Bavaria
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Ancient Settlement
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.
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Square
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.
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Castle
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
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Museum
Vivek DesaiI took as many pictures in my three hours here than I took during the rest of my 3 week trip to Europe. Gorgeous displays of both production and concept cars.
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Churches and Cathedrals
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.
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Churches and Cathedrals
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.

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