Wednesday, June 03, 2009


Interesting building facades seen in Munich.

Is there any doubt this is a detective agency?

You will have to click on this photo for more details.
On top of each of the figures label each one's occupation. Hopefully, I am translating the labels correctly from left to right...
"Burger" is short for Burgermeister or Town Master.
"Hausfrau" translates to House Mother.
"Kunstler" translates to Performer.
"Jvngfrau" translates to Virgin or Maiden.
"Gelehrte" translates to Scholar.

Statues from centuries ago. If you look closely, it looks like each statue is covered with netting. I wonder if they fear one or more might suddenly fall off.

- Karen


Lilli & Nevada said...

Wow Karen,
This is beautiful such beautiful architect.

photowannabe said...

Wonderful pictures and the architecture is supurb. You were so fortunate to see it.
Yes Bodie is truly a photographer's paradise.

Kcalpesh said...

Great Structures and wonderfully clicked pictures!! Good work! Keep Sharing!

LR Photography said...

Great places Karen, thank you for sharing!

Lynette said...

Enjoyed your trip photos so much. I'll bet the netting is to keep pigeons off the statues. The certainly do look well-cared-for, much better than they would if those pesky birds could roost on them.

dot said...

Fascinating buildings.