Maria Square is located in the central city of Munich in southern Germany. It was built in 1158. It is the largest and most important square in Munich. Because of Munich's new and old city halls are all around the square, Maria Square is also known as Munich "City Living Room". It is a venue for holding various political, cultural activities and citizens'leisure and entertainment. It is said that the Bayern Munich football team is also here to celebrate the victory. There is a pillar of the Virgin Mary in the middle of the square, with a golden statue of the Virgin Mary at the top. She holds the sceptre in her left hand and the baby in her right hand. She is holy and dignified. To the north of the square is the Gothic City Hall, which is 85 meters high in the middle. There are famous dolls accompanied by music and dance clock. From Maria Square to other famous attractions in Munich is also very convenient. Near the northwest of the Square are two famous onion-topped Notre Dame churches (also known as onion-topped churches), which are the symbolic buildings of Munich. There are many shopping malls around the square. There are many street performers in the evening. You'd better take public transport or walk here.
Marienplatz is Munich's downtown square. In the middle of the square is the statue of the Virgin Mary. To the north of the square is the Gothic City Hall (Rathaus), which was built in 1867-1908. In the middle of the town hall is a 85-metre clock tower with famous doll clock. Dolls that clock at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. come out with music to show the scene of William V's wedding ceremony in 1568 and the scene of eliminating the Black Death. Not far northwest of the square are two famous onion-topped Notre Dame churches (Frauenkirche), which are the symbolic buildings of Munich. Maria Square is located in the center of Munich. It was built in 1158. It is the largest and most important square in Munich. Because of Munich's new and old city halls are all around the square, Maria Square is also the city of Munich "City Living Room". Now it is the transportation hub of Munich. It is also a place for holding various political, cultural activities and citizens'leisure and entertainment. The Bayern-Munich football team also celebrates the victory here. At any time, Maria Square is always very busy. If you want to take a good look at Munich, Maria Square is a good starting point. Maria Square is not big, but Munich's historical and cultural heritage can be seen everywhere. The building complex on the square is worth seeing - "There is a pillar of the Virgin Mary in the center of the square, with a golden statue of the Virgin Mary at the top. She holds the scepter in her left hand and the baby in her right hand. She is holy and dignified. The magnificent Gothic building on the north side of the square is Munich's new town hall. Every noon at 11:00 and 12:00, you can enjoy the interesting puppet dance of the city hall bell tower in the square. The bronze statue fountain in Maria Square is the Fish Spring Wishing Pool, facing the entrance of the new town hall. The noticeable onion dome in the northwest of the square is Notre Dame Church. It can climb the tower and overlook the whole city of Munich. It is also a good place to shoot Maria Square. The northeastern spire is Munich's old city hall.
In the morning, I ate the hotel's self-help and went for a walk in Maria Square, which is Munich's landmark square. It combines classical and modern. Because it is Sunday, except for some fast food restaurants, shopping malls and museums are not open, the whole square and streets can not be seen quietly that this is the most densely populated city in the country. Except for occasional runners and cyclists, there are few people. After 10:30, the number of people slowly increased, we have begun to go to the railway station, close to the school. It feels that the traffic in Germany is really complex, very developed and humanized. The type of ticket alone should be considered for a while. Buying tickets in advance is not the same as buying tickets now; you can buy seats without tickets and then increase the price to buy a seat; you can get a discount card, but it seems that it is not universal between states, some tickets can be discounted, some tickets can not be discounted, maybe get a ticket on the train; there are delays, no refund and delays, the choice of transferring to the next shift, the fare is also different. In short, I was totally confused when I watched the ticket machine press and press to choose one by one. Work really tired! Two hours after the train arrives in Ulm, it takes another 20 minutes to get to the small city where the school is located. With two boxes weighing more than 30 kilograms and a backpack of nearly 10 kilograms, even two people worked hard all the way up and down. It's not easy to think about being alone every time, carrying big bags and small bags.
Maria Square is located in the center of Munich's ancient city. It was built in 1158. It is the largest and most important square in Munich. Because of Munich's new and old city halls are all around the square, Maria Square is also known as Munich "City Living Room". Now it is Munich's transportation hub. It is also a venue for holding various political, cultural activities and citizens'leisure and entertainment. The Bayern-Munich football team also celebrates the victory here. Because there are towering old and new city halls around, we went to the square that day and gathered a lot of Bayern fans, there is no sense of the square is large, but very lively. There was a final match at Bayern that night, so the fans were very excited and the police came out. Fans lined up at the entrance of the Bayern souvenir shop in the side alley, probably to buy evening cheers equipment and the nearby bar was full of fans, and we showed the Bayern logo on the T-shirt to the visitors. Our response was, of course, thumbs-up. The next day I learned that Bayern won the championship.
Waiting for the weather to warm up again. In the meantime Ill be wearing bright lipstick to inject some sunshine into my days.
Munich walks to Maria Square, familiar with the old street, in addition to admiring the beautiful buildings, you can also see the most vibrant side of Munich. In this square, you can see all kinds of people, there are couples walking together, there are street artists playing and singing. Green double onion landmark building Notre Dame Church, the old city hall sun clock is also interesting, and also listened to the Holy Spirit Church for a while to sing, unfortunately, there is no time to wait for the new city hall puppet clock performance, puppets are as big as real people. Ningfenbao Palace is said to be comparable to Versailles Palace and Summer Palace. On such a cold day, there are many swans and other birds on the lake.
I walked around here the night before without taking pictures, but I felt very good. Maybe when I was a kid, the edification of Grimm's fairy tales and so on, the castle has always been like a dream. Then I saw it. How to describe it? Palpitate with excitement! When I go in the daytime, because I have to prepare for Christmas, the doors are full of small shops, so I can't take a panoramic view.
Around the afternoon, we came to Maria Square. The first one to be seen was the New City Hall. The Gothic City Hall, built at the end of the 19th century, was the place where William V was married. It was tall and grand. Its front window niches are decorated with statues of Byrne kings, saints and mythical heroes. Every 17 o'clock there are doll performances. Under the city hall is the Mary Memorial Column, the Virgin Mary holding the Son of Jesus, overlooking the whole life, people feel extremely safe. Buy a bucket of ice cream and enjoy this extraordinary visual feast.~
Today's Maria Square in the sun is totally different from yesterday's pictures. Without the best camera and shooting technology, it's hard for a skillful woman to cook without rice. Stop shooting all the way, stop shooting, more time for people who like photography, are not enough. Munich's main attractions are concentrated in Maria Square, which is lined by many street performers. Munich, even the artists are big cafes, actually the grand piano triangle moved to the street mall entrance, sweat it.
For the first time, I witnessed countless beautiful and lifelike statues of people in various buildings of Maria Square in Munich. They have different shapes and expressions. They seem to have different stories. This is why tourists have opened their eyes and listed Maria Square as one of the top ten attractions in Munich.