Viktualienmarkt, Munich
Mar 3, 2014Public
Photo: Welcome to Munich's 200-year-old "victuals market", open daily except Sundays, and popular with gourmets. Just round the corner from Marienplatz
Photo: 140 stalls and shops offer flowers, exotic fruit, game, poultry, spices, cheese, fish, juices - a wide range of gastronomic miscellany
Photo: Love the lettering!
Photo: In the background: church of Saint Peter
Photo: The red roof to the right of St Peter's is of the church of the Holy Spirit
Photo: The spire of St Peter's
Photo: Bavarian insignia. Blue and white are the national colours of Bavaria
Photo: Church of the Holy Spirit
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Photo: Nothing but the best...
Photo: Spud-u-Like for connoisseurs...
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Photo: I rather fancied the blackberry (Brombeer Likör, left), but couldn't have got it into my luggage
Photo: So I bought some tea instead. (Mango-flavoured.)
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Photo: The Germans do mustard in a big way. Anyone for apricot  (third from left)?
Photo: Statue of Karl Valentin (1882-1948), sometimes called the "Charlie Chaplin of Germany". The mind, admittedly, boggles a bit.