We only had a couple hours in this square, but it was definitely worth a visit. I was intrigued with the Schoener Brunnen (Beautiful Fountain) in the middle of the square. The intricate gilded figures and ornate patterns on this Gothic fountain are steeped in history and legend - look for the golden ring! Frauenkirche was beautiful - quite crowded around noon when the figures march about the clock over the massive front door of the church. Inside was magnificent. There were some nice shops and restaurants - we especially enjoyed the gingerbread at Lebkuchen Schmidt, so much so that we went back in and bought more after eating the first batch while watching the clock! Had lunch at Bratwurst Roslein, established in 1431 and very atmospheric with heavy wooden tables and leaded windows. They had a great selection of German food including many samples of bratwurst as you would expect.
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