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München ([ˈmʏnçən]?; Beiers: Minga) is de hoofdstad van de Duitse deelstaat Beieren en met 1.429.584 inwoners de derde stad van Duitsland. München is een kreisfreie Stadt en behoort tot de belangrijkste economische en culturele centra in de Bondsrepubliek. Monaco di Baviera (/ˈmɔnako di baˈvjɛra/; in tedesco: München, /ˈmʏnçən/, ; in bavarese: Minga) è una città extracircondariale della Germania meridionale, capitale (Landeshauptstadt) della Baviera. Situata sulle rive del fiume Isar, dopo Berlino ed Amburgo è la terza città tedesca per numero di abitanti, con una popolazione di circa 1 528 849 (30-04-2016) residenti nel comune, 1 808 550 se si considera anche il circondario di Monaco e circa 2,7 milioni nell'area metropolitana. Munich [mynik] (München en allemand, prononcé : [ˈmʏnçən] ; Minga en bavarois) est une ville du sud de l'Allemagne et la capitale du Land de Bavière. Avec 1 534 403 habitants intra-muros au 31 juillet 2016 et 2 351 706 habitants dans son aire urbaine, elle est la troisième ville d'Allemagne par la population après Berlin et Hambourg. La Région métropolitaine de Munich, qui englobe également Augsbourg et Ingolstadt, compte quant à elle plus de cinq millions d'habitants. Traversée par l'Isar, affluent du Danube, elle se situe dans le district de Haute-Bavière, au pied des Alpes bavaroises. Monachium (niem. München, [ˈmʏnçən]; baw. Minga) – miasto na prawach powiatu w południowych Niemczech, stolica kraju związkowego Bawaria. Siedziba rejencji Górna Bawaria, regionu Monachium, powiatu Monachium (do którego jednak miasto nie należy), Stowarzyszenia Krajowego (Landesverband) Technisches Hilfswerk. Trzecie największe miasto Niemiec. ميونخ أو ميونيخ (بالألمانية: München مينشن) هي ثالث أكبر مدن ألمانيا وعاصمة ولاية بافاريا. تقع المدينة في جنوب ألمانيا على نهر إيسار على بعد 103 كلم من جبال الألب. تدعى أحيانا بالعاصمة الخفية لألمانيا. يبلغ عدد سكانها الذين يعيشون ضمن حدود المدينة حوالي 1.31مليون نسمة. موقعها المميز في وسط أوروبا، جعلها عبر التاريخ محطة ومركز مهم في القارة. اليوم تشكل ميونخ باقتصادها، إحدى أغنى مدن ألمانيا وأقواها اقتصاداً. بها مقر عدد من الشركات والمصانع الألمانية المهمة، أهمها شركة السيارات بي‌إم‌دبليو (BMW)، شركة التأمين أليانز، شركة سيمينز للكهربائيات والاتصالات وشركة مان لصناعة المركبات الثقيلة. هي أيضا مركز مهم للموضة والثقافة والأدب في ألمانيا، حيث بها مقر عدد من محطات التلفزة والإذاعة وحوالي 300 دار نشر. يزورها سنويا حوالي ثلاثة ملايين سائح. حسب الإحصاءات بالألمانية، فإن ميونخ تعد المدينة المفضلة ا München?/i [ˈmʏnçn̩] (bairisch Minga?/i) ist die Landeshauptstadt des Freistaates Bayern. Sie ist mit rund 1,5 Millionen Einwohnern die einwohnerstärkste Stadt Bayerns und (nach Berlin und Hamburg) die nach Einwohnern drittgrößte Gemeinde Deutschlands, sowie die zwölftgrößte der Europäischen Union. Ende Juli 2016 betrug die Einwohnerzahl im Melderegister 1.534.403 Personen, womit München mit 4.926 Einwohnern je Quadratkilometer die am dichtesten bevölkerte Gemeinde Deutschlands sowie mit 519 m ü. NN dessen höchstgelegene Großstadt ist. Im Ballungsraum München leben mehr als 2,7 Millionen Menschen, die flächengrößere europäische Metropolregion München umfasst rund 5,7 Millionen Einwohner. Мю́нхен (нем. München [ˈmʏnçən], бав. Minga, лат. Monacum, Monachium) — город на реке Изаре на юге Германии, в федеральной земле Бавария. Внерайонный город (нем. kreisfreie Stadt), одновременно являющийся столицей Баварии и административного округа Верхняя Бавария. Название города произошло от древневерхненемецкого Munichen — «у монахов». ミュンヘン(ドイツ語: München, ドイツ語発音: [ˈmʏnçən] , バイエルン語: Minga)は、イーザル川河畔にありバイエルンアルプスの北側に位置する都市。