Friday, 20 July 2012

Beautiful buildings in Munich: facades, ornaments and other details

While walking in Munich I could not stop noticing all these colourful buildings and beautiful ornaments from different years...It is really worth sometime to stop for a minute and enjoy all the architectural beauties in areas like Haidhausen and Neuhausen...I hope you enjoy my small selection here:-)

14 comments:

dith said...

München, is een interessante stad. Je laat een serie mooie foto's zien van de prachtige gebouwen. Groetjes, Dietmut

Kris said...

Jana,

You have selected some very lovely buildings. I love to look at the different styles of architecture and the colors they use to paint them. Nice! :)

Joop Zand said...

Mooie gebouwen en prima foto's Jana,
ik hou van deze fraaie composities.

Groetjes en een fijn weekend gewenst, Joop

Lies said...

Je koos heel mooie stukjes uit, Jana !
Lie(f)s.

Filip and Kristel said...

Nice article Jana, I probably walked by one of these facades but I don't recognise any.

Greetings,
Filip

Rosemary said...

Some lovely architecture - and how much it pays to raise your eyes and look skywards.

Jeanne said...

Jana I really like this architectural photos and the angles at which you have captured them. hOpe you are having a lovely summer

kulasa said...

yes I immensely enjoyed looking at them through your lens :-)!

Koryn said...

Oh wow, this is an absolute haven for photographers! I could just imagine walking down the streets of Munich and feeling like you've warped into another era.

fiziskandarz said...

We really love Munich! The historical building, the people, the park, everything! Your post really bring us back down the memory lane :D

gootchai said...

Tu a bien fait de prendre le temps!! c'est tout simplement superbe!!!! bisoussssssss

betchai said...

love the colors and details in the buildings Jana, your pic really showed the depth of their characters.

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Quite ornate indeed, unlike anything I've seen in Australia.

AVCr8teur said...

Nice to see the different architectures in different parts of the world.