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This webcam shows a view of the city of Munich, the capital of the federal state of Bavaria, located on the banks of the Isar River, in the foothills of the Alps.
The beautiful city, shown live, contains many historical, architectural and cultural attractions. The largest concentration of them falls on the historic center of Munich – Altstadt-Lehel, or simply Altstadt. Thus, there are two old town halls, the former residence of the Bavarian kings, the National Theatre, the legendary Hofbräuhaus (a three-storey beer restaurant founded in the 16th century) and the Frauenkirche church.
In the Maxvorstadt area there are two main universities in Germany – the University of Munich and the Technical University of Munich.
Schwabing attracts famous people. Thomas and Heinrich Mann, Wassily Kandinsky and Paul Klee, Vladimir Lenin and physicist Werner Heisenberg lived here. The main points of attraction are Leopoldstrasse, Hohenzollernstrasse and Kurfürstenplatz, as well as the English Garden with streams, lakes and beer gardens.
The Olympic Quarter (Olympiagelände) is a venue for public events. It also houses the BMW Museum and Exhibition Center.
Neuhausen-Nymphenburg is the quietest neighborhood in Munich. On its territory there is the Nymphenburg palace and park ensemble and the residence of Henrietta Adelaide of Savoy.
In the southwest of Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt there is the famous Terezin meadow, where the Oktoberfest beer festival is held annually from September to October.
Au-Haidhausen is famous for its picturesque French Quarter around Orleansplatz. The area is home to the Hellabrunn Zoo and the Bavarian Film Studio.
Getting to know Munich, which view is shown by an online camera, is best to start from the Marienplatz square in the very center of the city. The main architectural dominants here are the Old and New Town Halls.
Of the religious monuments in Munich, where the live broadcast is conducted from, stands out the Baroque Cathedral of St. Michael with the remains of Ludwig II.
The best panorama of the city in this webcam, opens from the observation deck. Peterskirche, located on the oldest city church with a dome in the shape of a lantern.
The tallest cathedral in Munich, the Frauenkirche (Holy Mother of God) cathedral, erected in the 14-15th centuries, is also worth a visit.
Best parks of Munich are the Baroque Royal Hofgarten and the shady English Garden.
Within the city, streamed live on the Baltic Live Cam website, there are two noteworthy objects – the Nymphenburg palace and park complex and the Blutenburg castle.
An hour by train from Munich, perfectly shown in the online camera, there is the romantic castle of the Bavarian king Ludwig II Neuschwanstein.
The climate in Munich, which center you see in the webcam, is mild. The air temperature is above zero almost all year, rarely dropping to -1, -2C. In summer, the temperature in the city rises to 20-25C, and in winter it is snowy and around 0C. Weather forecast in Munich for 7 days is available on our website online.
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