Oktoberfest like Bavaria sees it

This panorama has been made from inside the head of Bavaria. Bavaria is a hollow bronze statue that can be ascended in the inside. It is located next to the Theresienwiese, where the famous Oktoberfest takes place since more than 200 years.


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