Guide of Munich, GERMANY

Information about Munich

Munich is a city of history and tradition. It has an important role as an economic center. It is one of the largest industrial cities in Germany. The city has several modern shops, nightclubs, breweries and parties where the community and its visitors participate.

Munich is the most prosperous city in Germany and is in the ranking of quality of life. It is also an international business center and has the two large research universities reflect the development in engineering, research and medicine.

What to see in Munich?
The New Town Hall
Cathedral of Our Lady of Munich (Frauenkirche)
Dachau Concentration Camp
The English Garden
Hofbräuhaus Brewery
Münchner Residenz
Deutsches Museum (German Museum)

History of Munich

The history of Munich, like that of all the cities of Germany is exciting. Initially the region to which Munich belongs, which is Bavaria, was inhabited by the Celts. Munich in question was founded in 1158 by Duke Henry the Lion, being next to the bridge that was built over the Isar River.

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