Over four decades after the Olympic Games took place in Munich, the Olympia- Schwimmhalle (Olympic Swim Hall) still offers ... More
Olympic Swim Hall
Over four decades after the Olympic Games took place in Munich, the Olympia- Schwimmhalle (Olympic Swim Hall) still offers first-rate sports facilities. This was where Mark Spitz made history with his seven gold medals and even today visitors can watch a handful of ambitious swimmers training for the next Games. But for those who just want to have fun, there are five different pools, a diving platform, whirlpool, sauna, solarium, weights room and free aqua gymnastics. A sun lawn is open in the summer.
Built from 1896 99 and funded by the City of Munich, this monument celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Treaty
of Versailles (1871). The golden mosaics in the hall depict nation, war, peace and victory. The Friedensengel, or Angel ...
Built for the 1972 Olympic Games, the Olympic complex is now used for a variety of leisure activities ranging from
sports events to concerts. The 287 meter (942 foot) high Olympic Tower boasts a stunning view of the city. ...
The City Hall Market Square (Rathausmarkt) has been the center of the city since the splendid Town Hall was built
here. To the north west you can see the Kleine Alster, bordered on other side by the picturesque Alster ...
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