Swirling in history and yet future-forward, the cities of Germany are immediate magnets for urban tourists and those drawn to the cosmopolitan delights of one of Europe's most vibrant economy....
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The largest city palace in Germany, is among the most elaborate residential buildings in the world. It's impossible to take it all in in one visit, so don't even try. Completed over four centuries, the Residenz spans multiple architectural styles. Don't miss 'The Renaissance Antiquarium', the most lavish and the oldest buildings in the Residenz.
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The Hindu festival of Janamashtami fell on one of the days in August while I was in Munich. Just a day before the festival, one of my friends asked me if there was a Krishna temple in Munich and that I should visit one if there was. Acting upon his advice, I googled up the nearest Iskcon temple and found a way to get there. At 5 pm, I was the first one to enter the temple and greet the German priest. The darbaar was breathtakingly beautiful and nothing like you would expect to find in Munich. Indian and German worshipers started pouring in by the minute and within no time we had a full house. The priests started chanting the Hare Krishna Mantra and soon the ambiance in the room had transformed. Krishna had taken over our hearts and minds. It was one of the most surreal experiences I had in Munich. Moral of the story is that no matter where you are in the world, it is important to always stay connected to your roots.4. Beer. Beer. And more Beer.