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The Monopteros is a small neo-classical Greek temple on a hilltop, built in 1836 in the English Garden.
The Monopteros is a small neo-classical Greek temple on a hilltop, built in 1836 in the English Garden. It provides a great few over the park and Munich with the Bavarian Alps in the background.
The Chinese Tower in the center of the English Garden is a 25 m (82 ft) high pagoda with several stories, constructed in 1789 to 1790, and rebuilt after World War II in 1952
This is a light installation in honor of Georg Elser, who tried to assassinate Adolf Hitler at 8 Nov 1939 during a speach at Bürgerbräukeller
'Ludwigskirche'' is located across the street from the main building of the University of Munich
The ''Siegestor'', a triumphal arch originally dedicated to the glory of the Bavarian army, stands at the northern end of the Ludwigstraße boulevard
This 17 m (55 ft) tall sculpture stands besides Leopoldstraße
This small cemetery is the last resting-place for many local celebrities and artist, like Bernd Eichinger, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Oskar Maria Graf and Erich Kästner
The ''Friedensengel'' monument marks the entrance of the Bogenhausen neighborhood at the Isar
'Möhlstraße'' is a perfectly perserved architectural ensemble of 30 historicistic mansions, which dates back to the end of the 19th century
The ''Maximiliananlagen'' is a park along the banks of the Isar around the ''Friedensengel'' monument
The English Garden is a vast urban park sprawling over 900 acres on the west bank of the Isar river, from central Munich to the northeast edge of the city