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Munich is one of the top destinations for city tourism in Germany and in Europe. With its over 800 years of history it has more to offer than the Oktoberfest and soccer. Come on a journey to discover Munich´s most amazing neighborhood of Haidhausen. It is near the city center and easy to reach.

More importantly, it is full of the true soul of Munich. Next to plenty of cafés there exist Munich´s most iconic beer halls, like the Hofbräukeller. Food gourmets will also love the many restaurants in the quarter, from Bavarian food to French cuisine to burgers.

Furthermore, there are many cultural events for classical music and Jazz. Museums like the Villa Stuck or the Deutsches Museum which is near Haidhausen offer new perspectives in European art and technology. Now find out more about what Haidhausen and Munich have to offer on these pages.

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The Artist Grützner

July 18, 2017

Villa of Grützner in Munich Haidhausen

Eduard von Grützner was an important German genre painter who lived in Haidhausen. He was born 1846 in Silesia and moved 1864 to Munich. There he studied at a private school under Herman Dyck.

In 1883 he moved to his villa in Haidhausen built by the architect Leonhard Romeis. The street where the villa stands was named after him to “Grütznerstrasse”. In his later years he was divorced from his wife and began collecting Asian art objects. He also learned Japanese in high age. 1925 he died in Munich.

The villa of Grützner is today protected as a monument.