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Theresienwiese Aerial View
Munich

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Theresienwiese is an open space in the Munich borough of Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt. It serves as the official ground of the Munich Oktoberfest. A space of 420,000 square metres (4,500,000 sq ft),[1] it is bordered in the west by the Bavaria statue, symbolizing the State of Bavaria, and in the east by Esperantoplatz, a square named for the international language Esperanto. There, a memorial commemorates the victims of the 1980 Oktoberfest bombing. Bavariaring, an orbital road, provides access to visiting traffic.

The site is located south west of the city centre. It has its own station on the Munich U-Bahn system, on the U4 and U5 lines and the Poccistraße and Goetheplatz stations can be found near the southern end. The nearest Munich S-Bahn station is Hackerbrücke or München Hauptbahnhof (Munich central station).

Copyright: T. Emrich
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11044x5522
Taken: 14/05/2011
Uploaded: 14/05/2011
Atualizado: 10/03/2015
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Tags: oktoberfest; bier; augustiener; theresienwiese; octoberfest; brauerei; wiesn; tollwood; luftbilderstellung; fotoflug; aerial; luftpano; luftpanorama; luftbild; luftpano.de; luftaufnahme
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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.