Munich Residences 1805
Before moving Würzburg to Munich herself, and while Schelling was yet en route ahead of her, Caroline assiduously scrutinized the Munich newspapers for potential apartments. She writes to him on 25 April 1806:
“Ah, and the Munich paper lists so many nice logis!”
The Münchner Polizey-Uebersicht (1805), to which Caroline may well have had access, fortuitously includes copious illustrations of Munich citizen residences and street life at the time, illustrations that not only illuminate her coming letters from Munich but also allow present readers to get a glimpse of her later residence there.
Here a selection from that issue of the Münchner Polizey-Uebersicht illustrating the residential environment into which Caroline was soon to move.