Munich adorns itself with magnificent façades from the 19th century. But today, the Bavarian metropolis is home to both: tradition and modernity. His first destination is the famous Kunstareal, with its extension of the Lenbachhaus and the State Museum of Egyptian Art by Peter Böhm. On the outskirts of the city, Dunkl discovers an unusual parish centre and an impressive villa. And finally, he explores a milestone in architectural history: the 1972 Olympic site.
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