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The German Museum is the first scientific and technological museum in the world, and one of the most visited museums in the world as well. 1.3 million people visit it every year, and it is the largest museum, with an area of fifty thousand square meters. Telescopes that magnify the stars and flashes of lightning in the air are displayed in the museum. , The laws of nature, tools and technology in an entertaining way.
The Noi Pinakothek Gallery contains a collection of nineteenth century AD arts, and many notable works of European art and sculpture from the late eighteenth century to the beginning of the twentieth century.
Maria Square is the central square in the heart of Munich, and the field contains buildings, churches and historical monuments, and a beautiful watch in the form of a dwarf more than 100 years old, enabling the tourist to see the numbers in their natural sizes, and to hear their wonderful music at eleven o’clock.
Cathedral of Our Lady
The Cathedral of the Virgin Mary is the most distinguished landmark in Munich, and the largest church in it; it can accommodate approximately 20,000 people. The cathedral was built of bricks in the late Gothic period, that is in the fifteenth century, and its domes were designed in the style of the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. Munich and the Alps from the top of the cathedral tower.
Dakau concentration camp
The Dakau concentration camp is located 16 km north of Munich. The camp was established on March 10, 1933, and is the first Nazi concentration camp. Adolf Hitler founded it almost five weeks after he took the position of chancellor.
Grand Residency Palace
The Grand Residence is considered one of the most important museums in Europe. In the year 1920 AD.