Cultural mile

Artists, clergymen, farmers and many others have characterised the image of the Blue Land in the past centuries.

The offer on our cultural mile is not only visible, but also audible. The mile shall take you on a journey through time into the past in our region. In addition to the information here, you can retrieve exciting additional information at every station of the cultural mile via your mobile phone or the attached audiofiles.

Pedestrian Zone Murnau

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Murnau’s pedestrian zone is the landmark of the marketplace.

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Murnau Castle Museum

The Castle Museum depicts the internationally significant history of art and literature associated with Murnau in the first third of the 20th century, and conveys the special features of the Alpine foreland as well as Murnau’s local tradition and culture, which is closely linked with this outstanding artistic work.

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Münter House

Gabriele Münter purchased the house on Kottmüllerallee in Murnau on 21 August 1909.

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Ramsach Church

The Ramsachkircherl (Ramsach Church), also called “Ähndl” in common parlance – is considered to be the oldest church in the region.

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Open-Air Museum Glentleiten

The largest open-air museum in southern Bavaria invites visitors to cast a glance into the everyday rural life of people in Upper Bavaria as well as their architecture and working environment.

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Kaulbach Villa

Painter Friedrich August von Kaulbach lived in Ohlstadt from 1850 to 1920 and built a villa in 1893. His works and also his atelier are presented there today.

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Bavarian State Stud Farm Schwaiganger

Schwaiganger is one of few still existing stud farms in Germany.

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Island of Wörth

freely accessible / always open

The island of Wörth is the largest of seven islands in Lake Staffelsee.

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Saint Agatha Church

Judging by an historical document, a church could have already existed in Uffing as early as the year 808.

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Saint Wolfgang Church

After an experience in his childhood, farmer Heinrich Hohenleitner promised to build a church out of gratitude.

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Saint John the baptist Church

A special feature of the Saint John the Baptist Church in Spatzenhausen is the “Madonna of the Rosary” by Weilheim sculptor Hanns Degler, who is among the outstanding artists of his time in the southern German region.

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Saint Stephan Church

The St. Stephan Church is located directly on Lake Riegsee and features works of traditional ecclesiastical art from the 18th century that are worth seeing.

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Freskenhof

Joseph Dichtl was a particularly talented dealer during the times of so-called “back frame carriers” who carried goods throughout Europe.

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