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Bavarian State Opera:
Classical opera house with an impressive exterior and a magnificent interior. The theater's ensemble has a long-standing tradition of excellence.
The State Opera seats 2,100 people. Five rows of stalls and the royal box overlook the circular auditorium .

The Königsplatz is a square at Munich, Germany. The square was designed with the creation of the Brienner Straße at the command of Crown Prince Ludwig of Bavaria by Karl von Fischer and laid out by Leo von Klenze. Klenze framed the square with the "Ionic" Glyptothek and the "Doric" Propyläen (Propyläen; created as memorial for the accession of Otto of Greece). The "Corinthian" State Museum of Classical Art was erected by Georg Friedich Ziebland, on its back St. Boniface's Abbey is situated. During the Third Reich the Königsplatz was designed as a field for the Nazi Party's mass rallies. The Brown House, the national headquarters of the Nazi Party in Germany was located at Arcisstraße 12 close to the square. Two "Honor Temples" were erected at the east side for the remains of the sixteen Nazis who died in the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch, but both temples were demolished after World War II. Two buildings of the Nazi party constructed by Paul Troost next to the temples still exist; in one of them, the Führerbau, the Munich Agreement was signed in 1938. Today it is a school for music and theatre called the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München.

Feldherrnhalle, which was modelled on the "Loggia dei Lanzi" in Florence, was commissioned by King Ludwig I to honour the Bavarian army and its victorious generals. It was designed by Friedrich von Gärtner and built from 1841 to 1844.
The bronze statues of Count Tilly and Prince Wrede were sculpted by Ludwig von Schwanthaler and cast from melted-down cannons. The "army monument" in the centre of the hall was added in 1892 by Prince Regent Luitpold. This monumental bronze group created by Ferdinand von Miller commemorates the German-French war in 1870/71.

The marble lions flanking the steps are the work of Wilhelm Ruemann and date from 1905. When the National Socialists came to power in 1933, the Feldherrnhalle became a cult centre of the "movement", since on 9 November 1923 a procession of rebels, among them Adolf Hitler, had been stopped here by the Bavarian police on their way to the Ministry of War. In the shooting that followed, there were deaths and injuries on both sides.
A memorial designed by Paul Ludwig Troost was installed in the Feldherrnhalle in 1933 to commemorate the dead, and there was also an annual "celebration" here. In 1945 the memorial was removed. Today a small bronze plaque in front of the hall commemorates the four policemen killed in the putsch.

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Gärtnerplatz Theater
New Pinakothek

Olympic Park:
Site of the 1972 Olympics, this landscaped park contains sport facilities, lakes, bicycle paths, concert venues, restaurants and a football stadium, as well as its landmark "tent-style" roofs. Don´t miss the fascinating BMW Museum across the street, right next to the companies headquaters - which was constructed in the shape of a four-cylinder engine.

Schleißheim Palace:
The New Palace was begun under Max Emanuel in 1701-1704 from designs by Enrico Zuccalli and completed from 1719 by Joseph Effner. Of the originally planned, monumental complex consisting of four wings, only the main wing was completed.
The magnificent interior decoration was the work of well-known artists such as Johann Baptist Zimmermann, Cosmas Damian Asam and Jacopo Amigoni.
The Gallery Rooms contain masterpieces from the european Baroque era.

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Lenbach Haus
Leopold street.
Hofgarten and Dianatempel

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Allianz Arena
Botanic Garden
Olympia Park

Nymphenburg Palace:
To celebrate the birth of their son and heir, Elector Ferdinand Maria and his consort Henriette Adelaide of Savoy appointed architect Agostino Barelli to build them a summer residence west of Munich.
The simple cube-shaped building, begun in 1664, was enlarged under Max Emanuel and Karl Albrecht from plans by Enrico Zuccalli and Joseph Effner. The massive Great Hall ("Steinerner Saal") was decorated in the Rococo style by Johann Baptist Zimmermann and François Cuvilliés the Elder under Elector Max III Joseph.
A famous feature of the palace is the "Gallery of Beauties", painted for King Ludwig I by Joseph Stieler. Beside the palace the extended historic park invites to walks.

