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Residenz München {Munich, Germany}

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Today is the FINAL day of our exploration of Germany together. I hope you have enjoyed your time thus far! In case you have missed any of our trips, you can easily see them by going to: Exploring Germany Series.

Today we are going to explore Residenz München. This beautiful residence in Munich housed Bavarian dukes, electors and Kings from 1508 to 1918. And yes, our friend King Ludwig II was among the many royals that stayed at the Residenz Munich!


Here are my boys with King Ludwig II and King Ludwig III. It looks like Ludwig III has my Little Caveman by the neck! Hahaha!

Inside of the Residenz were some of the richest fabrics, colors, and decorating I have ever seen in person. I was smitten with the Antiquarium. I think I took over 100 photos alone in just this one room. It was so fascinating to me.


This was a beautiful rich red room inside of the Residenz that our youngest was particularly fond of.

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More bits and pieces of the beauty you’ll find throughout the Residenz…

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I have thoroughly enjoyed our time together during my Exploring Germany series!


My Exploring Germany series is a part of the iHomeschool Network Hopscotch.
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About Carlie Kercheval

Carlie Kercheval is a happily married work-at-home homeschooling mom. She and her college sweetheart have been blessed with 3 precious children to raise while traveling the world as a military family. Carlie is the founder of Today's Frugal Mom™ and Managing Your Blessings. She is also the co-author of the Learning to Speak Life™ family Bible studies and co-founder of Fulfilling Your Vows. When she is not busy enjoying her family and the great outdoors, you can typically find her cozied up somewhere under a blanket with a good book. You can connect with her on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.


  1. It does take your breath away! I’m with your little Caveman in the last picture – what fun it would be to just lay down and look around from all angles, getting the full perspective!
    Your series has made me stop and think that even all this beauty and grandeur here on earth does not even compare to what we’ll behold in heaven. Thanks for sharing!