ドイツの連邦州であるバイエルン州最大の都市であり、同州の州都でもある。 Munich (/ˈmjuːnɪk/; also /ˈmjuːnɪx/ in British English; German: München, pronounced [ˈmʏnçn̩] , Bavarian: Minga [ˈmɪŋ(ː)ɐ]) is the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria, on the banks of River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. Munich is the third largest city in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg, and the 12th biggest city of the European Union, with a population of above 1.5 million. The Munich Metropolitan Region is home to 5.8 million people. Múnich (AFI: ['mu.nit​ʃ], también [ˈmu.nik]; en alemán, München, Acerca de este sonido [ˈmʏnçən] (?·i); en austro-bávaro: Minga [ˈmɪŋ(ː)ɐ]) es la capital, la mayor y la más importante ciudad del estado federado de Baviera y, después de Berlín y Hamburgo, la tercera ciudad de Alemania por número de habitantes. Se encuentra sobre el río Isar, al norte de los Alpes Bávaros. El área metropolitana de Múnich incluye algunas localidades colindantes de esta ciudad. Según un estudio de 2009, Múnich es la ciudad con la mejor calidad de vida de Alemania. Múnich fue sede de los Juegos Olímpicos de 1972. Munique (em alemão: München; IPA: [ˈmʏnçən] ouça, em bávaro: Minga) é uma cidade da Alemanha, capital do estado alemão da Baviera, no sudeste do país. Conta atualmente cerca de 1,3 milhão de habitantes (2012), enquanto a sua região metropolitana, que engloba diversas cidades vizinhas ou próximas a Munique, abriga mais de 2,6 milhões de pessoas. É assim a cidade mais populosa da Baviera e do sul da Alemanha, e a terceira cidade mais populosa do país, depois da capital, Berlim, e de Hamburgo. 慕尼黑(德文:München),也稱明興,是德国巴伐利亚州的首府。2010年人口为130万,是德国南部第一大城,全德国第三大城市(仅次于柏林和汉堡);都会区人口达到270万。 慕尼黑位于德国南部阿尔卑斯山北麓的伊萨尔河畔,是德国主要的经济、文化、科技和交通中心之一,也是欧洲最繁荣的城市之一。慕尼黑同时又保留着原巴伐利亚王国都城的古朴风情,因此被人们称作“百万人的村庄”。
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Monaco di Baviera (/ˈmɔnako di baˈvjɛra/; in tedesco: München, /ˈmʏnçən/, ; in bavarese: Minga) è una città extracircondariale della Germania meridionale, capitale (Landeshauptstadt) della Baviera. Situata sulle rive del fiume Isar, dopo Berlino ed Amburgo è la terza città tedesca per numero di abitanti, con una popolazione di circa 1 528 849 (30-04-2016) residenti nel comune, 1 808 550 se si considera anche il circondario di Monaco e circa 2,7 milioni nell'area metropolitana. È la città più importante della Germania meridionale, grazie alle residenze reali, agli immensi parchi, ai suoi musei, alle sue chiese barocche e rococò, al folclore bavarese ancora molto vissuto, alla vicinanza delle Prealpi e delle Alpi e naturalmente grazie alla birra ed alla sua manifestazione più famosa, l'Oktoberfest. Il santo patrono della città è San Benno di Meißen. Nel 2015, uno studio della società di consulenza globale Mercer, ha classificato Monaco di Baviera al quarto posto, tra le 20 città del mondo con la miglior qualità della vita. Nel 2016, la città mantiene la sua posizione. Monachium (niem. München, [ˈmʏnçən]; baw. Minga) – miasto na prawach powiatu w południowych Niemczech, stolica kraju związkowego Bawaria. Siedziba rejencji Górna Bawaria, regionu Monachium, powiatu Monachium (do którego jednak miasto nie należy), Stowarzyszenia Krajowego (Landesverband) Technisches Hilfswerk. Trzecie największe miasto Niemiec. Monachium położone jest na Wyżynie Bawarskiej, nad rzeką Izarą. Jest siedzibą Federalnego Trybunału Finansowego (Bundesfinanzhof) oraz centrali prestiżowego Towarzystwa Maxa Plancka prowadzącego działalność badawczo-rozwojową w Niemczech i innych krajach Europy. Miasto jest ponadto głównym ośrodkiem gospodarczym i kulturalno-naukowym południowej części kraju. Múnich (AFI: ['mu.nit​ʃ], también [ˈmu.nik]; en alemán, München, Acerca de este sonido [ˈmʏnçən] (?