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Max-Joseph Platz

The main post office and the Bavarian opera house both sit on the square, as does a statue of Maximilian Joseph, the first crowned King of Bavaria and a great lover of opera.

Max-Joseph Platz, Munich, Germany

 
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Marienplatz

Platz means square or plaza in German, and the Marienplatz (Mary's Square) is the heart of Munich.

Marienplatz, Munich, Germany

 
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St. Peter's Church

St. Peter's Church was built in A.D. 11, and it's the oldest parish church in Munich.

Rindermarkt 1, 80331, Munich, Germany

 
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Odeonsplatz

Odeonsplatz is formed by some extremely distinctive architecture. The church, the Theatinerkirche, has an unconventional, mustard yellow finish.

Odeonsplatz, Munich, Germany

 
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The Residenz

This building was once the private home of the Wittelsbach family who lived in this home for over 400 years. Today, it's a museum.

Residenzstraße 1, 80333, Munich, Germany

 
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English Garden

The English Garden is Europe's largest city-owned park.

Englischer Garten 2, 80538, Munich, Germany

 
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Pinakothek

The Pinakothek is actually composed of 3 separate museums: 1 dedicated to 14th- through 18th-century art, 1 to 19th-century art, and 1 to modern art.

Barer Straße 27, D-80799, Munich, Germany

 
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Oktoberfest

Munich's Oktoberfest is the biggest brew-ha-ha in the world. There are even amusement park rides there, like bumper cars and roller coasters.

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