One of Germany’s largest cities has legalised public nudity
Germany’s third largest city, Munich, has legalised public nudity by introducing six designated nudist zones.
Since last autumn – when statewide laws stopping nude sunbathing expired – the issue of public nudity has been debated in the city.
It has now been decided that nudists are officially welcome to strip.
The six designated nudist areas are not fenced off or hidden away, although their location in parkland grants them a degree of privacy.
One nudist zone is situated in a main tourist spot along a stream, which is barely 10 minutes away from Munich’s main square.
Public nudity in Munich has gone on for years, and it is common to see people walking around unclothed in several spots in the city, such as the Englischer Garten, and various spots along the Isar River.
Nudity is not restricted to Munich; the practice…
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