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Pasing is located west of the Munich city centre, at the north-western edge of the city's innermost traffic zone. The district is mainly residential; there is a large concentration of shops, hotels and restaurant at the Pasinger Marienplatz (Pasing St. Mary Square), the quarter's main square. The quarter's railway station, Pasing Station, is served by the S-Bahn suburban trains 3, 4, 6, 8 and 20 as well as national and international trains services. Tram line 19 and several local bus lines terminate at the station
The Pasinger Stadtpark (Pasing City Park) is the quarter's main recreational park. It is located south of Pasing Marienplatz, straddling the river Würm. Nearby, a branch of the Munich University of Applied Sciences is located.
On 31 December 1991, Pasing counted 39,723 residents over an area of 1.074 hectares. On 31 December 1999, there were 35,752 people; there's no disconnected value since 1999, due to being measured together with Obermenzing.
Pasing is characterized by a balanced economic structure. The distribution of the 21,000 jobs in the manufacturing industry, trade, transport and other sectors of the economy is uniform. An emphasis on a commercial area does not exist. In addition to the wide variety in the village shopping center Pasing Arcade exists.
- Alois Wunder (1878–1974), only Oberbürgermeister of Pasing
- Hans Nimmerfall (1872–1934), politician
- Felix Neureuther (b. 1984), World Cup alpine ski racer
- Michael Ende (1929-1999) important author for children books.
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