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|Olympiastadion is a stadium located in Munich, Germany. Situated at the heart of the Olympiapark München in northern Munich, the stadium was built as the main venue for the 1972 Summer Olympics.
With an original capacity of 80,000, the stadium also hosted many major football matches including the 1974 World Cup Final and the Euro '88 Final. It hosted the European Cup Finals of 1979, 1993...
|This was Hitlers chanselry in Munich. It was build between 1933 and 1935.|
1938 the so called "Munich Agreement" was signed here. That was the taking over of Bohemia from Czechoslovakia to Nazi-Germany.
|Sea Life Munich is located on the area of the Olympiapark in Munich.|
It portrays the life in the Isar and the Danube, bat also the life in the Black Sea and the Mediterranean in over 30 basins.
|The Fountain at Marienplatz is a popular meeting spot in the center of the main shopping area of Munich. This picture was taken from the tower of the nearby church "Alter Peter".|
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|The most famous places in Munich. Including 'Hofbräuhaus', 'Wiesn', etc.||07/24/2005||2,660|
|Munich Sightseeing, Buildings, Museums and Churches||12/04/2005||914|
|With over 160 years of tradition in the heart of the old city of Munich. A Leading Hotel of the World.||03/14/2006||388|
|Very nice castle and famous sightseeing place in munich.|
Unfortunately only a part of it is high-detailed.
|Famous sightseeing-place in Munich.|
Seen on nearly every postcard.
|Zoo in Munich, Germany. You can see the Monkeyhouse, Lionhouse and the big house where the Elephants are.|
Tierpark Hellabrunn in Muenchen. Eingaenge, Raubtiergehege, Elefantenhaus, Affenhaus etc.
|The Bavarian broadcast (BR) is an institute of the public right (national broadcasting corporation) for the Free State of Bavaria with seat in Munich.||09/25/2005||354|
|BUGA 05 (National Garden Festival) - the 2005 summer event in Munich. It is not just a park - under the theme "change of perspectives" it offers as expected hundreds of thousands of flowers and plants, but it also invites its visitors to review maybe even rethink their attitude towards nature. The BUGA 05 exhibition area was designed by Munich-based landscape architect Rainer Schmidt.|