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Technical City Hall, Munich

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.


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About Technical City Hall

 Friedenstraße 40, Munich, Germany

Technical City Hall and Nearby Sights on Map

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