Bavarian ring

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Bavarian ring
coat of arms
Street in Munich
Bavarian ring
Bavariaring is the eastern curved part of the ring road around Theresienwiese
Basic data
State capital Munich
Townships Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt , Schwanthalerhöhe
Name received around 1887
Connecting roads Martin-Greif-Straße, Theresienhöhe, Bavariastraße
Cross streets Schwanthalerstraße , Sankt-Pauls-Platz, Pettenkoferstraße, Uhlandstraße, Rückertstraße, Beethovenstraße, Schubertstraße, Mozartstraße, Kobellstraße, Matthias-Pschorr-Straße, Hermann-Schmid-Straße, Stielerstraße, Güllstraße, Poccistraße, Hans-Fischer-Straße
Places Sankt-Pauls-Platz
Numbering system consecutive numbering on one side
Subway U 4, U 5 underground station Theresienwiese
User groups Pedestrian traffic , bicycle traffic , individual traffic , public transport
Road design Asphalt, mostly lined with avenue trees
Technical specifications
Street length 1.5 km

The Bavariaring is an approx. 1450 m long inner-city street in the Munich district of Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt . Together with the Theresienhöhe to the west, it borders the Theresienwiese . The monumental statue of Bavaria was the origin for the naming around 1887.


At Bavariaring 5 is the public lavatory at Bavariaring , at Bavariaring 37 is the Bavarian Teachers Association , at Bavariaring 46 is the Maria Theresia Clinic . The Theresienwiese underground station is at the Bavariaring . The Reich Office for Agricultural Policy was located at Bavariaring No. 21 .

The street is characterized by representative city villas

There are 26 listed buildings on Bavariaring, see also: List of architectural monuments in Ludwigsvorstadt .

Web links

Commons : Bavariaring  - collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. ^ A b Hans Dollinger: The Munich street names. 5th edition. Ludwig Verlag, Munich 2004, ISBN 3-7787-5174-3

Coordinates: 48 ° 7 ′ 48.6 ″  N , 11 ° 33 ′ 11.8 ″  E