After the presentation of the Huawei Mate 10 Pro in Munich, we had time to visit the famous BMW Museum located near the presentation site. All pictures in this article were taken with the camera of this smartphone.
Munich is the main city of Bavaria. And the main technical achievement of the Bavarians, as everyone knows, are BMW cars. The headquarters of the company is located here, and in 1973 a museum building was added to the office center (and opened to the public). You can read about it on the museum’s website. If you want to visit it in Munich, you will need its coordinates on Google maps. You will need at least two hours to visit it. And if you want to take a closer look at all the exhibits, and even take a selfie, then even more.
The office building itself reminded me of four stacks of tires. And the museum is a flying saucer with a platform for a helicopter on the roof. The layout inside the museum allows you to appreciate the mastabas of the structure from a bird’s eye view.
Already next to the ticket office, museum visitors are met by a rare car. This is a Dixi 3/15 PSb roadster produced in 1927 under license from the British Austin Seven. The car was produced in https://ha.benq.com.ng/page-dell-streak-7-kwamfutar-hannu-review 4 versions (it is interesting that in one of them the driver did not have a door) and developed speeds up to fabulous 70 km / h at that time.