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'Richard-Wagner-Straße'' is one of the few streets in Munich, which were left nearly unharmed by Allied bombing during World War II.
'Richard-Wagner-Straße'' is one of the few streets in Munich, which were left nearly unharmed by Allied bombing during World War II. The houses along the street were built between 1896 and 1901 in the then hip style of historicism.
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A very important stop for Expressionist art lovers, this impressive collection in the former villa of Munich aristocracy includes numerous famous examples of the artistic group known as ''Der Blaue Reiter'' ('The Blue Rider')
The Konigsplatz is a wide open square that was originally laid out in the early 19thcentury as part of the royal avenue Brienner Straße
Ludwig I and his architect Leo von Klenze built a large square, in classical style, including the Antikensammlung
Another of King Ludwig's large collections is contained in the Glyptothek: one of the greatest Greek and Roman sculpture collections in all of Germany
The Benedictine abbey was founded in 1835 by Bavarian King Ludwig I
Commissioned by Ludwig I and inaugurated in 1836, the Alte Pinakothek is one of the oldest art museums in the world
The Löwenbräu Brewery has one of the oldest beer gardens in Munich, with a history dating back as far as 1383
The Pinakothek der Moderne is the largest museum of modern art in Germany, comprising the Sammlung Moderne Kunst (Modern Art Museum), Die Neue Sammlung (The Design Museum), Architekturmuseum der Technischen Universität München (Architecture Museum of the Technical University), and the Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München (State Graphics Museum)
'Karolinenplatz'' is a circular square, which is dominated by the black obelisk in its center