Helene Mayer Ring

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Helene Mayer Ring
coat of arms
Street in Munich
Helene Mayer Ring
Helene-Mayer-Ring shopping street
Basic data
State capital Munich
Borough Milbertshofen-Am Hart
Created 1971
Name received 1971
Cross streets Lerchenauer Strasse , Connollystrasse , Nadistrasse, Straßbergerstrasse
Numbering system Orientation numbering
Buildings Olympia Tower , Ecumenical Church Center in the Olympic Village
User groups Pedestrian traffic , bicycle traffic , individual traffic
Road design Well systems
Technical specifications
Street length 490 m

The Helene-Mayer-Ring is a street in the Olympic Village of the Olympic Park Munich .


The road is accessible to pedestrians on the surface and to motorists underground. The Helene-Mayer-Ring is the shopping street of the Olympiadorf with 36 retail units. The Olywelt eG u. a. engaged by buying stores. The colored "Media Lines" (yellow on the Helene-Mayer-Ring), a pipe system running on stilts by the Austrian architect Hans Hollein, serve as a guide. At Helene-Mayer-Ring 4 there is the 88-meter-high Olympia Tower , at Helene-Mayer-Ring 10 there is another high-rise building 76 meters high. The Ecumenical Church Center of the Olympic Village is located at Helene-Mayer-Ring 23/25 . In the east, the Helene-Mayer-Ring flows into Lerchenauer Straße . Connollystraße branches off to the west .

The street is named after the German-American fencer and Olympic champion Helene Mayer .

Individual evidence

  1. Successful model. In: sueddeutsche.de. July 31, 2015, accessed August 3, 2018 .
  2. https://www.sueddeutsche.de/muenchen/muenchen-olympiadorf-wohnen-1.4558800

Coordinates: 48 ° 10 ′ 55 ″  N , 11 ° 33 ′ 10 ″  E