Munich's City Hall entertains large audiences several times a
day with performances by its Glockenspiel in the high tower.  
Knights joust and acrobats do somersaults on different levels.  
A great show for free, and in my 2003 Germany video.
Munich's landmark Catholic Church of Our Lady
(Frauenkirche) was built in the 15th century.
The Nymphenburg Palace, most associated with Bavarian
King Ludwig I.  Unlike his grandson, Ludwig II, who built
fairytale castles and was judged insane, Ludwig I collected
the most beautiful women in Bavaria.  See below.   
One panel from the Ludwig I's Gallery of Beauties in
Nymphenburg.  38 portraits in all, painted by a court artist
over many years.  Ludwig I was always suspected of having
more than an artistic relationship with the beauties.
Ludwig II's world famous castle of Neuschwanstein, the
model borrowed by Walt Disney for Sleeping Beauty's
Castle.  Ludwig II was declared insane and probably
murdered in 1886 to prevent him from spending any more
of the royal treasury on castles.
If you have a high speed internet connection, watch the
Intrepid Berkeley Explorer's 2003 Germany video by clicking
and the 1990 film by clicking here: Berlin and Paris