The city hall's 85-metre-high bell tower is equipped with Germany's largest glockenspiel clock, which attracts many visitors every morning, especially the first arrivals in Munich, who are reluctant to miss the opportunity. It is said that in 1516, a rat epidemic broke out in Munich. Thousands of people were killed in Munich. Kiyu fled from other places. Ten rooms and nine empties were found in the city. Fifty-two years after the death of Munich's new municipality, Duke Weiqian V held a big wedding celebration here in order to restore and revitalize Munich. Puppet clocks were set on the fifth or sixth floors of the Bell Tower of the City Hall to commemorate the celebration of the drive-out. Every day at 11:00, 12:00 and 17:00, many colorful figures in the pagoda began to move, or hold axes and swords, or ride a horse, or carry lanterns, or play a bugle, and send out two floors, in line with the music rhythm, hands and feet, singing and dancing, vividly reproducing the grand wedding celebration of that year. The ceremonies lasted for 10 minutes. This performance device is the masterpiece of Munich artists. Every day, how many visitors look up at this charming performance, listen to the clear and loud music bells, see the rich ancient characters, marvel at the superb German art.
Munich's new city hall, built in the 19th century, is a tall, majestic, brown-black Gothic building with vertical lines that make it more solemn. In the niche between its front windows stood statues of Byrne kings, saints and mythical heroes. It took 40 years since 1867 to complete the grand layout and gorgeous decoration of the whole building. The most prominent symbol of the new town hall is the 85-metre bell tower, which has the largest wooden doll clock in Germany. When the bell rings, the dolls will line up to play and sing to perform, which is also a must-see scene for visitors to Munich. The new town hall looks old and magnificent. Because of time, we didn't wait for the clock tower to announce the time.
This is a black Gothic building smoked by fireworks. It is tall and tall. The sharp bell tower has to look up to see the spire. It is said to be 85 meters high. The largest puppet clock in Germany is installed on the bell tower. The puppet will come out and turn at 12 noon every day. There are statues of kings, saints and mythical heroes in the niches between the front windows of the building. The whole building is magnificent in layout and ornate in appearance. It is a landmark building worth seeing in Munich. It's interesting that the new town hall is smoky and old, while the old town hall, which started in 1310 in the East corner, is new because of its beautiful architectural color. Marion's Square is not very big, so to get a panoramic view of the new town hall building, you need a wide-angle lens back to the edge.
Munich's new town hall, built in the 19th century, is a tall, majestic, brown-black Gothic building, whose vertical lines make it more solemn. It looks like a layer of white frost. In the niche between its front windows stood statues of Byrne kings, saints and mythical heroes. It took 40 years since 1867 to complete the grand layout and gorgeous decoration of the whole building.
Architecture from the outside to the inside is beautiful, the internal structure is very characteristic, and the color window is also a bright spot. Flowers 2.5 Euros can also go to the top of the tower to see the scenery! Bell Tower has occasional announcements. It's very classic. There are dense scenic spots nearby. You can see the scenery on the top of the tower and then continue to visit it.~
Munich, an enthusiastic city, the capital of Bavaria, the second largest economic center, the birthplace of Hitler, the European Museum of Architecture, the Bayern team,... It has too many cities. Drinking a glass of ice near the municipal square and wandering around the streets can see the energetic performances of many music lovers.
Travel Note 14 - The New City Hall is an example of Gothic architecture. The Bell Tower of the City Hall is equipped with the largest puppet clock in Germany. Every day, how many visitors look up at the charming performance, listen to the clear and loud music bells, see the splendor of ancient people, and marvel at the superb German art. The facade is magnificently decorated; Marion Square is the center of Munich's ancient city.