Outline of Munich

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The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Munich:

Munich – capital and the most populated city in the German state of Bavaria. With over 1,450,000 residents in 310.43 km2 (119.86 sq mi) it is also Germany's third most populated Großstadt. Munich is considered a global city as of 2015,[1] one of the most prosperous and fastest growing cities in Germany.

General reference[edit]

Geography of Munich[edit]

Geography of Munich

Munich is located in Germany
Location within Germany
Coordinates: 48°08′N 11°34′E / 48.133°N 11.567°E / 48.133; 11.567

Location of Munich[edit]

Environment of Munich[edit]

Natural geographic features of Munich[edit]

The river Isar in Munich

Areas of Munich[edit]

Satellite picture of the Munich Larger Urban Zone

Munich Metropolitan Region

Boroughs of Munich

Locations in Munich[edit]

City gates of Munich[edit]

Cultural and exhibition centres in Munich[edit]

Fountains in Munich[edit]

Monuments and memorials in Munich[edit]

Museums and galleries in Munich[edit]

Museums in Munich

Palaces and villas in Munich[edit]

Parks and gardens in Munich[edit]

The Monopteros in the Englischer Garten

Public squares and open spaces in Munich[edit]

Religious buildings in Munich[edit]

Secular buildings in Munich[edit]

Streets in Munich[edit]

Streets in Munich

Theatres in Munich[edit]

Theatres in Munich

Triumphal arches in Munich[edit]

Demographics of Munich[edit]

Demographics of Munich

Government and politics of Munich[edit]

BMW 535d (F11) station wagons in the new blue livery of the Bavarian State Police

Administration of Munich

Law and order in Munich[edit]

Military in Munich[edit]

History of Munich[edit]

History of Munich

History of Munich, by period or event[edit]

Ludwig I of Bavaria, King of Bavaria, an important sponsor for the arts in Munich

Timeline of Munich

History of Munich, by subject[edit]

Culture of Munich[edit]

BMW Welt, a multi-use exhibition center situated next to the BMW Headquarters
Façade of the Academy of Fine Arts in Neo-Renaissance style
The Rococo façade of the Holnstein Palace

Arts in Munich[edit]

Architecture of Munich[edit]

Architecture of Munich

Cinema of Munich[edit]

Music of Munich[edit]

The MünchenKlang ensemble comprising a choir and an orchestra

Music of Munich

Theatre of Munich[edit]

Visual arts of Munich[edit]

Gamsbart, a tuft of hair traditionally worn on Trachten hats as a decoration
The Neue Messe München exhibition center
Celebrating 200 years of Oktoberfest in 2010
The Bayerischer Rundfunk's headquarters in Munich

Bavarian traditional clothing

Cuisine of Munich

Events in Munich

Languages of Munich

Media in Munich

People from Munich

Religion in Munich[edit]

Religion in Munich

Sports in Munich[edit]

The FC Bayern Munich team in 2015

Sport in Munich

Economy and infrastructure of Munich[edit]

BMW 420d Gran Coupé, a four-door coupé in the premium midsize class produced by the Bavarian manufacturer BMW
The Hypo-Haus, a central administrative building of the HypoVereinsbank

Economy of Munich

Transportation in Munich[edit]

Class 423 train at Ebersberg S-Bahn station
U-bahn train at Freimann station

Public transport in Munich

Air transport in Munich

Rail transport in Munich[edit]

Road transport in Munich[edit]

Education in Munich[edit]

The Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, one of Germany's most prestigious universities

Education in Munich

Research institutes in Munich

Healthcare in Munich[edit]

Hospitals in Munich

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Alpha, Beta and Gamma cities (updated 2015)". Spotted by Locals.
  2. ^ Names of European cities in different languages: M–P#M

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Atlas of Munich