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The neoclassicistic mansion is the former residence of Munich artist ''Franz von Stuck''.
The neoclassicistic mansion is the former residence of Munich artist ''Franz von Stuck''. Today the historic house museum shows the former owner's works and features changing exhibitions of other works, but the building itself is worth a visit.
Prinzregentenstraße 60, Munich, Germany
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The ''Friedensengel'' monument marks the entrance of the Bogenhausen neighborhood at the Isar
The ''Maximiliananlagen'' is a park along the banks of the Isar around the ''Friedensengel'' monument
'Möhlstraße'' is a perfectly perserved architectural ensemble of 30 historicistic mansions, which dates back to the end of the 19th century
Prinzregententheater'' is one of the most important stages in Munich
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