What to do in Munich? – Top 11 fountains to see – Travel Cubed, Germany [4K]

If you are wondering what to do or what to see in Munich, fountains should definitely be on your list! In this video, we prepared a top 11 fountains in Munich.

1. Wittelsbacher Brunnenn (Lenbachplatz) – 7:38
The Wittelsbacher fountain is a neoclassical monument located in Maximiliansplatz in the center of Munich, Bavaria, Germany. It was created between 1893 and 1895, with design by sculptor Adolf von Hildebrand and with the help of sculptor Erwin Kurz. His subject is an allegory on the primal forces of the element water. With its calm and clear design, and also from the urban point of view, the fountain is considered an accomplished artistic installation of the Bavarian Capital.

2. Wittelsbacherbrunnen (Münchner Residenz) – 6:02
This ornamental sculpture fountain in the courtyard at Residenz is one of the oldest fountains in Munich and is probably one of the most beautiful monuments to see in the city.

3. Fischbrunnen – 5:15
The Fischbrunnen is a fountain in the center of Munich, whose history can be traced back to the Middle Ages. In 1954, Josef Henselmann created the fountain in its present form, using parts of Konrad Knoll’s neo-gothic fountain that was destroyed during the Second World War.

4. Neptunbrunnen – 4:28
Neptunbrunnen is a fountain located in the Alter Botanischer Garten of Munich, Germany. It was sculpted in 1937 at the behest of the National Socialist government by Josef Wackerle. A muscular statue of Neptune stands in the middle of the fountain, holding a trident on his shoulder, above a fish-tailed horse rising from the water.

5. Fountain on Karlsplatz – 3:37

6. Kronprinz-Rupprecht-Brunnen – 3:00
It was created by the sculptor Bernhard Bleeker in 1961 and installed in the same year. On a ball, which in turn rests on a pillar, stands the naked figure of the Justice, holding the scales of justice with her right hand and on the other hand a Pallas Athena, which stands for victory as well as for art and science. Below the figure, there are two bowl fountains and a slightly elevated catch basin. The fountain is dedicated to the former Crown Prince Rupprecht, the son of the last Bavarian King Ludwig III. from the house of Wittelsbach. The crown prince’s monogram is on the middle pillar: a curved Rwith the crown of the Kingdom of Bavaria. The fountain is made of bronze, the lower catch basin is made of shell limestone.

7. Brunnenbuberl – 2:23
This fountain is one of the first things you see as you start walking down Neuhauser Strasse after going through Karlstor. The sculpture consists of a slight figure in bronze of a boy covering his eyes as a stone satyr spits water into the fountain.

8. Fountains in Hofgarten – 1:45
9. Great Parterre (Nymphenburg) – 1:18
10. Nymphenbrunnen – 0:41
11. Fountain on Brienner str. – 0:06

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