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In 1804-1814 originally built to be a botanical garden, Old Botanic Garden was rearanged to serve as a park in 1914.
In 1804-1814 originally built to be a botanical garden, Old Botanic Garden was rearanged to serve as a park in 1914. It used to be the site of the Glass Palace (''Glaspalast'') from its construction in 1854 until this exhibiton center burned down in 1931. Today, the main objects of interest are a classicistic gate and the Fountain of Neptune (''Neptunbrunnen'').
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Covering an area of 21 ha (52 acre) the Munich Botanical Garden in the borough of Nymphenburg is one of the most important botanical gardens of the world and is visited by over 400,000 visitors every year
The museum gives modern, lively exhibitions suitable for visitors of all ages and education levels
The Nymphenburg Palace is one of the biggest Baroque palaces in Germany and a cultural masterpiece of international standing
Located between Rotkreuzplatz and Nymphenburg Canal, this modern Roman Catholic church was erected between 1997 and 2000, after the previous church had been destroyed by a fire in 1994
This vast park was created for the 1972 Summer Olympics and is still a vibrant place for outdoor activities, sports and cultural events
Constructed at the end of the 19th century, St
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A large aquarium featuring over 30 tanks and aquatic life ranging from local river dwellers all the way to the grand Mediterranean Ocean tank
The Löwenbräu Brewery has one of the oldest beer gardens in Munich, with a history dating back as far as 1383