The city of Munich in Gerpmany

Munich is the largest city in Southern Germany.
The city of Munich is located in the center of Europe.

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Munich, Southern Germany

Munich is a large cosmopolitan city that has been able to retain a provincial atmosphere. The center of Munich is very compact, making it easy to tour the city on foot.

Munich is the capital of Bavaria and the largest city in Southern Germany. Population (1992 estimate) 1,241,300.

It is an important industrial, cultural, and transportation center, and attracts many tourists with its elegant shops, fashionable nightclubs, great breweries, and lively festivals. - - - - - -

The old part of the city, on the western bank of the Isar River, has a number of baroque and rococo buildings, mostly built in the first half of the 18th century by the rulers of Bavaria, who were inspired by Italian models. In the center of the old section is the Marienplatz, a well-known square, which is dominated by the city hall, the ornate Neues Rathaus, built between 1867 and 1908.

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Munich was founded in 1158 as a mint and marketplace by Henry the Lion, duke of Saxony. In 1255, the powerful Wittelsbach family, who ruled as the dukes of Bavaria, made the city their residence. Much of the modern development and splendid architecture of Munich date from the reigns of three kings of Bavaria. Heavily damaged during World War II, the city has been carefully rebuilt to a master plan that included reconstruction wherever possible. -

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In addition to the world-famous beer, railroad and electrical equipment, chemicals, optical and precision instruments, and processed food are produced in Munich. Since the late 18th century, when the process of lithography was invented in the city, Munich has been a major printing and publishing center. The city also has an active fashion industry, with a large number of clothing manufacturers and textile factories. Many international exhibitions and trade fairs are held in Munich. Fair:


Car and motorbikes company: BMW

A nearby international airport and a network of railroads and highways connect Munich with the rest of Germany and other cities of Europe.

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