Munich Subway Pedestrian Passage

This deserted pedestrian passageway is usually very crowded. It leads from the subway tube to the Marienplatz. This central subway station is used not only by lots of tourists, but also from the many commuters living in the area around Munich. See a reprojected version of this panorama here.


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