List of sights in Munich:



Picture: Munich Residence

Residence Museum

The Residence Museum features private and state apartments of the dynasty of Wittelsbach, court churches and chapels, the Silver Chambers, the Sacred Vestment Rooms and a porcelain collection …


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The collection covers the late Graeco-Roman period and the Middle Ages; among the treasures are priceless objects made of rock crystal, gems and ivory …


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Cuvilliés Theatre

The Old Residence Theatre, a masterpiece of rococo courtly theatre architecture, was built in 1751-1755 …


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Field Marshals' Hall (Feldherrnhalle)

The Field Marshal's Hall was commissioned by King Ludwig I to honour the Bavarian army and its victorious generals …


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Hall of Fame and Statue of Bavaria

The Hall of Fame was built under King Ludwig I of Bavaria as a pantheon for celebrated Bavarians from the fields of politics, science and the arts … 


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Nymphenburg Palace

Nymphenburg Palace was built from 17th-19th century as a summer residence for the Bavarian Electors and Kings; period and state apartments, banqueting hall, gallery of beauties …


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Park palaces at Nymphenburg Palace Park (Amalienburg, Badenburg, Pagodenburg and Magdalenenklause)

The little park palaces were built in the 18th century by Joseph Effner for Elector Max Emanuel …


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Museum in the former Royal Stables (Marstallmuseum) and Museum of Nymphenburg Porcelain

The museum houses a collection of historic state coaches and gala coupés, ceremonial sleighs and riding equipment. The Bäuml porcelain collection documents the development of the Manufactory …


Picture: Blutenburg Palace

Blutenburg Palace

In the 1530s, Duke Albrecht III had the "Pluedenburg" (Blutenburg Palace) on the River Würm converted into a country seat …

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