On the Street in Munich


While exploring the streets of Munich, we came upon a photo shoot, so I asked the photographer if I could take a photo of the models.  He said to ask them…so I did and they said yes!

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Here are some other “people, places or things” I encountered “On the Streets of Munich”

A cute little (old) scooter!

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These costumed beggars weren’t looking so happy.  Show me the money??  Attitude is everything!

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I believe I was in the vicinity of the Munich Residence when I took this photo…

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A crowd had gathered to witness the short play enacted by figurines at the famous Glockenspiel.  It rivals the Astronomical clock in Prague.  I have to say I liked Glockenspiel the best!

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A nice to place to have a beer and people watch!

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This isn’t the Street, but I had to take the Metro to get to the train station where we would take an overnight train to Amsterdam!

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Munich was fun, but it’s time to move on to Amsterdam!

17 thoughts on “On the Street in Munich

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  2. Munich is great, and the glockenspiel is interesting to watch. Prague’s is also very intriguing when you understand what each character is symbolising. My accommodation was close by, so I saw it about a dozen times on our stay. I can’t remember all the details now, but for example, the skeleton turning the hour glass on its side is to remind us that time is running out for us all. I imagine munichs glockenspiel employs the same imagery.

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    • I’m afraid to say that I was in a bit of a tizzy much of the time in Europe because we saw so much and I was responsible for getting everyone from point a to b. I remember the skeleton, but not much else.

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  3. I’m so desperate to visit Germany I can almost taste it! Like Spain, it’s one of my ancestral homelands, and I have to make a point to visit before I die. Thanks for these great photos, Sherry! I’m sharing this with some other Teutonic friends, plus on my Facebook page.

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  4. Love those models! The guy kinda reminds me of “Zoolander.” ha, ha, ha…funny…..but very nice looking people! It must have been fun to see the shoot going on. I have seen them a few times in Milan….and gosh..I have to say….the models are truly stunning….so tall! With beautiful clothes….

    PS – – love the scooter too!

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