What do you do when the sky is grey, it's cold and spring isn't in sight? You go out anyway. At least today we did. To get some exercise we walked across downtown Munich to the Old South Cemetery. The cemetery, established in 1563 for victims of the plague, was located outside the city gates. From 1788 to 1867 it was the single collective burial ground for the dead of the city which is why it contains the graves of several prominent Munich citizens of that period. Today it's popular for people who want to take a walk out of earshot of city traffic and is protected as a site of historical interest. No one has been buried there for the past 70 years.
... is up and running again. It is a space for notes on my daily doings - walks, bike rides, photo outings, travel. Thanks for reading.