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  • 1 Theatine Church, Munich Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Theatinerstr. 22 D - 80333 München

    This large Baroque building was built from 1663 to 1688. The 71 metre-high cupola is richly decorated with stucco and gives a grandiose feeling of space. The dark wood of the pulpit, made in 1661, contrasts with the white and grey tones that dominate..

  • 2 Glyptothek Interesting

    Museums and art

    Pl. latz 3 D - 80333 München

    A thousand years of Greek and Roman sculpture are gathered in this classical-style building by Klenze. Don't miss the Apollo of Tenea (6C BC), one of the kouroi (large half-human, half-divine figures), the Barberini Faun (Hellenistic period), and the..

  • 3 Collection of Antiquities, Munich Interesting

    Museums and art

    Pl. latz 1-3 D - 80333 München

    Housed in a building with a corinthian colonnade porch, a large collection of ceramics shows the development of pottery and painting on vases in Ancient Greece. There are examples of successive styles (geometric décor, black faces, red faces) present..

  • 4 Lenbach Collections Interesting

    Museums and art

    Luisenstr. 33 D - 80333 München

    This villa contains collections of Munich paintings from the 19C, including portraits of Franz von Lenbach. The gallery is known internationally, though, for its collection of the Blue Rider, a movement represented by the works of its founders, Kandi..

  • 5 English Garden Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Prinzregentenstr. D - 80538 München

    This park, with its lawns, fountains and lake, was built in the late 18C. It is particularly busy in summer, near to the Chinese tower, where there is an open-air tavern with no less than 7,000 seats. From the Monopteros, a round temple built on a hi..

  • 6 Munich History Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    Pl. obs-Platz 1 D - 80331 München

    The Munchner Stadtmuseum houses major collections relating to the history of Munich, including interior decoration of Munich houses, craftwork, paintings, music, puppet theatre, photography and cinema. Don't miss the Moorish dancers , ten magnificent..

  • 7 Church of St John Nepomuk, or of the Asam Brothers Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Sendlingerstr. 34 D - 80331 München

    Dedicated to St John Nepomucene, this church is mainly known by the name of its builders. Built in 1733, its inside structure is remarkably harmonious. The ceiling fresco shows episodes from the life of St John Nepomucene

  • 8 Hellabrunn Zoological Gardens Interesting

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Tierparkstrasse 30 D - 81543 München

    Munich's zoo was built in 1911 on the right bank of the Isar, and is also a natural park. Its 5,000 inhabitants are divided into geographical area. See the elephants' pavilion (1913), the grand aviary and the polar buildings.

  • 9 Farmers' Market Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Viktualienmarkt 6 D - München

    An ideal place to browse on a walk through Munich, this village-style market has been in existence since 1807 and remains popular with gourmets because of its excellent farm and more exotic produce. Its Biergarten is also a popular meeting point - th..

  • 10 Residence Gardens Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Pl. platz 18 D - München

    The Renaissance garden of the Residence, surrounded by a peristyle, was laid out in 1613 by Maximilian 1. Separated from Odeonsplatz by a Neoclassical portico, architect Leo von Klenze's first work in 1816, it is an oasis of tranquillity popular with..

  • 11 Sea Life Interesting

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Pl. Daume-Platz 1 D - München

    Thirty saltwater and freshwater aquariums provide a journey of discovery through the aquatic worlds of the Danube, the Mediterranean and the Black Sea. At the base of one of the tanks visitors are able to walk through a spectacular 10m glass tunnel.

  • 12 Allianz Arena Stadium Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25 D - 80339 München

    Built for the World Cup in 2006, this gigantic 66 000-seater football stadium has an impressive outer ring designed by the architects Herzog & de Meuron. Each of its 2 760 transparent air-filled panels can be lit up in different colours for each matc..

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  • 15 Fünf Höfe (five courtyards)

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Kardinal-Faulhaber-Strasse 10 10 D - 80333 Munich

    The reworking of the area (1998-2003), partly designed by architects Herzog & de Meuron, is a mix of courtyards, covered passageways, hanging gardens, office buildings and shops. On Theatinerstraße, the building is covered with metallic shutters deco..

  • 16 Sankt-Jakobs-Platz

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Pl. Jakobs-Platz D - 80331 Munich

    At the centre of this square is Munich's new synagogue, inaugurated in 2006, 68 years after the pogrom known as the Night of Broken Glass ( Kristallnacht), when Jewish places of worship were torn down. The building recalls the lines of Jerusalem's te..

  • 17 Feldherrnhalle

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Residenzstraße 1 1 D - 80333 Munich

    This gallery, built from 1841 to 1844 by Friedrich von Gärtner, is based on the Loggia dei Lanzi in Florence. Behind the building is Viscardigasse, an alleyway with a line of gold on the ground, in tribute to the resistance of those who took this rou..

  • 18 Haus der Kunst

    Museums and art

    Prinzregentenstr. 1 D - 81675 München

    This building by Paul Ludwig Troost, built 1933 -1937, is typical of Third Reich architecture and was used to house exhibitions of propaganda devoted to official art. The gallery now hosts international contemporary art exhibitions.

  • 19 Ethnographical Museum

    Museums and art

    Maximilianstr. 42 D - 80333 München

    Founded in 1868, the Staatliches Museum für Volkerkunde is the second largest ethnographical museum in Germany, housing more than 200 000 exhibits from the Americas, India, the Middle East and Oceania. The collections once belonged to the royal famil..

  • 20 Olympiapark

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Dachauer Str. D - 80335 München

    This is where the 1972 Olympic Games took place. The old velodrome now houses an Olympic Games Museum. From the top of the television tower, 190 metres up, you can enjoy the spectacular view right over the Alps.

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