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BMW Museum
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The BMW Museum in Munich, Germany has many fascinating cars and motorcycles that illustrate in living color the history and future of German engineered vehicles. The fascinating evolution of automobiles and motorcycles is demonstrated in flawless perfection. Learn about powerful engines and forward thinking safety features in exhibits spanning nearly a century. Discover the technology and design of current and future models in seven distinct exhibit areas. Feel and see the fine materials that go in to making each individual BMW on a huge sample board. Get up close and personal with current models in The Gallery of Driving Pleasure.
Nymphenburg Palace
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One of the largest historical castles in Germany, Nymphemburg Palace in Munich is one of the city’s most recognizable landmarks. A former summer residence for the rulers of Bavaria, Ferdinand Maria and Henrietta Adelaide of Savoy commissioned the Palace in 1664 after their son, Maximilian II Emanuel, was born. Designed by Italian architect Agostino Barelli, it took 11 years to build the original structure! Several heirs to the throne made their own additions, including a 490 acre park with a number of elaborate pavilions. Whether you choose to marvel at the opulence of the main palace or enjoy a walk through the park, Nymphemburg Palace offers art, beauty and history in a single site.
Englischer Garten
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  If nude sunbathers make you nervous, you may want to put on your blinders at the Englischer Garten, as the liberating practice has been permitted here since the 1960s. The "English Garden," located in the heart of Munich, is nevertheless popular with visitors. As one of the world's largest urban public parks, it features a Chinese pagoda, a Monopteros Greek temple, a river and a boating lake.
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If you are walking around the clamoring boulevards of Munich, Olympia park complex gives a shocking background in German culture. The place includes a few expansive grounds, including sports amusements and music shows. Constructed in 1972, the Olympia park's unique utilize was for the Olympic Games, and it was made out of World War 2. The Olympia park highlights an food court, a substantial general indoor place, an ice arena and a swimming pool.

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Shirley Zhu   
The Linderhof Palace, known as one of the King of Fairy Tales on the rich Bavarian land, is situated in the secluded Grass Valley. Although Linderhof is built later than Neuschwanstein, it is the only palace building that was completed when the king was alive. Linderhof Palace strongly pursues the grotesque Rococo style and is mixed with oriental colors. Linderhof is like a large garden hidden deep in the mountains. It takes a long walk to reach the main palace area, but you will never be bored. Lawn, lake, forest, and mountains are dotted together. If you are lucky, you will even meet on the road with a proud swan. The main building of the Lindhof Palace is literally opened from south to north and is built as a small Trianon Palace that mimics the Palace of Versailles. Stepping up to the heights, overlooking the entire palace, although there is no Neuschwanstein overall, the entire axisymmetric building is perfect. In addition to this, a cave that can serve as an indoor pool was built. According to the tour guide, Ludwig II swam in the pool and there was a special person playing an opera. The fountain and garden step waterfall erupts every punctuality and half point, each time lasting 5 minutes. Very spectacular, but it must be seen at a height. Therefore, it is recommended that you arrange the time to visit the palace and visit the outside garden. Lindhof Palace The entire scenic area is large, but the open area of the palace is not large, only the second floor. It is precisely because of this that when visitors are in it, the visual impact of the complex and luxurious is more dense. If Neuschwanstein is a strong outside, and the high swan castle is inside the golden jade, the Linderhof Palace is probably doubled inside and outside. Like the two castles previously visited, Linderhof Palace continues the mythical epic style that Ludwig loves. The room decorated with gems shows the king's squandering, almost every room is painted with 24K gold powder. While laboring and hurting the people, it also represents a peak in the art of German palace construction. The most exciting thing is the Venus Cave. In front of the artificial stalactite cave is a golden shell boat. The background behind is the protagonist in Wagner's "Don Wise" in the arms of Mrs. Venus in Huishou Mountain. . The rotation of the original engine-driven colored glass piece produces a changing light effect that allows the king to experience a dreamlike opera scene. This hole is also a lecturer with a talent to enter, but unfortunately only German explains. The tour route of the whole scenic spot is very reasonable. From the end of the stone cave visit, there is a special return route, no need to go back.
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