Sunday in Munich

Munich isn’t exactly what you’d call a bustling city. It’s moniker “Das Millionendorf” or “Village of a Million” is closer to it. Its population has passed the million mark since the nickname was invented – now something like 1.4 million – but the atmosphere has remained the same. We’re not in the same league as Paris, London or Rome. Which has its advantages. Downtown Munich can be very peaceful on a rainy Sunday afternoon.

Street musician in the Theatiner Arcades

Click the image for full screen and higher resolution. Here are some more of my Sunday pictures, and from other days as well.

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2 Responses to Sunday in Munich

  1. David Alston says:

    Interesting that we were both out of Sunday with our cameras. Weather was slightly different, though, we set a record high temperature yesterday. I chose Sunday because I wanted to make sure there would be kids (?) on the motocross track so I could get a picture I could call “something for everyone.” Interesting too that we both use the term “village” to describe our really quite large towns.

  2. Covetotop says:

    Thank you for liking my blog too. By the way, I think that such an agreeable city with such an outstanding orchestra as the Münchner Philarmoniker is second to no other city …

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