The capital of Bavaria is indeed a lovely city, especially in winter, when it simply takes your breath away.


Munich’s Christmas Market, or Christkindlmarkt dates back to the 14th Century. It can be found at the Marienplatz.


There are more than 140 stalls selling a huge variety of goods ranging from baked apples, roasted almonds, pepper nuts to wooden, carved toys and tree decorations.


The Christmas tree in the background is the highlight of the Christmas Market.


Oh yeah, I would like to add that I LOVE the German language. Sounds really funky. For instance, sorry in German is enshuldigung. Sounds a little like lau-lei-ah-gung. Ha ha ha.

Ausfahrt and krankenhaus is funny too. Means exit (for cars) and hospital.


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