Dont miss Marienzplatz if you visit Munich. This area is famous for its architecture as you can see in the pictures, they are fabolous! You can also enter the building for a small fee only #happynewyear #munich
Marianne Square is the heart of the old town and has maintained its central position in Munich since ancient times, so it is also a place for travellers. Located on the north side of Maria Square, the new town hall is a brown-black Gothic building built at the end of the 19th century. The front is decorated with statues of the Bavarian kings and fables, legendary heroes, saints and so on. The entire building was grand and decorative, and was built in three phases. The construction period lasted from 1867 to 1904 and it took 40 years to complete. The 85-meter-high clock tower of the City Hall has the largest puppet clock in Germany. It is one of Munich's most iconic landmarks. It is also the commanding height of the Old Town Ring Road except the Marion Church. The elevation of other buildings cannot. Beyond the clock tower.
Gothic architecture, it is too detailed, and every corner is designed to be inconspicuous. Each edge of the building has a non-repeating decoration, with embossed and hollowed out design, coupled with a slender and towering spire, which is rich and gorgeous, showing what is pure Gothic style.
The bell dance on the bell tower is the fourth largest puppet dance in Europe. Every day at 11 o'clock, 11 o'clock, and from March to October at 17 o'clock in the evening, there will be a life-size 32 puppet show historical drama, the content is the 1558 William 5 wedding scene. At this time, many colorful portraits in the tower were divided into two layers, lined up in groups, singing and dancing with the rhythm of music, vividly recreating the scene of the wedding ceremony that lasted for 10 minutes. Every morning, many tourists are attracted to watch, especially those who first arrived in Munich, who are not willing to miss.
Puppet villain with a piece of music to stop on the stage, or holding an axe sword, or riding a horse, or carrying a lantern, or blowing the ocean, divided into two layers, lined up Out, with the rhythm of music, raising his hand, singing and dancing, vividly reproduce the grand celebration of the wedding ceremony. Various ceremonies lasted for 10 minutes. This performance device is a masterpiece of Munich artisans. How many visitors look up to this fascinating performance every day, listening to the crisp and loud music bells, and the glimpse of ancient characters.
The most lively square in Munich, the winter is really lucky
impression of Munich, is a passionate city, the annual Oktoberfest, attracting many visitors to come here for beer and carnival.
Although there was no beer festival, but in Munich's liveliest Marienplatz, drinking a German dark beer, eating a German sausage, is the warmest taste of this winter.
The New Year's Munich is the most popular and close to the square. It is a lively place. Marion Square is a famous tourist gathering place in Europe, where people from all over the world can be seen. You can reach the square by subway, there are many shops on both sides, and New Year's Day will be discounted.
Located in the heart of Munich, Marienplatz is Munich's main square. Because Munich's new and old town halls are all around the square, locals call Marienplatz the "city's living room." There's always something going on in Marienplatz. It is a venue for various political and cultural events and gatherings in Munich. The buildings on the square are worth a visit. They highlight the historical and cultural heritage of Munich.