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Boroughs of Munich


Since the administrative reform in 1992, Munich (German: München) is divided into 25 boroughs or Stadtbezirke:

The Boroughs of Munich

Boroughs since the administrative reform in 1992:
  1. Altstadt-Lehel
  2. Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt
  3. Maxvorstadt
  4. Schwabing-West
  5. Au-Haidhausen
  6. Sendling
  7. Sendling-Westpark
  8. Schwanthalerhöhe
  9. Neuhausen-Nymphenburg
  10. München-Moosach
  11. Milbertshofen-Am Hart
  12. Schwabing-Freimann
  13. Bogenhausen
  14. Berg am Laim
  15. Trudering-Riem
  16. Ramersdorf-Perlach
  17. Obergiesing
  18. Untergiesing-Harlaching
  19. Thalkirchen-Obersendling-Forstenried-Fürstenried-Solln
  20. Hadern
  21. Pasing-Obermenzing
  22. Aubing-Lochhausen-Langwied
  23. Allach-Untermenzing
  24. Feldmoching-Hasenbergl
  25. Laim
Before the administrative reform, Munich was divided into 41 boroughs:

  1. Altstadt
  1. (alt) Max-Joseph-Platz
  2. (alt) Angerviertel
  3. (alt) Sendlinger Straße
  4. (alt) City-Bezirk
  5. Maxvorstadt - Universitätsviertel
  6. Maxvorstadt - Königsplatz
  7. Maxvorstadt - Josephsplatz
  8. Marsfeld
  9. Wiesenviertel
  10. Isarvorstadt - Schlachthausviertel
  11. Isarvorstadt - Glockenbachviertel
  12. Isarvorstadt - Deutsches Museum
  13. Lehel
  14. Haidhausen
  1. (alt) Haidhausen
  2. (alt) Haidhausen-Süd
  3. Au
  4. Obergiesing
  5. Altobergiesing
  6. Fasangarten
  7. Untergiesing-Harlaching
  8. Untergiesing
  9. Harlaching
  10. Sendling
  11. Schwanthalerhöhe
  12. Neuhausen - Oberwiesenfeld
  13. Schwabing - Freimann
  14. Schwabing-Ost
  15. Freimann - Alte Heide
  16. Neuhausen - Nymphenburg
  17. östlich
  18. westlich
  19. Thalkirchen - Obersendling - Forstenried
  20. Thalkirchen - Prinz-Ludwigs-Höhe
  21. Obersendling
  22. Forstenried - Fürstenried
  23. Laim
  24. Schwabing - West
  25. Milbertshofen - Am Hart
  26. Schwabing-Nord
  27. Milbertshofen
  28. Am Hart
  29. Neuhausen - Moosach
  30. Äußere Dachauer Straße
  31. Moosach
  32. Bogenhausen
  33. Bogenhausen
  34. Oberföhring
  35. Daglfing - Denning
  36. Ramersdorf - Perlach
  37. Ramersdorf
  38. Perlach und Neuperlach
  39. Waldperlach
  40. Berg am Laim
  41. Trudering
  42. Alttrudering - Riem
  43. Gartenstadt Trudering
  44. Waldtrudering
  45. Feldmoching - Hasenbergl
  46. Feldmoching
  47. Harthhof - Lerchenau - Hasenbergl
  48. Ludwigsfeld
  49. Waldfriedhofviertel
  50. Pasing
  51. Villenkolonie I und II
  52. Alt-Pasing
  53. Solln
  54. Obermenzing
  55. Allach - Untermenzing
  56. Allach
  57. Untermenzing
  58. Aubing
  59. Aubing
  60. Neuaubing
  61. Lochhausen - Langwied
  62. südlich der Bahnlinie
  63. nördlich der Bahnlinie
  64. Hadern
  65. The boroughs of Munich until 1992

References

Source: muenchen.de (German) (English) (French)

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