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... saved most of the paintings by cutting them out of the frames - I have a number of pictures so you can see that some were more skilled than others when it came to cutting the paintings out of the frames.
Amazingly, the Residenz is able to be restored because, while the Nazis weren't very good at cutting paintings out of frames, they were meticulous and methodical photographers. Using the photographs, much is able to be restored.
... learned about the general history.
Some highlights from the tour:
We viewed the Palace of Justice from across a beautiful square, the location of the prosecution of Hans and Sophie Scholl. More on the White Rose Resistance on Friday.
From there, we walked through one of the main gates that use to allow passage through the walls surrounding the city.
We then visited the ...
... of real sleep on the plane we knew we had to push on to stay awake through dinner. We headed south on the tram and found neat outdoor food markets at the Munchen Freiheit transfer station so we loaded up on breakfast and picnic food for tomorrow. We were quite taken by some Turkish treats including bread, pickled stuffed baby peppers and a fig dessert.
The Weinbauer Restaurant off of Leopoldo Strasse was a perfect ...
Didn't get chance to publish anything yesterday. We went on a coach trip to visit a very ornate church at Weis then onto Neuschwanstein Castle. This was way up in the mountains so involved quite a lot a walking and hill climbing. We could have gone up the hill in a horse drawn carriage but we felt sorry for the poor horses struggling up the hill that we decided to walk. Had ...
We had a very early start to the morning as we only had one night in Munich, our next destination. We were off after a quick breakfast, and we hit the road running. First off we had a 2 hour drive to the Mathaussen Concentration camp in Austria. We didn't know that we were going to this and there was no pressure at all on anyone to go. This was a very, very sad place to go to. We went in straight away and saw a video on the camp. It went for ...