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Visiter Ehemalige Stadtschreiberei (Ancient House of the Scriptures)

Ehemalige Stadtschreiberei (Ancient House of the Scriptures)


It was built in 1552 and served until 1612 from "House to the Scriptures". It housed the accountant of the...

Visiter Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall)

Altes Rathaus (Old Town Hall)

City Hall

It dates from 1480; It replaced an even older town hall. It was built by Jörg von Haspach, builder of the "...

Visiter Heilig-Geist Kirche

Heilig-Geist Kirche

Church - Chapel

At the site of the "Church of the Holy Spirit," there was a hospital, a pilgrim's hospice and a chapel....

Visiter Isartor



The tower of the Isar is practically intact: it dates from the time of the construction of the second wall around...

Visiter Viktualienmarkt



The market for food was created by Maximilian I in 1807, because the Marienplatz market had become too small for the...

Visiter Gärtnerplatz



This classic-style square with a beautiful central fountain surrounded by flower beds, named after the architect...

Visiter Ignaz-Günther Haus

Ignaz-Günther Haus


Franz Ignaz Günther (1725-1775) is one of the most important Rococo sculptors in Europe; He mostly created sculptures...

Visiter Stadtmuseum



The city museum is located in 6 neighboring buildings, including the former arsenal and the "Marstall"...

Visiter Jüdisches Zentrum

Jüdisches Zentrum


The New Synagogue, Community House and Jewish Museum complex is very recent: these very modern, cubic-shaped buildings,...

Visiter Asamhaus


Church - Chapel

The Asam brothers bought 4 contiguous houses in the Sendlingerstrasse; They destroyed two of them to build their church....

Visiter Sendlinger Tor

Sendlinger Tor


The tower was erected at the same time as the second line of fortifications, built under Louis IV of Bavaria between...

Visiter Allerheiligenkirche am Kreuz (Church of All Saints)

Allerheiligenkirche am Kreuz (Church of All Saints)

Church - Chapel

As the city had attracted many new inhabitants after the enlargement of the town decided by Louis IV the Bavarian, the...

Visiter Damenstift St Anna

Damenstift St Anna

Church - Chapel

In 1496 a Gothic-style chapel was dedicated to the monastery of the Augustinians, whose construction had been entrusted...

Visiter Residenz



It was until 1918 the castle of the dukes, princes electors, kings, of Bavaria, of the Wittelsbacher family....

Visiter Preysing-Palais



The palace was built for Count Maximilian Preysing by Joseph Effner between 1723 and 1728; This was the first rococo...

Visiter Feldherrnhalle



This loggia was realized between 1841 and 1844 by Friedrich von Gärtner by order of Louis I of Bavaria, with the model...

Visiter Holnstein Palace

Holnstein Palace


This palace was built between 1735 and 1737 by François de Cuvilliés for the illegitimate son of Prince Karl Albrecht,...

Visiter Palais Portia

Palais Portia


Count Fugger and his wife, who came from Turin and came to Munich as Henriette of Savoy's companion, bought the...

Visiter Palace Neuhaus Preysing

Palace Neuhaus Preysing


It was built in 1737 by Kögelsberger, an assistant of François de Cuvilliés, who had made the plans. It is in fact the...

Visiter Künstlerhaus


Cultural sporting activities and traveling formulas

The House of Artists was built from 1893 to 1900 on the plans of Gabriel von Seidl: it is of Neo-renaissance type...

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