Freising – city, where the first records in Slovenian were found | Travel Blog Munich #4

Language is a part of us. There are more than 6000 languages in the world and Slovenian is my mother tongue. It is important to know about the history of your language and the purpose of visiting Freising was to visit the monastery and church, where the Freising Manuscripts were found. Our visit to Freising … Continue reading Freising – city, where the first records in Slovenian were found | Travel Blog Munich #4

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Reliving the horrors of WWII in Dachau Concentration Camp | Travel Blog Munich #3

The WWII happened less than a century ago and alongside the war, a lot of other crimes happened. One of the crimes were camps for unwanted people in Nazi Germany. Prisoners in Dachau were mainly Jews, German and Austrian criminals, but between the war, other nationalities were transferred there, including French, Poles, Balkans, Yugoslavs, Russians … Continue reading Reliving the horrors of WWII in Dachau Concentration Camp | Travel Blog Munich #3

Visiting Munich – the capital of Bavaria | Travel Blog Munich #2

Early in the morning of Monday 24th April, our bus left the parking site in Ljubljana, Slovenia and headed for Munich, Germany. After 6 hours long drive from Ljubljana, through Karavanke, over Austria, we arrived in Munich, the capital city of Bavaria. Our first activity was bus tour around the city. While our guide was … Continue reading Visiting Munich – the capital of Bavaria | Travel Blog Munich #2