Royal Residence:
The Residence originated as a small moated castle, built in 1385, and was gradually expanded by the Wittelsbach rulers who used it until 1918 as their residence and seat of government.
Highlights are the Antiquarium (Hall of Antiquities), the largest secular Renaissance hall north of the Alps, the early 17th-century rooms, including the Rich Chapel, the Steinzimmer (Stone Rooms) and the Trierzimmer (Treve Rooms), the magnificent Rococo Rooms (Ancestral Gallery and Rich Rooms by François Cuvilliés the Elder) and the neoclassical Royal Palace created by Leo von Klenze. Also on display are special collections such as the Silver Chambers, the Sacred Vestment Rooms and porcelain from the 18th and 19th centuries and East Asia.

Bavarian National Museum:
The building, erected in the style of historism by Gabriel von Seidl 1894-1900, is one of the most original and significant museum buildings of its time. It is situated in the Prinzregentenstrasse, one of the city's four royal avenues. The house replaced an older building which houses today the State Museum of Ethnology. The museum was founded by king Maximilian II of Bavaria in 1855. It houses a large collection of European artifacts from the late antiquity until early 20th century. From the beginning the collection has been divided into two main groups: the art historical collection and the folklore collection. A new building behind the museum houses the Bavarian State Archaeological Collection (Archäologische Staatssammlung) from the first settlement in the Paleolithic Ages through the Celtic civilization and the Roman period right up to the early Middle Ages

Gasteig is a cultural center in Munich, which hosts the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra. The Richard-Strauss-Conservatory, the folk high school, and the municipal library are all located in the Gasteig. Most of the events of the Filmfest of Munich take place here.

New Pinakothek:
Outstanding works of European art and sculpture from the late 18th to the beginning of the 20th century are in the spotlight of the Neue Pinakothek. One focus is on the German art of the 19th century - this collection, which goes back to the private collection of King Ludwig I, is one of the most comprehensive of all.
Works by Caspar David Friedrich show highlights of early romantic sentimentalism. Society painters such as Wilhelm von Kaulbach and Karl von Piloty represent the newly awakened interest for German history. The hall, with works by Hans von Marées, one of the most significant German artists, can be compared with no other museum.
With Thomas Gainsborough, Francisco Goya and Jacques Louis David, the Neue Pinakothek possesses celebrated portrait and landscape painters from England, Spain and France.
There is also a wonderful collection of French impressionists: artists such as Monet, Manet, Degas, Pissaro and Renoir are represented with principal works. Cézanne, Gauguin and van Gogh stand for the pioneers of the modern age. In addition to art, the Neue Pinakothek also shows important plastics of the relevant epoch.

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Bavarian Nationalmuseeum
Old City Hall

Old Pinakothek:
The Alte Pinakothek is one of the oldest and most important galleries in the world. More than 800 masterpieces by European artists bring to life the development of art from the Middle Ages to the end of the Rococo period. Venetian art is represented by its master painter Titian, as is Dutch baroque art by Frans Hals.
Rubens occupies (with one of the largest collections of his works in the world) the center of the museum.
A further highlight is the Old German art by Altdorfer and Dürer. Both Dürer's epochal self-portrait from 1500 as well as his "Four Apostles" can be admired in the Alte Pinakothek

Pinakothek der Moderne:
The biggest museum for modern art in Germany is being constructed in the immediate vicinity of the Alte and Neu Pinakothek: the Pinakothek der Moderne.
In this building on around 15,000 m², four outstanding collections will offer an extensive overview of fine applied arts of the 20th century right up to the present:
In addition to art, sculpture, photography and video of the Staatsgalerie moderner Kunst, The new Sammlung will present itself with firstclass examples of design and handicrafts, the Architekturmuseum the Technischen Universität with architectural illustrations, photographs and models and the Staatliche Graphische Sammlung with printed graphics and precious master illustrations.
Joint alternating exhibitions and open views in the architecture of the Munich architect Stephan Braunfels will enable comprehensive looks at the arts in the 20th and 21st centuries.
The Pinakothek der Moderne joins the surrounding museums to become a unique art-historical and historico-cultural ensemble, which makes the range of western culture of the past and present in its incomparable denseness and quality worth experiencing.

Bavaria Filmstadt:
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.

Hellabrunn Zoo:
The oldest Geo-Zoo of the word invites you to a tour of the park. It is an idyllic nature island within the landscape conservation area of the Isar meadow located directly in front of the gates of the cosmopolitan city of Munich. The zoo is divided into continents according to the Geo-zoo concept which results in 15 park areas in an area of 36 hectares. Get an overview over one of the most beautiful zoos with its precious animals and generous enclosures.

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