Munich (German: München) urban land harbor mouth Code: DEMUC, also known as Ming Hing, is the capital of Bavaria, Germany. Munich is divided into two parts, the old city and the new city, with a total area of 310 square kilometers. With a population of 1.3 million in 2010, it is the largest city in southern Germany and the third largest city in Germany (after Berlin and Hamburg); the metropolitan area has a population of 2.7 million. Munich is located on the Isar River at the northern foot of the Alps in southern Germany. It is one of Germany's main economic, cultural, technological and transportation centers. At the same time, Munich retains the quaint style of the original capital of the Kingdom of Bavaria, so it is called the "Village of Millions". It is the center of bioengineering, software and service industries. Munich is the second largest financial center in Germany (after Frankfurt).
Munich International Airport , located 29 kilometers northeast of the city of Munich, is one of the most important airports in Europe. Munich International Airport is the second largest airport in Germany (after Frankfurt International Airport) and the ninth largest airport in Europe. This airport not only provides passenger aircraft transportation, but also air cargo takes up the majority. Air freight transports nearly 114,000 tons per year (a growth of 20.1%), and road freight transports 100,000 tons. In addition, air mail is also available. Up to 23,000 tons, so it can also be called Germany's second shipping center. It was opened in 1992 and replaced the Munich-Riem Airport, which was used from 1939 to 1992.