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Marienplatz
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Marienplatz serves as Munich's city center with a variety of historic town hall structures and shopping markets. At the center of the square, the Mariensaule, the column of St. Mary, exhibits a statue of the Virgin Mary and the "four putti" symbolizing the city's triumph over war, pestilence, famine, and heresy. Visitors flock to Marienplatz at 11 am, 12 noon, and 5 pm each day to watch the famous animated Glockenspiel (carillon) in the New Town Hall made of 43 bells and 32 figures. The best views of the show can be found on the top floor of the Hugendubel bookstore and the Cafe Glockenspeil.
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English Garden (Englischer Garten)
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The Englischer Garten, German for "English Garden", is one of the world's largest urban parks - even larger than New York's Central Park. Named for the English style of landscape gardening, the park is popular with locals and visitors alike who come to lounge on the meadow grass, cycle the winding paths, or even surf the man-made waterfall created by a bridge over the Eisbach stream on Prinzregent Strasse. The English weren't the only ones to have an influence in Munich's park, the Japanese Teahouse and Chinese Tower are also popular attractions in the Englischer Garten. Have a bratwurst and a beer at the Biergarten at the foot of the Chinese Tower while listening to traditional German music played by men in Liederhosen. There is another Biergarten located in the park, Seehaus, where you can also rent a paddle boat and take a spin around the lake on warmer days.
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King's Square (Königsplatz)
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Königsplatz was initially built to serve the urban notions of King Ludwig I, who wished to integrate culture, administration, Christianity and Bavarian military in one massive green space. The king opted for a European Neoclassic style based on the Acropolis in Athens. He even had two museums built in the same style; first was the Glyptothek, where he could house his sprawling collection of Greek and Roman sculptures, and second, the Bavarian State Collection of Antiques, which contains Greek, Etruscan and Roman artifacts. King Ludwig I also commissioned the Propylaea, an imposing and austere gate which served as a memorial to his son, the Bavarian prince Otto of Greece.

Despite this architectural and urban prowess, the square is now infamous for being the place where the Nazi party held marches and mass rallies during the Holocaust. In fact, the national headquarters of the Nazi party, the Brown House, was located on Brienner Straße just off the square.

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Nymphenburg Palace (Schloss Nymphenburg)
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Built as a summer residence for Bavarian kings, the Nymphenburg Palace, or Schloss Nymphenburg, is a magnificent structure artistically shaped by the various Electors over its history. Exhibiting both baroque and rococo styles, the rooms are decorated with fantastic frescos and tapestries. The Gallery of Beauties is lined with portraits of 38 local women Ludwig I found pleasing, and the court stables exhibit ancient carriages in the Marstallmuseum including the Paris Coronation Coach of Emperor Charles VII. There is also a legendary porcelain factory that creates handcrafted products of the highest quality.
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Albrecht Dürer's House
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Famous for his delicate and anatomically precise etchings, woodcuts and prints, Albrecht Dürer was a Northern Renaissance artist who lived all his life in Nuremberg between 1471 and 1528. During the 15th and 16th centuries, the city became one of Germany’s most successful commercial centers and also the focus of a great artistic flowering. Dürer was at the heart of this creative movement, visiting the great Renaissance cities of Italy, regularly attending courts of European royalty and revolutionizing printmaking. His iconic works include The Apocalypse, a number of self-portraits, books on the human anatomy and many sublime animal prints as well as friezes for civic halls in Nuremberg and altar pieces in Prague.

The Albrecht Dürer House is a fachwerkhaus, a half-timbered townhouse with a steep wooden roof and of an architectural style seen all over Bavaria.

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Bavarian State Opera (Bayerische Staatsoper)
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The Bavarian State Opera is one of the world’s leading opera houses, with over 400 performances and 600,000 visitors yearly. Its history spans over three centuries and helped shape Munich as we know it today, a culture-savvy metropolis with unparalleled elegance and flair. Thanks to a controversial yet deep friendship with King Ludwig II, Richard Wagner himself premiered many of his music dramas (including The Valkyrie, The Master-Singers of Nuremberg, The Fairies, The Rhinegold, and Tristan and Isolde) at the Bavarian State Opera, which at the time – and arguably still is to this day – was considered the limelight of music in Europe. Nowadays, over 30 different operas, recitals, ballets, and concerts are staged every season in the splendid original Rococo Cuvilliés-Theater, the largest of its kind in Germany and perhaps the most spectacular in all of Europe. This is also where the Munich Opera Festival, the most important and acclaimed opera festival in the world, takes places.

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BMW Museum
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Housed in a futuristic mirrored building as fashion-forward as its cars, automobile pioneers BMW take the spotlight at Munich’s BMW Museum, located at the company headquarters near Olympic Park. Whether you’re an auto enthusiast or just looking to get your photo taken beside a slick sports car, you can’t fail to be impressed by the museum’s vast display of cars and motorcycles.

