Refugees spend the night at Munich’s central station
The Bavarian capital is poised to receive the largest number of migrants since September 6, when 13,000 arrived. There aren’t enough beds for refugees and sleep remains elusive for Munich’s worried officials.
Colorful mannequins perched on the roof of a shop in Munich’s central station herald the arrival of the city’s landmark Oktoberfest at the end of this month, offering a surreal contrast to refugees who have been forced to make their beds along the walls of the railway station’s massive hall.
The city has received more than 60,000 refugees ever since they started pouring in from Austria and Hungary on August 31. An overwhelming number of migrants – well over 10,000 according to Upper Bavaria’s regional president Christoph Hillenbrand, arrived from Salzburg on Saturday.
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