Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall)
Most easterly building on Marienplatz square, at the heart of Munich. Gothic co80331 München uncil hall and ballroom and the adjoining town hall tower have been reconstructed.
Neues Rathaus (New Town Hall)
Built 1867 - 1909 in Flanders Gothic style; its facade, over 300 feet in length, features strikingly elaborate stone ornamentation. Its 260-foot tower with carillon is, with St. Peter's Church and the twin towers of the Cathedral, one of the most distinctive features of the city's skyline.
Glockenspiel im Rathausturm (Carillon in New Town Hall Tower)
Largest carillon in Germany, with near-lifesize figures performing the traditional Coopers' Dance and a jousting match.
Square in Classicist style, bordered by the Glyptothek, a Collection of Antiquities and the Propylaen modeled on Graeco-Roman temples. Unique in Germany's architectural history.
Theresienwiese / Oktoberfest
The Theresienwiese is mainly known as the site of the Oktoberfest, and is also referred to as the "Wies'n".
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Venue of the XXth Olympic Games in 1972, this beautifully landscaped park is accentuated by the widely acclaimed suspension roof over its main sports facilities.
(Olympic Tower), 951 feet
Germany's highest television tower.
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Including the Amalienburg, Badenburg and Pagodenburg summer houses, the Magdalenen-klause grotto and the Marstallmuseum (Royal Stables Museum).
Botanical Gardens in Nymphenburg
Menzinger Straße 65
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One of the largest botanical gardens in Germany with plants from all over the world in outdoor displays and hothouses.
One of the largest municipal parks in the world, the English Garden is situated between the city center, Schwabing and the Isar river. Its origins date back to 1789, the year in which the Chinese Tower - today one of the main attractions and the centerpiece of a thriving beer garden - was erected . A further attraction, particularly for photographers, is the Monopteros, a pillared monument set on a hill in the park in 1838.
Take the Film Express through Germany's Film City, where around 150 hours of cinema and TV films are produced every year. This was the birthplace of films such as "Das Boot" ("The U-Boat"), "Cabaret", "The Never-Ending Story" and many German TV series.
The dream and the reality, the locations and the scenery, the truth and the tricks of the film business are right here for you to explore.