Friday, June 30, 2006

Highest Point of the Old Town!


St Peter's Church
Peterskirche

Frauenkirche
Cathedral of Our Blessed Lady


This picture was taken from the top of the St Peter's Church (Peterskirche). The church stands on the highest point of the hold town.

In the picture you can see Frauenkirche - Cathedral of Our Blessed Lady. This Catholic cathedral is the largest Gothic assembly building in southern Germany. With its twin towers, the church's distinctive silhouette is Munich's oldest and best-known symbol. By law, no new building that may obscure the view of the church is allowed.

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

From the top of the Monopteros.


This is the fantastic view from the top of the Monopteros.

English Garden
Munich

Every early morning.


I took this picture while I was walking to my job. Starting to work very early in the morning is a typical nordic habit.
Good Morning:)
Munich.

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

The Monopteros
English Garden


This is a Neo-Classical building designed by Leo von Klenze and offering a panoramic view of the city.

Monday, June 26, 2006

University, Ludwig-Straße, Munich


Welcome to the University, where the seat of higher learning is housed.

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Transcendental Thought.



"I have thoughts which, if only I were able to disclose and bring to life, would add a new lustre to the stars, a new beauty to the world, and a greater love to the hearts of men."

- Fernando Pessoa, in "O Eu Profundo".

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

The whole World is watching!



In Munich you have lots of excellent places to see soccer games. This picture was taken in the University area. Welcome to Café An Der Uni:)

Café An Der Uni - CADU
Ludwigstr. 24, Munich, Germany

Friday, June 09, 2006

Welcome to the World Cup.

Munich.


The atmosphere in Munich is fantastic. Yesterday I had a very good time seeing people of different countries drinking beers and singing in Marienplatz:)

If you are also in Munich you can see here the best places to watch the matches. The web site is in German but you can always use google translate.