·i); en austro-bávaro: Minga [ˈmɪŋ(ː)ɐ]) es la capital, la mayor y la más importante ciudad del estado federado de Baviera y, después de Berlín y Hamburgo, la tercera ciudad de Alemania por número de habitantes. Se encuentra sobre el río Isar, al norte de los Alpes Bávaros. El lema de la ciudad es München mag Dich (A Múnich le gustas). Antes de 2006 era Weltstadt mit Herz (Ciudad cosmopolita con corazón). Su nombre, München, deriva de Munichen, del alto alemán antiguo, que significa «en el lugar de los monjes». El nombre de la ciudad viene de los monjes benedictinos que fundaron la ciudad; de ahí que en el escudo de la ciudad haya un monje. Los colores oficiales de la ciudad son el negro y el oro, colores del Sacro Imperio Romano Germánico, desde tiempos de Luis IV de Baviera. El área metropolitana de Múnich incluye algunas localidades colindantes de esta ciudad. Según un estudio de 2009, Múnich es la ciudad con la mejor calidad de vida de Alemania. El Múnich moderno es un centro financiero y editorial. En cuanto a innovación social y económica, la ciudad se encuentra en el 15.º lugar entre 289 ciudades según un estudio de 2010, y es la quinta ciudad alemana para el 2thinknow Innovation Cities Index basado en un análisis de 162 indicadores. El exónimo en español de la ciudad, que posee la particularidad de contar con una «ch» final, algo ajeno al sistema fonológico español, nace de los exónimos en francés e inglés. Por tanto, la pronunciación del exónimo es, etimológicamente, [ˈmunik], a través de la pronunciación del exónimo en inglés, o ['munit​ʃ], siguiendo las normas de pronunciación habituales del español. El gentilicio es «muniqués» y su plural, «muniqueses». El Diccionario Panhispánico de Dudas desaconseja la pronunciación con diptongo [ˈmiunik], propia del inglés. Múnich fue sede de los Juegos Olímpicos de 1972. Munique (em alemão: München; IPA: [ˈmʏnçən] ouça, em bávaro: Minga) é uma cidade da Alemanha, capital do estado alemão da Baviera, no sudeste do país. Conta atualmente cerca de 1,3 milhão de habitantes (2012), enquanto a sua região metropolitana, que engloba diversas cidades vizinhas ou próximas a Munique, abriga mais de 2,6 milhões de pessoas. É assim a cidade mais populosa da Baviera e do sul da Alemanha, e a terceira cidade mais populosa do país, depois da capital, Berlim, e de Hamburgo. Munique é uma cidade independente (kreisfreie Stadt) ou distrito urbano (Stadtkreis), ou seja, possui estatuto de distrito (Kreis). Adicionalmente, Munique é também sede do governo do distrito administrativo da "Alta Baviera" (Oberbayern em alemão) bem como do distrito territorial (Landkreis) de Munique. Cidades grandes próximas são Zurique (Suíça), a 315 km a oeste, Praga (República Checa), a cerca de 380 km a nordeste, Viena (Áustria) a cerca de 440 km a leste, Milão (Itália) a 490 km a sul e Berlim, a cerca de 590 km a norte. Foi fundada em 1158. O número de habitantes da cidade de Munique ultrapassou por volta de 1854 os cem mil, tendo nessa altura obtido o estatuto de cidade grande (Grosstadt). A cidade foi destruída pela metade durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial, porém reconstruída nas décadas posteriores ao fim do conflito. Desde os anos 1960, alcançou a marca de um milhão de habitantes, estabelecendo-se desde então como a terceira mais populosa cidade alemã (entre os anos 60 e 80, a segunda ou a terceira mais populosa cidade da Alemanha Ocidental). Munique é atravessada pelo rio Isar. É em Munique que é realizada anualmente a Oktoberfest, uma tradicional festa alemã, que é a maior do mundo, sendo