Munich is the capital city of the German federal state of Bavaria. Within the city limits, Munich has a population of more than 1.4 million, making it the third most populous city in Germany.
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The North of Munich is an expansive part of the city comprising many parks and recreational areas, including the English Garden, the Olympiapark with the BMW Welt, the Nymphenburg park and palace and the Allianz Arena.
Maxvorstadt is Munich's arts and university district, just north of the historic city center.
Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt is the name of the second district of Munich comprising the neighborhoods of Isarvorstadt and Ludwigsvorstadt.
Haidhausen is a mixed residential and night life area just to the east of Munich's historic city center on the eastern banks of the river Isar.
New City Hall and its Glockenspiel, Munich's Frauenkirche cathedral, the Hofbräuhaus, to name only a few—most of Munich's must-see sights are in the city's very centre, the so-called Altstadt.
The area of South-West Munich consists of the residential districts of Sendling, Hadern, Laim, and Forstenried-Fürstenried …
The area of East Munich comprises all the mostly residential districts of Munich, which are located to the east of the river Isar, besides the neighborhood closest to the city center, Haidhausen.