Everything from vintage Rolls-Royce Motors and classic MINIs to recent models like the BMW 850, are showcased in the adjourning BMW Welt – the bowl-like side building that houses the museum’s extensive car collection. Highlights include a 1928 Dixie car, the BMW 328 that won the historic Italian Mille Magalia race in 1940 and a rare 1974 BMW 3.0 CSL ‘Batmobile’.

In the museum itself, BMW devotees get an insight into the company’s evolution, with a series of interactive exhibitions detailing the history of the brand and chronicling their 90 years of automobile design and production.

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Oktoberfest is possibly the world’s most famous beer festival, taking place in fall in Munich, Germany. Around one million partygoers pour into the city between mid-September and the first Sunday in October for 2.5 weeks of serious carousing and drinking; the epicenter of the merrymaking is Theresienwiese (‘Wiesn’ for short) festival ground just to the west of the Altstadt (Old Town). Here local Bavarian breweries sponsor 14 gaily decorated tents – each accommodating up to 6,000 beery revelers – with their own theme and local beer to sample in one-liter (2.2-pint) glass steins. As the hours pass by, the vibe ramps up and singing and dancing become the order of the day.

But Oktoberfest is not just for drinkers; there are fairgrounds for kids, costumed parades through the streets, an abundance of Bavarian folk costumes – dirndl skirts and leather shorts – to be admired, brass-band concerts and horse-and-trap rides.

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Paulaner Brewery (Paulaner Brauerei München)

With a 400-year history of beer brewing and famously one of the six breweries that provide beer for Oktoberfest, the Paulaner Brewery is a clear contender for the title of Munich’s top brewery. The origins of the Paulaner Brewery date back to 1634, started by the Paulaner monks of Kloster Neudeck ob der Au, and it remains one of Munich’s biggest traditional breweries, producing some 2 million hectoliters each year and exporting beer to over 70 countries around the world.

Today, beer lovers can also enjoy tours of the historic brewery, viewing the malting towers, brewhouse, fermenting tanks, beer cellars and wells, and learning all about the legendary Bavarian Purity Law and how it guarantees the quality and taste of the beers. Visitors can also enjoy a beer tasting or extend their visit at the neighboring Paulaner Bräuhaus beer garden.

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Neuschwanstein Castle
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ノイシュヴァンシュタイン城は、バイエルンのルートヴィヒ2世の避暑地として建てられまし。1886年の彼の死後、すぐ一般に公開されるようになりました。ディズニーの眠れる森の美女の城からインスピレーションを受けたこの城は、ヨーロッパで一番人気のある城の一つです。おとぎ話のような美しさは、バイエルン・アルプスのすばらしい景色が背景にあるからでしょう。冬場は、雪をかぶった美しいバイエルン・アルプスが見渡せる最高の場所です。

王は、中世の伝説をもとにしたリヒャルト・ワーグナーのオペラに感化され、城内はその絵画で装飾されています。城はワーグナーに捧げられたと言ってもいい過言ではないでしょう。王座の間では、華麗な天使のフレスコ画で装飾されています。しかし皮肉なことに、王座の間が完成する前に王は亡くなってしまいました。中世のモチーフを伴った室内装飾にもかかわらず、城は、水道やセントラル・ヒーティングなどの最新の技術を持って建てられました。

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バイエルン州の他の観光スポット

Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site

ダッハウ強制収容所

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1933年にナチスドイツが造った最初の強制収容所がダッハウ強制収容所。この収容所は後に造られた多くの強制収容所のモデルとなり、ユダヤ人や政治犯、そしてその他の「好ましくない人々」が収容されました。現在はナチスドイツ時代にこの収容所で命を落とした4万人以上の人々や、20万人以上の囚人を追悼する記念博物館になっています。この記念博物館は、アメリカ軍がダッハウを解放した20年後の1965年に創設されました。

記念博物館では午前11時30分、午後2時、そして午後3時30分にダッハウ収容所についてのドキュメンタリー映画が英語で流されます。「囚人の道(Path of the Prisoners)」という展示では強制収容所に収容されていた人々の生活が浮き彫りにされています。胸が締め付けられるようなツアーであると同時に、参加者に大きな感動を与え、ホロコーストについて深く学ぶことが出来るツアーです。