o evento um dos principais alicerces turísticos da Alemanha. A Munique moderna é um importante e desenvolvido centro financeiro, urbano, logístico, cultural e político da Alemanha e da Europa continental. É sede de diversas empresas de renome mundial, incluindo a montadora BMW. Entre 2011 e 2012, Munique foi posicionada na 4ª posição entre as "Cidade Mais Habitáveis do Mundo", segundo estudos da consultoria internacional Mercer. A partir de 2006, o lema da cidade passou a ser "München mag dich" (Munique gosta de ti (Pt) ou Munique ama você(Br), em alemão). Até 2005, o lema era "Weltstadt mit Herz" (Cidade cosmopolita com coração). München ([ˈmʏnçən]?; Beiers: Minga) is de hoofdstad van de Duitse deelstaat Beieren en met 1.429.584 inwoners de derde stad van Duitsland. München is een kreisfreie Stadt en behoort tot de belangrijkste economische en culturele centra in de Bondsrepubliek. 慕尼黑(德文:München),也稱明興,是德国巴伐利亚州的首府。2010年人口为130万,是德国南部第一大城,全德国第三大城市(仅次于柏林和汉堡);都会区人口达到270万。 慕尼黑位于德国南部阿尔卑斯山北麓的伊萨尔河畔,是德国主要的经济、文化、科技和交通中心之一,也是欧洲最繁荣的城市之一。慕尼黑同时又保留着原巴伐利亚王国都城的古朴风情,因此被人们称作“百万人的村庄”。 ミュンヘン(ドイツ語: München, ドイツ語発音: [ˈmʏnçən] , バイエルン語: Minga)は、イーザル川河畔にありバイエルンアルプスの北側に位置する都市。ドイツの連邦州であるバイエルン州最大の都市であり、同州の州都でもある。 Munich [mynik] (München en allemand, prononcé : [ˈmʏnçən] ; Minga en bavarois) est une ville du sud de l'Allemagne et la capitale du Land de Bavière. Avec 1 534 403 habitants intra-muros au 31 juillet 2016 et 2 351 706 habitants dans son aire urbaine, elle est la troisième ville d'Allemagne par la population après Berlin et Hambourg. La Région métropolitaine de Munich, qui englobe également Augsbourg et Ingolstadt, compte quant à elle plus de cinq millions d'habitants. Traversée par l'Isar, affluent du Danube, elle se situe dans le district de Haute-Bavière, au pied des Alpes bavaroises. Le nom de la ville provient du vieux haut-allemand Munichen (« par les moines »), en raison de la présence d'un monastère bénédictin à l'emplacement actuel de la vieille ville ; la héraldique fait par ailleurs figurer un moine. Mentionnée pour la première fois en 1158, Munich devient la ville de résidence des ducs de Bavière en 1255 et de l'empereur romain germanique Louis IV. En 1506, après deux siècles de division, les principautés s'unifient pour former la Bavière. Ville catholique - ce dont témoigne la Cathédrale Notre-Dame, principal édifice religieux de la ville -, elle est l'un des foyers de la Contre-Réforme. Devenue capitale de l'électorat de Bavière (1623) puis du Royaume de Bavière (1805), elle devient un des principaux centres culturels, artistiques et scientifiques allemands au XIXe siècle, sous l'impulsion du roi Louis II. Au cours du XXe siècle, Munich connaît un important développement industriel, devenant le premier pôle économique de la République fédérale allemande (1949-1990) puis de l'Allemagne réunifiée. Elle accueille notamment le siège de grandes sociétés dont Siemens, Allianz, BMW, Münchener Rückversicherung, Linde, Airbus Deutschland et HypoVereinsbank. Selon Eurostat, la zone urbaine élargie de la région métropolitaine de Munich est la plus importante d'Allemagne en termes de PIB avec 117,6 milliards d'euros, devant Hambourg, Berlin et Francfort. Avec un PIB par habitant de 53 073 euros, Munich est également l'une des villes les plus riches de l'Union européenne. Deuxième destination touristique d'Allemagne après Berlin, Munich est célèbre pour sa traditionnelle fête de la bière, l'Oktoberfest, qui se déroule chaque année de fin septembre à début octobre. Outre la cathédrale, la ville a également un important patrimoine, composé notamment du Château de Nymphenbourg et de deux vastes jardins, le Hofgarten et le Englischer Garten (jardin anglais). Réputée être l'une des villes les plus agréables à vivre au monde, Munich accueille de nombreux évènements internationaux, dont les Jeux olympiques d'été de 1972, qui furent le théâtre d'une prise d'otages. Enfin, elle est le lieu de résidence de l'un des principaux clubs de football d'Europe, le Bayern Munich, qui joue dans l'Allianz Arena, au nord du centre-ville. München?