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Munich, Germany.  Englisher Garten designed by British-American Scientist Sir Benjamin Thomas and German Architect Friedrich Ludwig Von Sckell in 1808.

Munich, Germany. Englisher Garten designed by British-American Scientist Sir Benjamin Thomas and German Architect Friedrich Ludwig Von Sckell in 1808.

wooloomooloo finger wharf

wooloomooloo finger wharf

Attractive Nuremberg http://www.travelandtransitions.com/european-travel/

Attractive Nuremberg http://www.travelandtransitions.com/european-travel/

Ulm -Rathaus...This is my hometown-Also where Einstein was born! G.

Ulm -Rathaus...This is my hometown-Also where Einstein was born! G.

Learn about Munich, Germany!

World Culture for Kids: Munich, Germany

"I want to kick myself for passing up these suitcases. The faux-snakeskin ones were only around $20 each!" —Katie Woolsey, market editor

"I want to kick myself for passing up these suitcases. The faux-snakeskin ones were only around $20 each!" —Katie Woolsey, market editor

There’s getting lost in a museum, and then there’s getting LOST. The good news is, there’s now technology to help you map your way through even the world’s largest museums.  Recently, the Smithsonian Institution put out an app that maps each and every room covering 2.7 million square feet.  Read more to find out which museums are catching on to make sure visitors maximize their trip.

Travel Tip: Museum Apps

There’s getting lost in a museum, and then there’s getting LOST. The good news is, there’s now technology to help you map your way through even the world’s largest museums. Recently, the Smithsonian Institution put out an app that maps each and every room covering 2.7 million square feet. Read more to find out which museums are catching on to make sure visitors maximize their trip.

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