Garching in a rainy day !

Garching is a small town in the district of Munich, Bavaria. I probably would have never heard of it, if my husband did not accept a project in Max Planck. And I totally recommend this toy town. Home to sixteen thousand people, Garching has the charm of small European town. Its name in the map is... Continue Reading →

Siegestor, Munich

    Munich is the heart of Bavaria and lot to offer to a traveler. I loved the city on my first visit and explored more in the 2nd. Pieces of history are lying around and if you have eyes, you don't even need to pay to pick them up. The Siegestor or the Victory Gate is a three-arched triumphal... Continue Reading →

Asam Kirche , Munich

  If I say St. Johann Nepomuk,perhaps no-one would  identify the Asamkirche, but it is another name for this famous Baroque church in Munich. The church depicted the life of St. Nepomuk. Two brothers, sculptor Egid Quirin Asam, and painter Cosmas Damian Asam but Asam kirche as their private church,now  considered to be one of the most important buildings of the southern German Late Baroque. Situated... Continue Reading →

Allianz arena, Munich

Allianz Arena, the famous football stadium in Munich, is connected to the city by U6 Bahn which runs from Garching to Marienplatz. The stadium is famous for being FC Bayern's home ground with a 75,024 seating capacity.Though it is the third largest arena of Germany, it is quite famous for being the  first stadium in the world with a full colour... Continue Reading →

Lustheim Palace, Oberschleißheim

   I arrived in Munich just before Oktoberfest, so it was very difficult to get an accommodation. Thankfully, one friend was going back home for one month and he gave us his apartment for a decent rent. It was not in city centre, but in the beautiful suburb of Oberschleißheim. It houses the Schloss Schleißheim which is a... Continue Reading →

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