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Munich: Viktualienmarkt legend died – Bäckerliesl was a real Munich original

Elisabeth Forstner died at the age of 95. (Icon image)

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The Viktualienmarkt is no longer recognizable in times of Corona. Now the market has lost one of its most famous faces – the corona virus is not supposed to be the reason.

  • The Viktualienmarkt is hardly recognizable in times of Corona.
  • Now the market has lost one of its most famous faces.
  • The corona virus is not believed to have been the cause of death.

Munich – The Viktualienmarkt in Munich is known all over the world. In times of corona* the market goes in Munich Hearts through difficult times. Empty streets characterize the picture, most recently there was a fire. Now the Viktualienmarkt has one of its most famous Faces lost.

Munich: Viktualienmarkt icon died – Corona not the cause of death

How Abendzeitung.de reported, Elisabeth Forstner, known as “Bäckerliesl”, died at the age of 95, like Elke Fett, spokeswoman for the Stands of the newspaper confirmed. As the spokeswoman reports, the Viktualienmarkt icon lived at home until the end – an infection with the coronavirus should not have anything to do with Elisabeth Forstner’s death. “Until about two years ago, she sat on her stool every Saturday Standl, always fresh from the hairdresser, “says market people spokeswoman Elke Fett on Saturday Evening News.

“Bäckerliesl” died: Interior Minister Herrmann congratulated her on your 90th birthday

She celebrated her 90th birthday a few years ago. And everyone came to congratulate. “Even Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann wrote me a letter,” said the jubilee of tz. Friends gave her a cake with a big 90 on it, the stand women brought a huge bouquet with 90 roses. “All of this for me – it’s almost a bit embarrassing to me,” said the skilled bakery saleswoman.

Munich: Viktualienmarkt icon died – on the market since 1950

Elisabeth Forstner was behind her counter for the first time in 1950. With your “Peasant crust bread“She made sure of a very good reputation early on, also because she always walked a bit towards the people walking by Try with on the way. In the end, Forstner had to step down a bit, her great-niece Katharina took over the business, as it goes on to say. It will continue to be the famous bread on the Viktualienmarkt in Munich give.

In Munich, the majority of them behave in accordance with the rules due to the initial restriction caused by the corona virus. But those who break the rules have to pay. Of the Fines catalog*. in the In the Corona era, English gardeners have a “spooky” place* discovered.

* tz.de is part of the nationwide Ippen-Digital editors network.

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