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ノイシュヴァンシュタイン

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バイエルン王ルートヴィヒ2世が自分の中世騎士道への憧れを具現化させるべく建設させたロマンチックな夢の城ノイシュヴァンシュタイン城。王の隠 れ家だったこのお城は、1886年に王が亡くなるとすぐ一般公開されるようになりました。現在ではディズニーの眠れる森の美女の城のモデルとなっ たお城として、ヨーロッパで一番の人気を誇るお城です。幻想的なノイシュヴァンシュタイン城は牧歌的なバイエルンの山の景色に溶け込み、まるでお とぎ話から出てきたかのよう。冬にはお城の敷地内から絵のように美しい雪化粧した山々の景色が堪能出来ます。
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Linderhof Castle

リンダーホーフ城

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バイエルン王ルーヴィヒ2世は自分が崇拝する対象に倣ってお城を設計する癖があり、リンダーホーフ城は太陽王ルイ14世とベルサイユ宮殿への憧れから建設されました。ルイ14世の騎馬像や鏡の間、ベルサイユ宮殿の外交使節用階段に倣って作られた階段などにルートヴィヒ2世の憧れが反映されています。リンダーホーフ城自体はきわめて個人的な雰囲気を持っており、部屋数は4部屋のみ。しかもこれらの部屋は全て実際使用されていました。お城を取り囲む庭園は、バロック調のフォーマルな様式とイタリアのルネッサンス様式の両方を併せ持つ庭園と英国調の庭園がある、世界で一番美しい庭園の一つと言われています。リンダーホーフ公園内にはその他にもビーナスの洞窟やハンティングの小屋、グルネマンツの庵やモロッコ風の家などユニークなパビリオンが点在しています。
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Bavarian Alps

Bavarian Alps

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With soaring mountain peaks, vast lakes and forested slopes punctuated by enchanting castles and traditional alpine villages, the Bavarian Alps offer some of Germany’s most spectacular scenery. Stretching along the Austrian border, the Alps dominate the landscape of Southern Germany and a trip into the mountains is simply inevitable for anyone exploring Bavaria.

Highlights of the Bavarian Alps include Füssen, a lively town at the start of the famous Romantic Road tourist trail; the historic village of Oberammergau, where the world-renowned Passion Play is held each decade; the German Alpine Road, a scenic tourist trail running from Lake Constance to Berchtesgaden; and many of Ludwig II’s most celebrated castles, including the fairytale-inspired Neuschwanstein.

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King's Lake (Konigssee)

ケーニヒス湖

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The Königssee Valley lies in the Bavarian Alps and its lake forms part of the Berchtesgaden National Park. At five miles (7.5 km) long and just 1.5 miles (1.7 km) wide wide, the serene, crystal-clear waters of the lake are the deepest in Germany. Königssee is encircled by lush Alpine valleys and snow-capped mountains – the highest of these is Mount Watzmann, which towers over the lake at 5,900 ft (1,800 m). The picture-perfect Alpine village of Schönau am Königssee sits at the head of the lake and in summer hundreds of day trippers pour in daily. The lake is popular for swimming in the pristine Alpine waters or pottering around in electric boats. The most popular lake tour is to the squat, rotund pilgrimage chapel of St Bartholomew, topped with dark-red onion domes and standing on a little promontory lapped by water. Next-door is the former hunting lodge of the Bavarian kings, now the quality restaurant Fischerstüberl and a lovely spot for eating lunch looking over the lake.

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Romantic Road

ロマンティック街道

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ロマンティック街道は、美しい村、中世都市や白が点在する街道です。この美しい地域からは、ドイツの典型的な風景や文化が垣間見れます。中世に交易ルートとして使用されたこの街道は、今日まだ中世の雰囲気や特色が残る道です。 ネッカー川岸沿いにある最古の大学街であるハイデルベルクは、ドイツの最も美しい歴史的ランドマークの一つでもあるハイデルベル城などが散策できます。 リンダーホーフ城を訪問したり、ホーエンシュヴァンガウに到着する前に、少しオーバーアマーガウでショッピングしたり。ボーデア・ウント・ヒンターホーエンシュヴァンガウの遺跡に建てられた、おとぎの国の世界の城、ノイシュヴァンシュタイン城を訪問してみてはどうでしょう。

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Frauenchiemsee

Frauenchiemsee

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Fraueninsel is an island outside of Munich in the Bavarian region of Germany. It sits in Chiemsee, the largest lake in Bavaria, along with another island called Herreninsel. On Herreninsel visitors can see the Royal Castle of Herrenchiemsee, built by Ludwig II as a replica of the Palace of Versailles. On Fraueninsel there is a Benedictine church and monastery which covers about one third of the island. Though the church has existed since 782, the complex you see today was rebuilt in the 1700s. The island is one of the oldest cultural sites in the area. It is a popular place for tourists to visit due to its natural beauty and the surrounding landscape of the Alps.

A small community of artists, crafts people, and fishermen live on the island, making it a unique place to visit throughout the year. In late November and early December, visitors come to experience the Christmas market.

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