Travel Blogs from Munich
Today was the best Went to palace. Then we took bike tour and learned great history. I love bike tours now. Brendan was the official ass man of the group which meant he brought up the rear. Jess and Neilsons anniversary was today. My bike kept breaking but Neilson fixed it. We biked thru 2nd largest park ever behind Philly park. We learned …
... as the devils church as it was built in under 20years with a suspected deal with the devil. The two towers of the church are the only original parts, they weren't destroyed in the wars as both sides kept them as reference points of Munich. Architects had sketched the whole city prior to ww2, which was fortunate as 82% of Munich was bombed. Now it looks like a beautiful old city hardly touched by war. We also visited the viktualienmarkt (farmers market), national theatre ...
... It’s all very murky, made more so by blurring of authority between church and secular leadership, and the incessant power plays between the “electors”, who had a vested interest in a weak emperor, the emperors themselves, also loath to let a chance at power slip away, and the popes, who often maintained ongoing feuds with emperors who threatened their power and jurisdiction.
GŁnter tried explaining this because ...
... architecture of the 17th century. Noteworthy is that the royal family of Bavaria aligned themselves with Napoleon of France and were his allies at the battle of Austerlitz. Well we all know what ultimately happened to Napoleon and as he end up defeated, so too were the military forces of Bavaria. So with the ebb and flow of the Bavaria royal family the kingship (is that a word) flow through Ludwig I and to Ludwig II. Now King Ludwig is famous for his ...
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