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'Effnerplatz'' is a central square in Bogenhausen.
'Effnerplatz'' is a central square in Bogenhausen. The square is surrounded by the modern high-rises ''Arabella-Hochhaus'' (75 m/246 ft) and ''Hypo-Haus'' (114 m/374 ft). In the center of the circular square stands the 52 m high modernistic sculpture ''Mae West'', through which the tram has to pass on its way north.
Effnerplatz, Munich, Germany
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