Munich: City Portrait

Munich (München), known as the world’s most livable city with the highest quality of life, on the banks of River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. Well, capital of Bavaria, a German state known for Bavarians commonly emphasizing pride in their traditions.

Schloss Nymphenburg (The Nymphenburg Palace) – summer residence of the former rulers of Bavaria of theHouse of Wittelsbach.

The New Town Hall – Gothic Revival architecture style at Marienplatz

The New Town Hall – Gothic Revival architecture style

BMW Headquarters– headquarters for the Bavarian automaker BMW

Schloss Nymphenburg (The Nymphenburg Palace) – summer residence of the former rulers of Bavaria of theHouse of Wittelsbach.

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The New Town Hall – Gothic Revival architecture style

The BMW Welt (BMW World)

Olympiapark, Munich constructed for the 1972 Summer Olympics.

The Glyptothek– Musuem of Greek and Roman sculptures

The BMW Welt (BMW World)

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Olympiapark, Munich constructed for the 1972 Summer Olympics.

Schloss Nymphenburg (The Nymphenburg Palace) – summer residence of the former rulers of Bavaria of theHouse of Wittelsbach.

The much spoken about, Allianz Arena– home stadium of FC Bayern Munich

Marienplatz (Mary’s Square)- central square in the city centre of Munich.

BMW Headquarters– headquarters for the Bavarian automaker BMW

Weekend at Marienplatz (Mary’s Square).

Marienplatz (Mary’s Square)- central square in the city centre of Munich.

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