Munich
or German München geographical name city S Germany capital of Bavaria on the Isar population 1,229,052

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • MUNICH — Capitale du Land de Bavière, située sur l’Isar à 520 mètres d’altitude, Munich (en allemand München) a dépassé, depuis 1945, le cadre bavarois pour devenir une métropole européenne; son rythme d’accroissement est le double de celui des autres… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • MUNICH — (Heb. עיר הכמרים), capital of bavaria , central Germany. In 1229 a Jew called Abraham, from Munich, appeared as a witness at a Regensburg trial. In the second half of the 13th century Munich appears to have had a sizable Jewish community; the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Munich —    Munich (München) is the capital of Bavaria, an area the Romans originally conquered in the first century b.c. The beneficially situated village of Munich came under Carolingian dynastic rule in the 10th century and received its city charter in …   Historical dictionary of German Theatre

  • Múnich — (en alemán München), capital del estado federado de Baviera y, luego de Berlín y Hamburgo, la tercera ciudad más grande de Alemania. Está ubicada sobre el río Isar. * * * Munich, Pacto de (München) ► C. del S de Alemania, cap. del estado de… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Munich — Munich, ND U.S. city in North Dakota Population (2000): 268 Housing Units (2000): 124 Land area (2000): 0.614243 sq. miles (1.590882 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.005544 sq. miles (0.014360 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.619787 sq. miles (1.605242… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Múnich — El nombre de la ciudad de Alemania que en alemán se escribe München se ha incorporado al español a través de las adaptaciones francesa e inglesa de este topónimo, ya que la ch en posición final es ajena al sistema español. Puesto que la… …   Diccionario panhispánico de dudas

  • Munich — Bavarian capital, Ger. München, from root of Mönch monk (see MONK (Cf. monk)); founded 1158 as a market town by Benedictine monks. In allusions to appeasement it is from the meeting of German, British, French and Italian representatives there in… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Munich — [myo͞o′nik] city in SE Germany: capital of the state of Bavaria: pop. 1,256,000: Ger. name MÜNCHEN …   English World dictionary

  • Munich — For other uses of Munich or München , see Munich (disambiguation). München Munich …   Wikipedia

  • Munich — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Munich (homonymie). Munich …   Wikipédia en Français

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