Carlmen is located in Munich, capital of Bavaria in southern Germany. It is the gate to the west of Munich's old city. It separates the old city from the suburbs of Ludwig. The west gate of the medieval fortifications built by Carlmen for Louis IV is an important access to Munich's historical center. Calmen was once one of Munich's busiest areas, part of the second wall of Munich built by Louis IV from 1285 to 1347, named after Carl Teodor, founder of Carl Square.
Carmen, not far from Munich Railway Station. Go straight through Carmen, all the way to Pedestrian Street. The buildings on both sides show the town's style. A good place for shopping and walking. It was a bit dark when I went, because I was told that there were pickpockets, but I was still nervous.
The Fountain Square in front of Carmen was surrounded by many people, waiting for the night performance or for the eruption of the fountain. Seeing the crowds under the arch bustling, in and out of the continuous, can not help but move forward. It turned out that behind the arch was a busy pedestrian street, with shops on both sides of the street and people flowing in and out. Reclusive places such as fountain pools at street corners, lanes and tails are also used as recreational places by tourists.
Carlmen is the West Gate built by Louis IV as a defensive fortification and an important access to Munich's historic center. The gate on the west side of Munich's old city separates the old city from the suburbs of Ludwig. Now there are no wooden doors left, only three stone doors are left behind. Walking street, shops, restaurants are better than living nearby.
This is the only way to the old city of Carl Square. It's like a castle with sculptures on it. It's very beautiful.
Carl gate, the gate of the west side of the old city of Munich, the old city and Ludwig, a must for tourists is. Carl door wall was built in 1285-1347 in Munich, the second part of the storage of gunpowder explosion in 1857, the winner of the tower is impaired, Carl door also severely damaged in the second world war, rebuilt buildings were simplified, travel from here to enter more marian square.
At one end of the shopping street near Maria Square, there is a subway station, and there are many tourists.