Munich Germany also known as München in German, is the capital of German Federal State of Bavaria, of north, and is considered as the third largest German city and most prosperous in Europe.
The city of Munich Germany is situated at elevated plains about 520 m above sea level. The sandy plateau of Northern Alpine Foreland, is made of highly fertile flint area in the north and morainic hills covers the southern part. The Munich land is a mixture of fluvio-glacial and marshy lands at the north.
The continental climate of Munich Germany is strongly affected due its close proximity to the Alps. It experiences high erratic rainfall throughout the year with few rain storms. The average winter temperature is -2° C and that of summer is 19° C.
The city of Munich Germany is mainly composed of Christians with 39.5% Catholic and 14.2% Protestant.
- New Town Hall tower
- Street art in Kaufingerstraße, near Marienplatz.
- The Frauenkirche as seen from the top of the Rathaus.
- St. Johann Nepomuk, is the secret capital of the country, a popular tourist destination.
- Marienplatz and Stachus, a large open square named after the Mariensäule, is comprosed of the Old and the New Town Hall. The tower contains the Rathaus-Glockenspiel, an ornate clock.
- The Karlstor is the a grand square oldest building at Stachus.
- The Alte Hof, a medieval castle
- Munich, Residenz and National Theatre
- Few other prominent architectural alaces, royal venues and mansions include Palais Porcia, the Palais Törring-Jettenbach, the Palais Preysing, the Palais Holnstein, the Palais Leuchtenberg and the Prinz-Carl-Palais.
There are also parks and greenlands in this area has increasingly attracted tourists. Some of the important places of such kind include:
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