Monday, 30 November 2015

392 Neuperlach in Munich, 20.10.2014, part 1 of 4

That day I spent many hours walking around in Ramersdorf-Perlach and Neuperlach. I saw something on Google maps that caught my attention and that's why I went there. Definitely worth visiting.

First some photos on my way there.





Das ist neunzehnhundertzweiundsechzig!







To the U-Bahn and then to Quiddestrasse.


So I started from the U-bahn station close to top of this map and moved left along Quiddestrasse. It is probably evident what caught my attention in this northern part of Ramersdorf-Perlach. There used to be a village called Ramer(s) if the name was taken this way.







A pedestrian bridge.





This is remarkably beautiful.




This should be view towards Ständlerstrasse (which is behind the far house).










These beauties cought my attention and made me do a diversion to north -- there were four very beautiful towerblocks.




There was a very nice and large house but not nicely visible through trees. There's a better picture later.











11 floors!







This is the house that I saw earlier through trees. It could be that it was house for elderly people but I'm not sure.







































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