The Munich Thread

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Re: The Munich Thread

Post by Rodac » 08 Jan 2012 17:38

Hi resolution aerial views of various cities including Munich.

http://www.fotomarburg.de/bestaende/uebernahm/kieler2

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Re: The Munich Thread

Post by grassi » 08 Jan 2012 20:39

Rodac wrote:Hi resolution aerial views of various cities including Munich.

http://www.fotomarburg.de/bestaende/uebernahm/kieler2
Nice photos of Munich!
Some of them seem to be taken after the beginning of the war and before much bomb damage occured.
The series about Nuremberg shows several damaged houses.

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Re: The Munich Thread

Post by b14ck » 09 Jan 2012 05:54

Excellent camo in the square... i've never seen this image before.

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Re: The Munich Thread

Post by ghostsoldier » 09 Jan 2012 06:06

Rodac wrote:Hi resolution aerial views of various cities including Munich.

http://www.fotomarburg.de/bestaende/uebernahm/kieler2
Excellent! :)

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Re: The Munich Thread

Post by ihoyos » 09 Jan 2012 17:59

I notice in Munich photos 930436 and 930437
there is building in front of Brown house, exactly across the street. I never see that building before.
Does any body know what was that building?

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Re: The Munich Thread

Post by PavelH » 09 Jan 2012 21:16

Look at Johan`s pages, where you can see a map of the whole Konigplatz.

http://hitlerpages.com/pagina29.html

According to this, it was Fuhrer`s deputy and staff house.

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Re: The Munich Thread

Post by Keir » 11 Jan 2012 21:03

ihoyos wrote:I notice in Munich photos 930436 and 930437
there is building in front of Brown house, exactly across the street. I never see that building before.
Does any body know what was that building?
Isn't it the so-called Black House? From 1887 until 1934 the Papal nunciature was located opposite the Brown House in Briennerstraße.

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Re: The Munich Thread

Post by grassi » 12 Jan 2012 00:35

http://www.muenchen.de/Rathaus/kult/mus ... rchen.html
Die päpstliche Nuntiatur (»Schwarzes Haus«) war bis 1934 unmittelbar gegenüber dem »Braunen Haus« in der Brienner Straße gelegen.
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Re: The Munich Thread

Post by odeon » 03 Feb 2012 11:50

So I discovered a new reichsadler in Munich last night! Well, its not new and other people may have already seen this but it was the first time I had seen this one. I saw it last night on a cab ride home, I almost asked the driver to stop right there but I didn't have my camera on me. It's a huge building and today, different sections are painted different colors to make them look like separate units, but it looks like it was all one building back them. Its a large, I would say U shaped building with an interior courtyard. I would say it was an apartment building or perhaps a large office. If anyone has any info on this building, I would love to hear the history. I will separate this into a few posts, I took a lot of pictures. Hope you enjoy...

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Re: The Munich Thread

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Re: The Munich Thread

Post by odeon » 03 Feb 2012 11:55

these last two are the address. It is directly at the corner of the streets listed. The street runs parallel to Olympia park, and you have a clear view of the Olympia Park tower and the BMW museum from the site.


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Re: The Munich Thread

Post by odeon » 03 Feb 2012 12:33

What I like about the reliefs on the side, is either the original color is still present, or people have kept it up over the years....

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Re: The Munich Thread

Post by Schultze » 07 Feb 2012 17:12

"What I like about the reliefs on the side, is either the original color is still present, or people have kept it up over the years...."

Hausmeisters are often proud to keep their buildings in good order :-)

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