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Munich is over 800 years old and is the 3rd largest city in Germany. Its history dates back to the 9th century, and although ...
it was severely damaged during World War II, it has been authentically restored since.
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Visit the City of Munich, Germany
The eight hundred year old city of Munich is a major international business center. Munich was once known as the German Rome. It’s the third largest city in Germany and the capital of the State of Riviera. Munich’s history dates back to the 9th century but during World War II, some 60% of it was bombed. Since then, it’s been recreated along the same architectural lines and it’s been done so well it’s hard to tell the difference between the old and the new.
The city is marked with regal squares and streets and magnificent residences, parks and gardens. The heart of Munich is located in the city’s center.
Here in Marion Plateus, royal weddings and public executions took placed centuries ago. Today the area that surrounds the City Hall is more characterized by sidewalk cafes and shops.
The squares themselves are venues for entertainment with free browsing for enthusiasts of art and music. A tourist information booth is located at the City Hall in Marion Plateus. Get detailed maps and information on the many attractions including museums that have some of the best collections in Europe. Another lovely escape into history is to the exquisite gardens of the Nymphenburg Palace, once the summer residence of the Bavarian Sovereigns.