Munich, the Capital of Bavaria Is Such a Stunning City!
The huge metropolis that it is, Munich is beautiful and fun to visit year-round, but it can be quite crowded, especially during October when the famed Oktoberfest beer festival is held.
White Rose: the Brave Student Resistance to Nazi Germany
In Nazi Germany, this was no different, with the spirit of Nazi resistance having bloomed in the city of Munich through the initiative of a student group that called themselves the White Rose. This video tells you the story of this secret student resistance group.
Now These Are Subway Stations Worth Stopping At...
Stadium Station, Stockholm, Sweden (1973) Westfriedhof Station, Munich, Germany This station was opened in 1998, but the 11 large lamps (with red, blue, and yellow lights) were installed three years later.
View Amazing Animated Photos of Landscapes Past & Present
Künstlerhaus, Munich, Germany - in 1905 and 2017 6. Karlstor, Munich, Germany - in 1946 and 2017 7. Notre-Dame, Paris, France - in 1856 and 2016 8. Rue de la Paix, Paris, France - in 1871 and 2016 9. The Eiffel Tower, Paris, France - in 1888 and again in 2017 10.
You Can’t Handle the Beauty of These Rembrandt Paintings
The Raising of the Cross, 1633, Alte Pinakothek, Munich (By Rembrandt, Wikimedia Commons ) 15. The Descent from the Cross, 1632-1633, Alte Pinakothek, Munich (By Rembrandt, Wikimedia Commons ) 16. The Lamentation, 1633-1634, National Gallery, London (By Rembrandt, Wikimedia Commons ) 17.
I Was Hitler's Jewish Neighbor: Incredible Testimony
This man, Edgar Joseph Feuchtwanger, a Jewish Historian, born in Munich, Germany, actually lived on the same street as the Infamous Fuhrer while a child, and frequently saw him. Edgar's father was imprisoned at Dachau, but managed to be released.
These Cheap Alternatives to Major Destinations Are Awesome
Instead of Milan, Italy, visit Cologne, Germany Cologne often plays second fiddle to the likes of Munich and Berlin, but the truth is that this 2,000-year-old city has plenty to offer, not least its famous super pale ale, which is called Kolsch.
The Wonders of Modern Architecture Are A Joy to Behold
United States Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA Experience Music Project, Seattle, Washington State, USA Grand Lisboa, Macau, China The Shard, London, United Kingdom [related_articles] The Sage, Gateshead, United Kingdom Universum Science Museum, Bremen, Germany BMW Welt, Munich
Scientists Might Have Found Out a New Way to “Breathe”
The breakthrough experiment happened when neurobiologists at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich were investigating oxygen consumption in the brains of African clawed frog tadpoles ( Xenopus laevis ).
Peter Kogler's Illusion Art Is Something to Behold!
Earlier this year, Kogler's recent pieces were on show at the ING Art Center in Brussels and at ERES-Stiftung in Munich. You can check out some of his stunning works below. If you would like to see even more of his art, you can take a visit to Kogler's website .
20 Stunning Displays of Mother Nature's Fury
Hovering Over Phoenix, Arizona source 5) Thunderhead Forming in Silver City, New Mexico source 6) Violet Clouds Appear Over the Grand Cayman Island source 7) Clouds Indicating a Major Storm in Beverley, England source 8) Satellite View of Hurricane Sandy source 9) Lightning Strikes the German City of Munich
Street Art That Will Make You Stop Every Time You Walk
An amazing piece of artwork at Elisabeth market, Munich (By Oliver Raupach, Wikimedia Commons ) 6. Meet Miss Van, the Barcelona Beauty (By aikijuanma, Wikimedia Commons ) 7. You know that saying about eyes being windows into the soul?
These Famous Clock Towers are a Sight to Behold
Rathaus-Glockenspiel, Munich, Germany Built in 1908, the clock tower is a famous tourist attraction in Munich. Every day at 11am sharp (and during the summer at 12pm and 5pm) crowds flock to the clock to watch two stories from the 16th century.
Bavaria: Land of Beautiful Castles, Palaces and Fortresses
One of the main reasons why visitors come to this region and venture far beyond its capital, Munich, are the hundreds of castles, fortresses, and palaces scattered throughout Bavaria, each one more splendid and breathtaking than the other.
The Incredible Sights You Won't See Every Day...
Hitler’s office in Munich. Nowadays it is used as a music practice room . 11. Bagger 288, t he largest land vehicle, was built for mining. It is 220m (721 ft) long and 96m (315 ft) high. 12. Two different kinds of 5 pounds: Fat (on the left) versus muscle (on the right). 13.
These Unique Artworks Have More Than One Important Message
"Brushstrokes in Time" is a series of paintings by Munich based artist David Ambarzumjan , in which two wildly different landscapes are brought together on the same canvas with one expressive brushstroke.
Here Are 16 Rare Photographs the World Needs to See
One Arnold Schwarzenegger, encouraging Munich residents to join the gym (1967). One Fyodor Makhnov, standing proud at 9 ft 3 in (1900s). This old gent enjoyed an ice cream cone at the Eiffel Tower (1950). This man was selling muffins to Londoners (1910).
These Fascinating Moments In History Are Forever Captured
It’s very interesting that before global trading became as it is today, people really didn’t encounter many products that weren’t made locally." ( rarehistoricalphotos.com ) 1919, Germany - A young communist being executed "The Bavarian Soviet Republic, also known as the Munich Soviet Republic was as
Around and Around It Goes - Beautiful Spiral Cases!
San Francisco, USA Queen’s House, United Kingdom Germany Finland Castle Hartenfels in Torgau, Germany Tokyo, Japan Chinese Garden, Singapore Dresden, Germany Deutsche Kinemathek Museum, Germany Munich, Germany Dresden, Germany Vizcaya Museum, USA Around and Around It Goes - Beautiful Spiral Cases!
15 Unbelievable Sights to See in Fairy Tale Germany!
München Oktoberfest – the world’s largest Volkfest in Munich We all know that Germany has some of the greatest beer in the world.
These Films Reveal What Cities Looked Like 100 Years Ago
The locals are dressed in traditional clothing are busy with their daily tasks: shopping at a local market, enjoying an evening meal, and more. 1910 Berlin and Munich, Germany Click to watch These shots of Berlin and Munich were hand-colored and compiled into a short film depicting Germany before World
Admire 8 Tourist Attractions in Every Season of the Year
Nymphenburg Palace Location : Munich, Germany Bavaria is the region in Germany famous far and wide for its abundance of castles, some of which are over 1.000 years old.
15 Fascinating Old Photos that Mean a Lot Today
Police disguised as athletes, preparing to attack the terrorists who took Israeli athletes hostage at the Munich Olympics - September 1972. 15. The first photo ever taken, or at least the oldest surviving to date. Its name is "View from the Window in Grass (France)" - 1826 or 1827.
Discover Germany’s First City: The Beautiful City of Trier
In Germany, the largest of the vast countries on the European continent, there are quite a few of large and famous cities, such as Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Frankfurt and more, but none of these respectable cities can steal the crown and title of "the first city in the country" from the small, picturesque