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Dermatology Clinic Braun-Falco Munich
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The Dermatology Clinic Braun-Falco Munich is a highly specialized medical facility with an excellent reputation in Germany and far beyond its borders. The clinic specializes in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of skin diseases. For these purposes, it has innovative laser equipment, the Laboratory for Allergological and Histological Studies, as well as two modern operating rooms for surgical interventions of varying severity.
The clinic offers its services to patients of all age groups, ranging from infants to the elderly. In addition, the scope of tasks of the clinic’s medical team includes various anti-aging cosmetic procedures, such as wrinkle treatment.
The primary goal of all specialists working in the clinic is to provide optimal medical care, taking into account the aesthetic aspect. All diagnostic and therapeutic measures comply with the requirements of the German Society of Dermatology. They are also adapted to the patient’s individual needs and wishes.
Munich is a city on the Isar River in the south of Germany, in the federal state of Bavaria. The city is famous for the hospitality of its residents and numerous Bavarian holidays, which can give visitors a lot of impressions. Just take Oktoberfest alone, which is a large-scale beer festival held every year from late September to early October on the famous Terezin meadow. In addition, Munich is a large industrial and research center with one of the largest European libraries, Ludwig-Maximilian University, Max Planck Institute and other institutions of this kind.
One can find numerous attractions in Munich. The downtown has preserved three of the seven city gates: Karls, Sendlinger and Isar, built in the XIV century. The city’s oldest church is the St. Peter’s Church, built in the XII century. Its observation deck at an altitude of 91 m offers a magnificent view of Munich.
The center of Munich is the Marienplatz Square, near which one can see the "Fish Fountain". Marienplatz houses a New Town Hall built by the order of Ludwig I. The central part of this Neo-Gothic building is formed by the 85-meter tower with favorite Munich bell ringing. With a length of about 100 meters, the facade of the New Town Hall is decorated with figures and ornaments of the Bavarian dukes, princes, kings, legendary characters and saints. The courtyards are arranged according to the example of the courtyards of the Gothic castles and have a spiral tower staircase and stepped staircases with spacious platforms. Nearby is the Old Town Hall, which now houses the Toy Museum, the State Collection of Egyptian Art, the Royal Treasury, the Cuvillies Theater and the Hercules Concert Hall.
Special attention should be paid to Munich museums. The most famous among them are the Munich Glyptothek, the Old and New Pinakothek, the German Museum.