A tour of LMU Munich’s main building

The main building of Bavaria’s largest university is not only architecturally special. Full of history, it is also a monument to the passage of time and can now be experienced in the new guidebook LMU Munich’s Main Building — A tour of the historical landmark on Geschwister-Scholl-Platz — even if the building is not easily accessible in these coronavirus times.

The booklet, available in English or German, works especially well as a last-minute Christmas gift: It is available for purchase at the gate of the main building (card payment only), in the LMU Shop vending machine in the Philologicum library, or online, and costs 7 euros.

Source: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

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The EHEO general plan stresses that:

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