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Jewish Center

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The Jewish synagoge Ohel Jakob (Jakobs tent) in Munich had been opened 9th of Novenber 2006. Next to it are the Jewish Museum and the Jewish Center; across the square the city museum and the film museum with a cinema. More panoramas at www.derPanoramafotograf.com

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A: The fountain at Jakobsplatz

by Carl W. von Einem, 20 meters away

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The fountain at Jakobsplatz

B: Synagogue and jewish museum

by Markus Matern, 40 meters away

Synagogue and jewish museum

C: 'Molecule' sculpture by Christopher Klein

by Mark Simons, 120 meters away

'Molecule' sculpture by Christopher Klein

D: Sebastiansplatz

by Markus Matern, 130 meters away

Sebastiansplatz

E: Near Schrannenhalle

by Markus Matern, 160 meters away

Near Schrannenhalle

F: Kurt Eisner Memorial

by Mark Simons, 180 meters away

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Kurt Eisner Memorial

G: Construction Work in the City Centre

by Markus Matern, 250 meters away

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Construction Work in the City Centre

H: Löwenhofpassage

by Markus Matern, 260 meters away

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Löwenhofpassage

I: Viktualienmarkt

by Heiner Straesser - derPanoramafotograf.com, 260 meters away

Viktualienmarkt

J: Asam-Courtyard

by Mark Simons, 260 meters away

Asam-Courtyard

This panorama was taken in Munich

This is an overview of Munich

Munich is the capital of the German state of Bavaria and is Germany's third largest city, located on the River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. Black and gold - the colors of the Holy Roman Empire - have been the city's official colors since the time of Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor.

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