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|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.|
|The area of the BUGA 2006 in Munich/Germany. Look the official website: http://www.buga2005.de/ (German) or http://www.buga2005.de/de/misc/english.shtml (English)||08/19/2005||544|
|The Bundesgartenschau (abbr. BUGA) is the biannual Federal horticulture show in Germany. It also covers topics like landscaping. Taking place in different cities, the location changes in a two-year cycle. The next BUGA is arranged by the two cities Gera and Ronneburg from April 27th to October 14th, 2007.|
With a high budget, extensive landscape architectures and gardenings are re...
|Headquarters of Germany's 3rd largest cellular radio operator in Munich.||09/14/2005||350|
|Haus der Deutschen Kunst in Munich was the art museum of Nazi-Germany. Only art granted by Hitler was shown here.|
Today it's discothek and night club P1. A place where rich and famous people of Munich meet.
|Bay watch training (?) in munich. Seems like a diver is under water (because of the rising air-bubbles in front of the boat). This lake ist situated in the area of the BUGA 2005 - the german garden exhibition.||07/07/2007||863|
|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.
|1971: The first McDonald's opens in Germany (Munich) in December. It is the first McDonald's to sell alcohol, as it offers beer.||09/08/2005||648|
|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...
|With over 160 years of tradition in the heart of the old city of Munich. A Leading Hotel of the World.||03/14/2006||396|
|OSRAM is one of the two largest lighting manufacturers in the world and is part of Siemens AG. This international company, with its headquarters in Munich (Germany), employs more than 38,000 people throughout the world. World sales in the 2005 fiscal year totalled 4.3 billion. OSRAM supplies customers in about 150 countries and manufactures at 49 sites in 19 countries. They own the brand Sylva...||01/25/2007||289|
|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.
|Selected Highlights from Munich, Germany - including several palaces and museums. All with photos, transport connections, opening times (where applyable), and contact data (where applyable). Note: Some of the descriptions are in German.||11/25/2008||798|