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introduce somethimg about Munich!!

Ying Ting Lu

on 26 May 2011

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Transcript of Tourism-Müchen

München Munich
(German: München) The capital city of Bavaria (Bayern),
It is located on the River Isar north of
the Bavarian Alps.
The third largest city in Germany, after
Berlin and Hamburg. The Climate Munich has a continental climate, strongly modified by the proximity of the Alps.

The city's altitude and proximity to the
northern edge of the Alps mean that
precipitation is high.

Rainstorms often come violently and
unexpectedly. The range of temperature between day and night or summer and winter can be extreme.

A warm downwind from the Alps (a foöhn wind) can raise temperatures sharply within a few hours, even in winter. The Inner City of Munich At the centre of the city is the Marienplatz
—a large open square named after the Mariensäule, a Marian column in its centre
—with the Old and the New Town Hall.

Its tower contains the Rathaus-Glockenspiel. The Language Expect German, The Austro-Bavarian language is also spoken in and around Munich, where it is known as Osterreichisch-bayrisch.
Austro-Bavarian has no official status by the Bavarian authorities or local government yet is recognized by the SIL and has its own ISO-639 code. Attractions Marienplatz St. Mary's Square The heart of the city of Munich.
In the Middle Ages,
the square used to be a market place
as well as the place where
tournaments and festivities took place. New Town Hall The square is dominated by the New Town Hall ( Neues Rathaus ). The monumental, 79 meters (259ft) high. Town hall was built between 1867 and 1909 by Georg Joseph Hauberrisser in Flemish Gothic style to alleviate the overcrowded Altes Rathaus nearby. Carillon At 11, 12 and 17 o'clock each day, visitors can watch the famous Glockenspiel or carillon.
The figures perform the Schäfferltanz or Fish Fountain cooper's dance, which was originally performed in 1517 at the Marienplatz to commemorate the end of the plague. Fischbrunnen Right near the Neues Rathaus is a small fountain, the Fischbrunnen or Fish Fountain.
Originally designed by sculptor Konrad Knoll in 1864, the fountain was completely destroyed during World War II. It was rebuilt in 1954. If you want to take a trip to Germany, we suggest you to choose
September and October or December. Because there are two important festival you must take part in when you visit Germany. Oktoberfest The Munich beer festival has been repeated on an almost annual basis.
(Only major catastrophes like war or the outbreak of epidemics can stop the festival.)

It takes good nerves and a solid stomach to survive the festival's 16 days of intensive partying and drinking.

Time: 16-18 days, from late September to the first weekend in October
Location: in Munich, Bavaria, Germany Beer Tents BEER, the most important thing of Oktoberfest Weihnachten (Christmas) Germans have one-week vacation on Christmas,
and they’ll have special “Christmas Market.” Calendars which used to countdown the coming of Christmas Advent Starts from the forth Sunday pushed forward from Christmas.

They’ll put a round corolla made by branches with four candles on it.

Lighting one candle on each Sunday, when the forth candle is lighted, it means Christmas is coming!! Food in Munich do you want to try? Hendl Weisswurst Knöodel Schweinshaxe Pretzel 拜仁慕尼黑 Fußball-Club Bayern München One of the most successful and the most popular football team of Germany and Europe! Home Court Night View Famous football stars Klose Müller Lahm Kroos Schweinsteiger Source http://about-germany.org/festivals/oktoberfest.php
http://www.aviewoncities.com/munich/marienplatz.htm Thanks for listening :D German Beer in Tainan a German beer restaurant in Tainan! Des Assignment city
information attraction Oktoberfest food football club Christmas German sausage Beer column 100ml 300ml 2000ml a three-letter coding system, called a SIL code,
to identify each language that it describes
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