Routes Germany BavariaMunich
Chinese tower

Munich, Bavaria, Germany

Chinese tower

Length15.2 mi
Elev. Gain5730.2 ft
Est. Steps35000
Created by Sue
Introduction
Chinese tower is a 15.3 mile (35,000-step) route located near Munich, Bavaria, Germany. This route has an elevation gain of about 5730.2 ft and is rated as hard. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.
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Bogenhausen

Place
Bogenhausen is the 13th borough of Munich, Germany. It is the geographically largest borough of Munich and comprises the city's north-eastern quarter, reaching from the Isar on the eastern side of the Englischer Garten to the city limits, bordering on Unterföhring to the north, Aschheim to the east and the Haidhausen borough to the south.

McGraw Kaserne

Place
The McGraw Kaserne is a former military installation in southern Munich, Germany, which was used by the U.S. Military during the occupation of Germany after World War II. The main building (building number 7; 110 m × 85 m and 18 m high) was one of the first ones in Germany to be built using steel frame technology.

Agfa-Commando

Place
Agfa-Commando is the widely used name for the München-Giesing - Agfa Kamerawerke satellite camp of the Dachau concentration camp. By October 1944, the camp housed about five hundred women. They were used as slave laborers in the Agfa camera factory (part of the IG Farben group) in München-Giesing, a suburb on the S.

Munich Leuchtenbergring station

Place
München-Leuchtenbergring is a railway station on the Munich–Salzburg line in the Bogenhausen quarter of Munich, Germany. It is an elevated station above the Leuchtenbergring, part of Munich's Mittlerer Ring road system. The station serves both the eastern part of Bogenhausen (north of the railway tracks) and the western part of Berg am Laim (south of the tracks).

Münchner Freiheit (Munich U-Bahn)

Place
Münchner Freiheit is a Munich U-Bahn interchange station in the Munich borough of Schwabing-Freimann. Here, the U3 and U6 subway lines part, with U3 continuing west towards Scheidplatz and U6 continuing north towards Freimann. The station serves as a major interchange for northern Munich.Underground, the station consists of two island platforms, each servicing two tracks.

Munich Giesing station

Place
Munich-Giesing station (German: Bahnhof München-Giesing) is a railway station in the district of Obergiesing in the Bavarian state capital of Munich and is a station of the Munich S-Bahn and the Munich U-Bahn. It is located on the Munich East–Deisenhofen railway, the Munich-Giesing–Kreuzstraße railway, which branches off to the east from the Munich East–Deisenhofen line next to the Perlacher Forst cemetery, and the second trunk line of the Munich U-Bahn.

Böhmerwaldplatz (Munich U-Bahn)

Place
Böhmerwaldplatz is a Munich U-Bahn station on the U4 line, near Böhmerwaldplatz, in the borough of Bogenhausen.

Isarring

Place
The Isarring is a four-lane section of the Mittlerer Ring, the Bundesstraße 2 R (federal highway), in Munich. It is used by 110,000 cars every day and was constructed in 1966.

Karl-Preis-Platz (Munich U-Bahn)

Place
Karl-Preis-Platz is a Munich U-Bahn station on line U2. Since 12. December 2011 it is also used by the booster line U7 in the morning.The station is situated below Claudius-Keller-Straße in the borough of Ramersdorf. The walls are covered by grey-beige-colored panels, the floor is paved with artificial gravels that resemble gravels from the river Isar.

Erlöserkirche, Munich

Place
The Erlöserkirche (Church of the Redeemer) is the oldest Lutheran church in Schwabing, part of Munich, Bavaria, Germany. The full name is Evangelisch-Lutherische Erlöserkirche. It was built from 1899 to 1901 on a design by Theodor Fischer, in a style combining historicism and Jugendstil.
Route Details

Length

15.2 mi

Elev. Gain

5730.2 ft

Est. Steps

35000
Created by
Sue
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