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The 63 m high glass and steel building is home to the technical and engineering departments of the city administration.
The 63 m high glass and steel building is home to the technical and engineering departments of the city administration. To a traveler it is interesting because of the ''Courtyard in the Wind'' and especially the café in the top floor, that provides a fantastic view of Munich and the area.
Friedenstraße 40, Munich, Germany
Prinzregententheater'' is one of the most important stages in Munich
The observatory is open to the public every working day after dark and offers regular tours in English every Monday (and on other days if prearranged)
Gasteig is Munich's big cultural and educational complex overlooking the river Isar
The neoclassicistic mansion is the former residence of Munich artist ''Franz von Stuck''
The Maximilianeum was built 1857-1874 under King Max II
'Effnerplatz'' is a central square in Bogenhausen
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
The ''Friedensengel'' monument marks the entrance of the Bogenhausen neighborhood at the Isar
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