/i [ˈmʏnçn̩] (bairisch Minga?/i) ist die Landeshauptstadt des Freistaates Bayern. Sie ist mit rund 1,5 Millionen Einwohnern die einwohnerstärkste Stadt Bayerns und (nach Berlin und Hamburg) die nach Einwohnern drittgrößte Gemeinde Deutschlands, sowie die zwölftgrößte der Europäischen Union. Ende Juli 2016 betrug die Einwohnerzahl im Melderegister 1.534.403 Personen, womit München mit 4.926 Einwohnern je Quadratkilometer die am dichtesten bevölkerte Gemeinde Deutschlands sowie mit 519 m ü. NN dessen höchstgelegene Großstadt ist. Im Ballungsraum München leben mehr als 2,7 Millionen Menschen, die flächengrößere europäische Metropolregion München umfasst rund 5,7 Millionen Einwohner. Die Landeshauptstadt ist eine kreisfreie Stadt und ein bayerisches Oberzentrum, zudem Verwaltungssitz des die Stadt umgebenden gleichnamigen Landkreises mit dem Landratsamt München als Verwaltung, des Bezirks Oberbayern und des Regierungsbezirks Oberbayern. München wird unter ökonomischen Kriterien zu den Weltstädten gezählt. Die Metropole ist eine der wirtschaftlich erfolgreichsten und am schnellsten wachsenden Europas und Sitz zahlreicher Großunternehmen und Versicherungen. Zudem ist sie eines der bedeutendsten Finanzzentren des Kontinents. In der Städteplatzierung des Beratungsunternehmens Mercer belegte München im Jahr 2014 unter fünfzig Großstädten weltweit nach Infrastruktur den zweiten und nach Lebensqualität den vierten Platz. Innerhalb Deutschlands gilt München als lebenswerteste Stadt. Andererseits wird die Lebensqualität zunehmend durch Agglomerationsnachteile, wie Verkehrs-, Umweltbelastung und sehr hohe Mieten eingeschränkt. München gilt als sicherste Kommune unter den deutschen Großstädten über 200.000 Einwohnern hinsichtlich der Kriminalitätsrate aller Straftaten. München wurde 1158 erstmals urkundlich erwähnt. 1255 wurde die Stadt bayerischer Herzogssitz, war von 1328 bis 1347 kaiserliche Residenzstadt und wurde 1506 alleinige Hauptstadt Bayerns. München ist Sitz zahlreicher nationaler und internationaler Behörden sowie wichtiger Universitäten und Hochschulen, bedeutender Museen und Theater. Durch eine große Anzahl sehenswerter Bauten, internationaler Sportveranstaltungen, Messen und Kongresse sowie das Oktoberfest ist München ein Anziehungspunkt für den Tourismus. ميونخ أو ميونيخ (بالألمانية: München مينشن) هي ثالث أكبر مدن ألمانيا وعاصمة ولاية بافاريا. تقع المدينة في جنوب ألمانيا على نهر إيسار على بعد 103 كلم من جبال الألب. تدعى أحيانا بالعاصمة الخفية لألمانيا. يبلغ عدد سكانها الذين يعيشون ضمن حدود المدينة حوالي 1.31مليون نسمة. موقعها المميز في وسط أوروبا، جعلها عبر التاريخ محطة ومركز مهم في القارة. اليوم تشكل ميونخ باقتصادها، إحدى أغنى مدن ألمانيا وأقواها اقتصاداً. بها مقر عدد من الشركات والمصانع الألمانية المهمة، أهمها شركة السيارات بي‌إم‌دبليو (BMW)، شركة التأمين أليانز، شركة سيمينز للكهربائيات والاتصالات وشركة مان لصناعة المركبات الثقيلة. هي أيضا مركز مهم للموضة والثقافة والأدب في ألمانيا، حيث بها مقر عدد من محطات التلفزة والإذاعة وحوالي 300 دار نشر. يزورها سنويا حوالي ثلاثة ملايين سائح. حسب الإحصاءات بالألمانية، فإن ميونخ تعد المدينة المفضلة الأولى للمعيشة في ألمانيا. Munich (/ˈmjuːnɪk/; also /ˈmjuːnɪx/ in British English; German: München, pronounced [ˈmʏnçn̩] , Bavarian: Minga [ˈmɪŋ(ː)ɐ]) is