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Marienplatz Das Hofbräuhaus in München München - Kirchen München - Schlösser, Tore und andere Gebäude *Schloß Nymphenburg * {draw:frame} Das Barockschloß mit seiner Gemäldesammlung und dem großzügigien Park ist eine der beliebtesten Sehenswürdigkeiten Münchens. Das Schloß war die ehemalige Sommerresidenz der bayerischen Herrscher und gehört mit seiner kunstvollen Inneneinrichtung und der vielbewunderten Schönheitsgalerie König Ludwigs des I. zu den beliebtesten Sehenswürdigkeiten Münchens. Der ursprüngliche Park hat viele alte Baumbestände, Bäche und Seen und verschiedene kleinere Parkschlösser wie die Pagodenburg oder die Magdalenenklause. In Nymphenburg gibt es außerdem das interessante Marstallmuseum, die Porzellansammlung, das Museum Mensch und Natur und gleich hinter dem Schloßpark den Botanischen Garten. *Schloß *Schleißheim Adresse:
85764 Oberschleißheim
Tel: 089 / 315 87 20 Öffnungszeiten: täglich 9 - 18 Uhr Anfahrt:
S 1 Richtung Freising, Haltestelle Oberschleißheim; Bus 292, jedoch nicht Sa, So und Feiertage Kurfürst Max Emanuels Versailles - Das Denkmal der Königsträume eines absolutistischen Barockfürsten und Galerieschloß eines leidenschaftlichen Kunstsammlers. Sendlinger Tor Eines der drei erhaltenen Tore der heute fast vollkommen verschwundenen mittelalterlichen Statdtbefestigung.
Das Sendlinger Tor stammt aus der zweiten Befestigung Münchens unter Kaiser Ludwig dem Bayern und wurde ab 1318 errichtet. Es diente dem Nord-Süd-Fernverkehr. Im 19. Jahrhundert wurde es restauriert. Gebaut unter Ludwig dem Bayern im Jahre 1337 diente das Isartor der Verteidigung der Stadt. Es ist das einzige noch weitgehend vollständig erhaltene mittelalterliches Stadttor Münchens.
Es besteht aus einem hoher Hauptturm, zwei achteckigen Vortürme und einem Wehrhof. Im Jahr 1833 wurde es im Auftrag Ludwigs I von Friedrich…...

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