The 1200-year-old town of Dachau was a well-known
artists' colony in the 19th Century
On the left, you can see the rear of the new modern city
hall; the baroque building to the right of it is the old city
hall. The church spire marks the location of St. Jakob church.
The rear of the yellow Zieglerbräu Inn is in the center
of the photo. Bavaria's first concentration camp was opened on
the outskirts of Dachau on March 22, 1933.