Square of Max Joseph, the largest and most visited square, located in the Old town of Munich.

Around the area are concentrated the important sights of Munich, and also historical buildings in which are located the restaurants and shops.


National theatre - the Opera house in Munich, which is one of the most famous Opera houses in the world.

The national theatre is a major piece of European classicism and one of the largest Opera stages in the world.


Palace Tering-Jettenbach with courtyards were built in the 18th century in the Rococo style in those days was the most sophisticated aristocratic Palace in Munich.


Odeonsplatz square in Central Munich, which is one of the most beautiful and busiest squares of the city.

Around the area a unified ensemble concentrated the important sights of Munich.


The monument is a outdoor metal plate c the contours of the body installed on the sidewalk in memory of the assassination on 21 February 1919 in Munich, the first Prime Minister of Bavaria Kurt Eisner.


Theatinerkirche is a Catholic church, which was the court, cathedral and order church of the Teatins.

The church was established in gratitude for the birth of the long-awaited heir to the Bavarian crown, Prince Max Emanuel, in 1662.


Feldherrnhalle - the so-called "Hall of the Bavarian generals", which is a monumental loggia and a monument, a symbol of military glory of Bavaria.

During the history Feldherrnhalle been ambivalent glory.


The Preysing Palace is a late Baroque mansion that served as the seat of the Counts of Preysing.

This mansion was the first Munich rococo palace. The outer walls of the building were decorated with stucco.


Old court, formerly the Ducal Palace and Imperial residence of the rulers of Bavaria.

Today the old residence to the public and is a complex of buildings with an inner courtyard.


Hofgarten public Park in Baroque style, located on the Northern edge of Munich's Old town.

Hofgarten was originally built as a court garden (inner garden) in Munich residence.


Munich residence - the historic residence of the Dukes, electors and kings of Bavaria, the largest inner-city Palace in Germany.

Today, the residence is one of the most important art museums in Europe.


St. Paul's Church (Paulskirche the) Catholic Church, one of the most high and powerful religious buildings in Munich.

In the main tower of the Church, having a height of 97 meters, is a circular observation deck.


Theresa Meadow (Theresienwiese) is a large open space located in the center of Munich.

Theresa Meadow is Munich's largest venue for celebrations and festivals, including the Oktoberfest, the Christmas Market and the Little Oktoberfest Spring Festival.


Olympic Park - Park complex built for the summer Olympic games of 1972 in Munich.

Today, the Park serves as a venue for sporting, cultural, social and religious events and also for sports, walks and rest.


Frauenkirche (Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary / Dom zu Unserer Lieben Frau) is a Munich Gothic cathedral, a symbol and landmark of the city.

In the Cathedral: the observation deck, the trail of the devil, the Cenotaph of Louis IV, the altar, the organ, choirs, chapels, paintings, sculptures and clocks from the 16th century.

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