Bamberg house

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Bamberg house

The Bamberg house is a neo-baroque garden restaurant in the Munich district of Schwabing-West . It is the only building in Munich that shows features of the Franconian Baroque.


The Bamberg house is located at Brunnerstraße 2 at the western entrance to Luitpoldpark .


In 1912 , the Munich architect Franz Rank built a simple two-storey building in a prominent location near the newly created Luitpoldpark . The Baroque was sandstone - Sculpture of Böttinger house in Bamberg (also called "bounce house") that (Jews road today) was 14 was built from 1707 to 1713 in the former Jewish quarter, integrated into the facade. Shortly after 1900 these parts of the facade came into the possession of Rank, who transferred them to Munich.

On the occasion of the 90th birthday of Prince Regent Luitpold , Rank donated the building to the royal capital and residence of Munich, which still owns it. In World War II destroyed the Bamberger House in 1983 was completely rebuilt and houses a restaurant.


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Coordinates: 48 ° 10 '14.2 "  N , 11 ° 34' 4.8"  E