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Munich (AFI: ['mu.nitʃ], also [ˈmu.nik]; in German, München, [ˈmʏnçən]; in Austro-Bavarian: Minga [ˈmɪŋ (ː) ɐ]) is the capital, the largest and the most important city of the federated state of Bavaria and, after Berlin and Hamburg, the third city in Germany by number of inhabitants. It is located on the Isar River, north of the Bavarian Alps.
The motto of the city is München mag Dich (Munich likes you). Before 2006 it was Weltstadt mit Herz (cosmopolitan city with a heart). Its name, München, derives from Munichen, from the old high German, which means "in the place of the monks." The name of the city comes from the Benedictine monks who founded the city; hence, there is a monk in the shield of the city. The official colors of the city are black and gold, colors of the Holy Roman Empire, since the time of Louis IV of Bavaria.
The metropolitan area of ​​Munich includes some neighboring towns in this city. According to a 2009 study, Munich is the city with the best quality of life in Germany.
Modern Munich is a financial and editorial center. In terms of social and economic innovation, the city is in 15th place among 289 cities according to a 2010 study, and is the fifth German city for the 2thinknow Innovation Cities Index based on an analysis of 162 indicators.
The city's exonym in Spanish, which has the peculiarity of having a final "ch", something foreign to the Spanish phonological system, is born from the exonyms in French and English. Therefore, the pronunciation of the exonym is, etymologically, [ˈmunik], through the pronunciation of the exonym in English, or ['munitʃ], following the usual pronunciation rules of Spanish. The gentilicio is "muniqués" and its plural, "muniqueses". The Pan-Hispanic Dictionary of Doubts discourages pronunciation with diphthong [ˈmiunik], typical of English. Munich hosted the 1972 Olympic Games.

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Upper bavaria

Upper Bavaria (in German: Oberbayern) is one of the seven administrative regions into which the German state of Bavaria is divided. Its capital is Munich.
It is located in the southeastern part of Bavaria. To the north it borders Middle Franconia and Upper Palatinate, to the northeast with Lower Bavaria, to the east and south with Austria and to the west with Swabia. A part of its territory originally belonged to Franconia. In 1970 and within the framework of territorial reforms, the Eichstätt commonwealth was integrated into Upper Bavaria. Its area is 17 529 km². In 2001 it had 4,138,402 inhabitants.

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Deutsches Museum

Deutsches Museum, in German Deutsches Museum von Meisterwerken der Naturwissenschaft und Technik is a science and technology museum located in Munich (Germany), on an island formed on the Isar riverbank. Listed and recognized as the largest in the world in this topic and one of the most visited in the world with approximately 1.5 million visitors per year. It is estimated that to travel the entire museum it is necessary to invest about 8 days. It is distributed in 50 sections on an area of 4.7 ha.

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The Viktualienmarkt is a food market located in the center of Munich. It has an area of 22,000 m² in which 140 vendors offer flowers, exotic fruits, game, poultry, spices, cheese, fish, juices and other products. Viktualienmarkt positions open from Monday to Saturday. The market evolved from its peasant origin to the current delikatessen market that receives the visit of tourists in addition to that of the muniqueses.

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Max Planck Society

The Max Planck Society for the Promotion of Science (in German, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wissenschaften e.V., abbreviated as MPG) is a network of scientific research institutes in Germany. The name honors the memory of Max Planck, the German physicist who initiated quantum mechanics. This institution replaced the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gesellschaft and is a non-profit and independent organization founded by the federal and state governments of Germany.

The Max Planck Society has a worldwide reputation as a science and technology research organization. In 2006, the Times Higher Education Supplement classifications of non-university research institutions (based on the review of their international peers) placed the Max Planck Society as the number 1 in scientific research and the number 3 in technological research worldwide.
The MPG network is distributed throughout Germany and covers different fields of science. With 16 Nobel Prizes won by its scientists since 1948, it is generally remembered as the most prominent basic science research organization in Germany.
In 2013 he received the Prince of Asturias Award for International Cooperation.

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Munich National Theater

The National Theater of Munich, or Nationaltheater München, is a German opera house and headquarters of the Bayerische Staatsoper or Bavarian State Opera located in the Max-Joseph square, bordering the Maximilian Strasse, in Munich.
The Bavarian State Opera also offers performances at the Prinzregenten Theater (a theater built at the beginning of the 20th century and which is not very different from the Bayreuth Festival theater built according to Richard Wagner's indications) and the Cuvilliés Theater (built in the 1750s and described by Beauvert as "a Rococo gem").

