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Cincinnati, OH 45219
President@cincincinnatisistercity.org

For info on programs contact the individual sister cities

    For The Indian Film Festival Featuring Indie South Asian films

contact 513 886 5817

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     FOUNDING PRESIDENT

     Gusti Kent

    Year:1989

CURRENT OFFICERS

About Munich

 

Became a Sister City: 1989
Population: 1,259,000
Land Area: 120 miles2
Distance from Fountain Square: 4532 mi

 

Munich offers a wealth of beautiful parks and castles including the Englischer Garten, Botanical Gardens and Stadium, Zoo Hellabrunn, the Residenz, Schloss Nymphenburg and Herrenchiemsee. King Ludwig II built his fabulous residences Linderhof and Neuschwanstein. The Neues and Altes Rathaus (city hall) define two sides of Marienplatz, the central plaza where visitors enjoy a historic Glockenspiel. For a taste of traditional entertainment, try the Viktualienmarkt and Hofbrauhaus. Munich’s tradition of Oktoberfest, nearly two centuries old, was originally a marriage celebration of Crown Prince Ludwig to Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen.

Cincinnati’s Tyler Davidson Fountain was designed and fabricated in Munich, arriving in 1871 as a gift to the city from Cincinnatian Henry Probasco.

Please visit the Cincinnati Munich Sister City site

PRESIDENT

Ute Papke

Contact Utemunich@icloud.com

721 Lullaby Court Cincinnati, Ohio 45238

phone 513 582-7525