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Located in the heart of Munich, Marienplatz is Munich's main square. Because Munich's new and old town halls are all around the square, locals call Marienplatz the "city's living room." There's always something going on in Marienplatz. It is a venue for various political and cultural events and gatherings in Munich. The buildings on the square are worth a visit. They highlight the historical and cultural heritage of Munich.
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King's Lake is a very deep lake in Germany, located just a few kilometers south of the small Bavarian town of Berchtesgaden on the German-Austrian border. The lake is long and thin, surrounded by mountains in a gorgeous scene reminiscent of the fjords of Northern Europe. Known for its emerald-colored waters, King's Lake is considered one of the cleanest, most beautiful lakes in Germany.
BMW Museum
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The BMW Museum in Munich, Germany has many fascinating cars and motorcycles that illustrate in living color the history and future of German engineered vehicles. The fascinating evolution of automobiles and motorcycles is demonstrated in flawless perfection. Learn about powerful engines and forward thinking safety features in exhibits spanning nearly a century. Discover the technology and design of current and future models in seven distinct exhibit areas. Feel and see the fine materials that go in to making each individual BMW on a huge sample board. Get up close and personal with current models in The Gallery of Driving Pleasure.
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The Royal Beer House is located in the northeastern part of the Marienplatz in Munich. It was originally a royal brewery and was later opened to the general public. For hundreds of years, the Royal Beer House has become an ideal place for celebrity politicians to meet, and Princess Sissi, Goethe, and Lenin have been guests of the Royal Beer House. The Royal Brasserie is a white building that steps into the main entrance. The first thing that catches the eye is the souvenir shop, which sells beer-related peripheral products.

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Posted: Feb 20, 2019
Adam Yue   
The German Oktoberfest is best known for its "October Festival" held in Munich from September to October each year. It is famous not only because it is a thorough carnival, but also because of the whole festival, it also retains the Bavarian folk style and customs. Throughout the Oktoberfest, people not only enjoy the most authentic German beer, but also the chance to enjoy the melodious songs played by Bavarian folk artists with various national instruments. along the street not only has a variety of authentic local cuisine, as well as exquisite handmade souvenir sales, but also a series of colorful entertainment. From crazy jumping machines to national sports such as horse riding, they will appear in festivals. This is not only a grand event for entertainment, but also a grand event for folk art. Walk on the streets of Oktoberfest, in addition to locals, as well as other organizations from other German states, as well as surrounding countries, where everyone is dressed in colorful, beautifully crafted traditional costumes. This huge event. In the beer house along the street, the same beer girl wearing traditional clothes, holding a huge glass of wine, attracting guests gathered in all directions. The beer houses on both sides of the street have come up with their own housekeeping skills, and use their vivid decorations to create their own shop like a dream house in a fairy tale world. One after another, the sound of selling, accompanied by cheerful music, and the high cheers of people, made the whole beer festival more exciting.
Posted: Dec 10, 2018