the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria, on the banks of River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. Munich is the third largest city in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg, and the 12th biggest city of the European Union, with a population of above 1.5 million. The Munich Metropolitan Region is home to 5.8 million people. The city is a major centre of art, advanced technologies, finance, publishing, culture, innovation, education, business, and tourism in Germany and Europe and enjoys a very high standard and quality of living, reaching #1 in Germany and #4 worldwide according to the 2015 Mercer survey. According to the Globalization and World Rankings Research Institute Munich is considered an alpha-world city, as of 2015. The name of the city is derived from the Old/Middle High German term Munichen, meaning "by the monks". It derives from the monks of the Benedictine order who ran a monastery at the place that was later to become the Old Town of Munich; hence the monk depicted on the city's coat of arms. Munich was first mentioned in 1158. From 1255 the city was seat of the Bavarian Dukes. Black and gold—the colours of the Holy Roman Empire—have been the city's official colours since the time of Ludwig the Bavarian, when it was an imperial residence. Following a final reunification of the Wittelsbachian Duchy of Bavaria, previously divided and sub-divided for more than 200 years, the town became the country's sole capital in 1506. Catholic Munich was a cultural stronghold of the Counter-Reformation and a political point of divergence during the resulting Thirty Years' War, but remained physically untouched despite an occupation by the Protestant Swedes; as the townsfolk would rather open the gates of their town than risk siege and almost inevitable destruction. Like wide parts of the Holy Roman Empire, the area recovered slowly economically. Having evolved from a duchy's capital into that of an electorate (1623), and later a sovereign kingdom (1806), Munich has been a major European centre of arts, architecture, culture and science since the early 19th century, heavily sponsored by the Bavarian monarchs. In 1918, during the German Revolution, the ruling house of Wittelsbach, which governed Bavaria since 1180, was forced to abdicate in Munich and a short-living socialist republic was declared. In the 1920s, Munich became home to several political factions, among them the NSDAP, which was founded in the city in 1920. Though the first attempt of the Nazi movement to overtake the German government in 1923 with the Beer Hall Putsch, which was stopped by the Bavarian police in Munich with gunfire, the Nazis declared the city after their rise to power to be Hauptstadt der Bewegung (lit.: "Capital of the movement"). During World War II, Munich was heavily bombed and more than 50% of the entire city and up to 90% of the historic centre were destroyed. The postwar period was characterized by American occupation until 1949 and a strong increase of population and economic power during the years of the Wirtschaftswunder (lit.: economic miracle) after 1949. Unlike many other German cities which were heavily bombed and destroyed during World War II, Munich rebuilt most of its traditional cityscape and added a modern face to the city with the Olympic Stadium, while hosting the 1972 Summer Olympics. Especially since the 1980s, Munich and the entire surrounding region was characterized by a strong economic growth, the location of high-tech industries and scientific institutions, very low unemployment rates and a strong influx of people. The city is home to major corporations like