This Victory Gate in Munich was originally dedicatd to the Bavarian army. It was nearly destroyed in WWII and after reconstroction was dedicated to peace with a plaque reading "Dedicated to victory, destroyed by war, urging peace"
The Road to Enlightenment
To Olympia and Below
The colorful Olympia Einkaufszentrum U-Bahn Station in Munich, Germany
Capturing the U6 incoming train in Garching Station
Taken inside an office building in Munich, Germany
Candidplatz, Under the Rainbow
The Candidplatz U-Bahn Station, Munich, Germany
Westfriedhof, Dome Light Station
Another of my favorite subway stations...Westfriedhof, Munich, Germany
The Endless Staircase
This staircase is actually a piece of art designed by Olafur Eliasson. It is a double spiral of steel standing over 9 meters high at the entrance of the KPMG office building in Munich, Germany. The blend of art & architecture, completed in 2004, is called Umschreibung. It is believed to be the only staircase in the world that a person can go up and down without changing direction.
Wall on the inside of the Olympia Einkaufszentrum U-Bhan Station, Munich, Germany
Lines, Lights & Rails
The Oberwiesenfeld U-Bahn Station, Munich, Germany
Hasenbergl Station Looking Up
The Hasenbergl U-Bahn Station, Munich, Germany
Hasenbergl Station Looking Down
Candidplatz Yellow Column
The Marienplatz U-Bahn Station in Munich, Germany.