Milbertshofen-Am Hart

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District map
View from the Olympiaturm to the BMW Museum and the BMW Headquarters
Finish of the Munich Marathon in the Olympic Stadium

Milbertshofen, Am Riesenfeld and Am Hart are three boroughs situated in the north of Munich in Germany. Jointly, they form the city district 11 Milbertshofen-Am Hart. As of December 2016, the three boroughs had 76.255 inhabitants.

Location

Milbertshofen-Am Hart is surrounded by Schwabing-Freimann (east), Schwabing-West (south), Neuhausen-Nymphenburg (southwest), Moosach and Feldmoching-Hasenbergl (west). North of it comes the municipality Oberschleißheim.

Description

In Milbertshofen-Am Hart is the Olympiapark (with the 291-metre-high Olympiaturm Munich's tallest building, the Olympiahalle, Olympiastadion, Erinnerungsort Olympia-Attentat, Sea Life München, Olympic Village) and the BMW Museums (BMW Welt, BMW Group Classic, BMW Museum and BMW Tower). Other notable buildings include BMW FIZ, Knorr-Bremse headquarter, Bayerisches Landesamt für Verfassungsschutz, Euro-Industriepark, Mira shopping center and Gymnasium München Nord. Green Areas include: Petuelpark, Hartelholz and Panzerwiese. The Olympiapark is the location of the Zentrale Hochschulsportanlage, Spartan Race Sprint as well as Start- and Finish location of the Munich Marathon and Start of the Wings for Life World Run Munich.


Coordinates: 48°11′54″N 11°34′35″E / 48.19833°N 11.57639°E / 48.19833; 11.57639

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