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The Hofgarten is a park located inside the German city of Munich.
It was built between 1613 and 1617 by Maximilian I of Bavaria imitating the Italian Renaissance style. In the center of the park is the pavilion dedicated to the goddess Diana built in 1615 by Heinrich Schön. On the roof of the pavilion is a replica of the Hubert Gerhard sculpture known as Bavaria, created in 1623.
The park was destroyed during World War II and was partially redesigned as an English-style garden. Today the park is open to the public and is a common meeting place for the inhabitants of Munich where you can enjoy many street artists.
The garden is cited in the poem by T. S. Elliot The wasteland.

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The Feldherrnhalle (Temple of the Generals, sometimes also Feldherrenhalle, translated as Hall of the Marshal) is a lodge located in Munich, Bavaria, Germany.
It was built between 1841 and 1844 at the southern tip of Munich, next to the Ludwigstrasse, the Preysing Palace and east of the Hofgarten.
Friedrich von Gärtner built the Feldherrnhalle at the request of King Louis I of Bavaria, taking as a model the famous Loggia della Signoria, also called Loggia dei Lanzi, located in the Piazza della Signoria in Florence.
The Feldherrnhalle was erected in honor of the Bavarian Army.
It contains statues of military leaders such as the Count of Tilly and Johann Karl Phillip von Wrede.
The central sculptural group was added in 1882, after the Franco-Prussian War.

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Lehel-Altstadt is the neighborhood that extends throughout the historical part of the city Munich (Germany), which is surrounded by the Altstadtring road, as well as the northern area of the historic center, from the Isar river, to the east, to the English Garden and Prinzregentenstraße, to the north.

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Cathedral of Our Lady of Munich

The Frauenkirche (whose full name is Dom zu Unserer Lieben Frau, Cathedral of Our Dear German Lady) is the cathedral church of Munich, the Bavarian capital (Germany). Located in the center of the city at Frauenplatz, 1, the Catholic cathedral is one of the most important tourist attractions in the city.
Today the cathedral and the New Town Hall dominate the city center and its towers can be seen from all directions, thanks to an order from the Munich City Council that prohibits any building over 100 m. The south tower of the cathedral can be visited offering a panoramic view of the city and the Alps.

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Munich Residence

The Munich Residence (in German, Münchner Residenz) is the former royal palace of the Bavarian kings in the urban center of Munich. The Residence is the largest urban palace in Germany, and today serves as one of the best decorative museums in Europe.

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Palais Holnstein

The Holnstein Palace in Munich (later known as Königsfeld Palace) has been the residence of the archbishops of the Archdiocese of Munich and Friesland since 1818. It is known as Archbishop's Palace, and is located north of the old city of Munich (Altstadt), on Cardinal Faulhaber street number 7 (Kardinal-Faulhaber-Straße 7).
The architect Francisco de Cuvilliés built the mansion between 1733 and 1737 for the residence of Sofia Carolina de Ingenheim, countess of Holnstein, a lover of Prince-elector Carlos Alberto de Baviera, later emperor of the Holy Empire, and for the son of both, Francisco Luis, first Earl of Holnstein.
To build the Palace, the three existing houses on the site had to be demolished. A four-wing urban palace with an inner courtyard was designed: the front wing, with the main facade, was used for representation purposes, while the lateral and the rear wing, arranged around the inner courtyard, served for private use.
The facade is based on the design of the architect and landscape architect José Effner, according to a usual pattern, with three floors and nine vertical axes for the holes in the facade. The nine axes of windows are organized into three bodies practically equal in size, the outstanding central (the typical baroque avant corps) with gable on the top. Each of the three bodies corresponds to the internal division between the main wing and the lateral wings. On the ground floor there are oculos on the windows and on the upper floors the windows are separated by pilasters integrated from the first to the second floor.
The stucco of the facade and the interior decoration are probably the work of Juan Bautista Zimmermann.
It has turned out to be the best example in Munich of a rococo art palace, the only aristocratic palace in Munich with the original layout of the rooms. The Rococo style facade and many interior spaces are kept in their original state and, since the palace has been closed for public visits, only the magnificent and elegant facade can be seen.
From 1977 to 1982 the Holnstein Palace served as residence to the archbishop-cardinal Joseph Ratzinger (later, elected Pope by the name of Benedict XVI), who stayed there during his last visit to the diocese in September 2006.

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New Town Hall (Munich)

The New Town Hall (in German: Neues Rathaus)? It is the city hall building located on the Marienplatz in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. It houses the municipal corporation including the offices of the mayor and part of the administration since 1874. Previously the town hall was housed in the so-called Old Town Hall, also in the Marienplatz.

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The Marienplatz (in Spanish, "Mary's Square") is the central square of Munich, Germany, since the founding of the city in 1158. The Marienplatz is today the nerve center of city life, around which it They extend the main shopping streets with all kinds of shops and restaurants.

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Bavarian Academy of Sciences

The Bavarian Academy of Sciences (in German, Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften) is an independent public institution, located in Munich. It groups academics whose research has contributed significantly to the development of knowledge in their respective areas.

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