BMW, Siemens, MAN, Linde, Allianz, MunichRE as well as many small and medium-sized companies. Munich is home to many national and international authorities, major universities, major museums and theaters. Its numerous architectural attractions, international sports events, exhibitions, conferences and Oktoberfest attract considerable tourism. Munich is one of the most prosperous and fastest growing cities in Germany. It is a top-ranked destination for migration and expatriate location, despite being the municipality with the highest density of population (4,500 inh. per km²) in Germany. Munich nowadays hosts more than 530,000 people of international background, making up 37.7% of the entire population. Мю́нхен (нем. München [ˈmʏnçən], бав. Minga, лат. Monacum, Monachium) — город на реке Изаре на юге Германии, в федеральной земле Бавария. Внерайонный город (нем. kreisfreie Stadt), одновременно являющийся столицей Баварии и административного округа Верхняя Бавария. Название города произошло от древневерхненемецкого Munichen — «у монахов». Население Мюнхена — 1 521 678 человек (31 декабря 2015). Таким образом, он является крупнейшим городом Баварии и третьим, после Берлина и Гамбурга, городом Германии. В Мюнхене находится правительство Баварии, правительство округа Верхняя Бавария, а также правительство мюнхенского городского округа. Мюнхен славится своими пивоваренными традициями. В городе находятся шесть крупных пивоварен, которые снабжают пивом знаменитый на весь мир Октоберфест — праздник пива, кренделей, жареных курочек и каруселей, ежегодно проводящийся в конце сентября — начале октября на Терезином лугу. Современный Мюнхен — не только сосредоточие культурных и музейных ценностей, но и крупный промышленный и исследовательский центр. Благодаря знаменитым университетам, одной из крупнейших в Европе Баварской государственной библиотеке, насчитывающей шесть миллионов томов, институтам имени Макса Планка и имени Хайнца Майера-Лейбница, ядерному научно-исследовательскому реактору и многим другим учреждениям Мюнхен удерживает прочные позиции в европейской науке. Также Мюнхен по праву считается ИТ-столицей Германии. Недвижимость в Мюнхене самая дорогая в Германии.
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31.8 31.2
dbp:mayRecordLowC
-2.3 −2.7
dbp:maySun
199 209
dbp:metricFirst
Y yes
dbp:north
dbr:Nuremberg dbr:Regensburg dbr:Ingolstadt
dbp:northeast
dbr:Landshut Prague ,
dbp:northwest
dbr:Ulm dbr:Augsburg dbr:Stuttgart
dbp:novHighC
6.9 7.7
dbp:novHumidity
80
dbp:novLowC
0.2 1.7
dbp:novMeanC
4.4
dbp:novPrecipitationMm
61 71
dbp:novRainDays
10.7
dbp:novRecordHighC
24.2 22.9
dbp:novRecordLowC
-11 −14.4
dbp:novSun
75 69
dbp:octHighC
14.3 13.2
dbp:octHumidity
71
dbp:octLowC
4.7 6.6
dbp:octMeanC
10.1
dbp:octPrecipitationMm
65
dbp:octRainDays
9.1
dbp:octRecordHighC
28.2 27
dbp:octRecordLowC
-4.5 −6.1
dbp:octSun
129 125
dbp:party
SPD
dbp:plzAlt
8000
dbp:popRef
n5:html
dbp:precipitationColour
green
dbp:rulingParty
CSU SPD
dbp:sepHighC
19.4 18.8
dbp:sepHumidity
61
dbp:sepLowC
10.5 8.9
dbp:sepMeanC
14.7
dbp:sepPrecipitationMm
86 75
dbp:sepRainDays
9.6
dbp:sepRecordHighC
31.8 31.7
dbp:sepRecordLowC
0.6 0
dbp:sepSun
173 163
dbp:singleLine
Y yes
dbp:source
sklima.de Data derived from Deutscher Wetterdienst dbr:World_Meteorological_Organisation
dbp:south
Innsbruck , Bolzano
dbp:southeast
dbr:Rosenheim Salzburg
dbp:southwest
Vaduz , Zürich
dbp:type
City
dbp:west
dbr:Memmingen
dbp:yearHighC
13.9
dbp:yearLowC
5.9
dbp:yearMeanC
9.7
dbp:yearOfFirstMention
1158
dbp:yearPrecipitationMm
944
dbp:wordnet_type
n106:synset-city-noun-3
n8:hasRank
_:vb27521474
n11:hypernym
dbr:Capital
Subject Item
_:vb27521474
n8:rankValue
397.073