitu dari kata Munichen yang artinya “Oleh Para Biarawan”. Nama tersebut berasal dari biarawan ordo Benediktin, yang mengelola sebuah biara di daerah Munich yang sekarang daerah tersebut menjadi Kota Tua Munich.
Tercatat jumlah penduduk Kota Munich mencapai 1,5 juta jiwa. Letak Kota Munich sangat strategis berada di tepi Sungai Isar di utara pegunungan Alpen, Bavaria. Menurut Globalization and World Rangking Research Institut tahun 2015 Munich disebut sebagai kota yang paling modern di dunia, karena menjadi pusat pengembangan teknologi di Jerman yang inovatif, termasuk pusat seni dan budaya, pendidikan, bisnis dan pariwisata.
Menurut Survey Mercer 2015 Kota Munich dinobatkan sebagai kota yang memiliki standar dan kualitas hidup tertinggi nomor 4 di dunia setelah Auckland di New Zealand, Zürich di Switzerland, dan Vinna di Autria. Padahal, saat saat perang dunia ke-2 Kota Munich luluh lantak dibom bardir oleh pasukan sekutu. Setelah tahun 1949 Kota Munich kembali dibangun dengan merekontruksi bangunan lama yang bersejarah. Termasuk menambah bangunan modern yaitu Stadion Olimpiade yang digunakan untuk ajang olimpiade musim panas tahun 1972.
Bangunan lain yang menjadi kebanggaan Kota Munich adalah Bandara Internasional Franz Josef Strauss atau dikenal Bandara Internasional Munich. Bandara ini menjadi bandara terbesar ke-2 di Jerman setelah Bandara Internasional Frankfurt. Bandara Internasional Munich juga menjadi bandara termegah di Eropa setelah Bandara Heathrow di London, Charle de Gaulle di Paris, Frankfurt Airport, Amsterdam Airport, Barajas Airport di Madrid, dan Atatürk di Istanbul.
Munich is a great city for so many reasons- it's big enough to have everything you want in a modern metropolitan city, but it's small enough to tackle in a short amount of time. It's the capital of the German state of Bavaria, and is full of that quintessential German charm you want when you visit Germany. For example, the large Marienplatz square in the heart of the city is framed on one end by the new town hall, complete with a giant glockenspiel that chimes a few time each day with 43 bells and some 32 life-sized characters! Munich is the site of the world-famous Oktoberfest each year with the Hofbräuhaus as the launching ground, and the city is an important center of art, culture, politics, business and education. It is one of the few cities in Germany that rebuilt the majority of the structures that sustained damage from WW2 bombings to their former glory and revived much of the cityscape to it's pre-war splendor.
It's not just the city of Munich that has our hearts- the Bavarian countryside is the stuff fairytales are made of, and one of the most famous castles in the world, Schloss Neuschwanstein (pronounced noy-SHVAN-stine), is just a few hours drive south from Munich. The towns you pass through on the way are quaint and lovely, and in the summer nearly every single white house with brown timbers is adorned with colorful flower boxes. It's up there with the most beautiful road trips in Europe, in our opinion!
Also known as the Museum of Cairo and the Egyptian Museum, the Egyptian Antiquities Museum lies in downtown Cairo. Offering an insight of the Egyptian golden era, when the country was ruled by kings, this beautiful museum is home to many unique and rare artefacts, dating back to the prehistoric era.
Packed with more than 120,000 historic items the Egyptian Antiquities Museum is one of the most recommended Egypt places to go for all history buffs.
In an effort to draw in more visitors, the Egyptian Museum recently allowed free photography for a limited time.
The Egyptian museum in Cairo houses a great and enormous collection of artifacts, mummies, coffins, stones, ancient belongings, and even food types that used to be buried with the kings before death to use in the afterlife. As part of the ancient Egyptian beliefs and religion, ancient Egyptians used to bury the dead with all their belongings as they believed that they will use their clothes and food when they pass to the After Life.
As an interesting fact, Kings were buried with not only their material belongings, but also with their “servants”. The Museum’s collection is growing rapidly as archaeologists make new discoveries over time. For instance, Tutankhamun’s enormous tomb and the impressive discoveries that were made inside it, and the tomb belongings of Tanis which were both discovered after the museum opened. Now the museum has more than 100,000 ancient objects inside its walls. Some objects were moved to the new Grand Egyptian Museum, while most of them are still in the main museum in Tahrir. The museum in Tahrir will remain the major spot for the ancient Egyptian heritage, even after the opening of the Grand Museum. In 1835, Mohammed Ali, the ruler of Egypt at that time, completely banned the export of ancient antiquities in order to protect the country’s heritage.
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