Nymphenburg Palace lies on the outskirts of Munich, Germany. It was the summer residence for the rulers of Bavaria.
The palace is built in the Baroque style, with facades 700 metres wide. The Stone Hall features frescoes by Johann Baptist Zimmermann and decorations by François de Cuvilliés. Some of the rooms have been redesigned with rococo or neoclassical stylings.
The palace is located in a 490 acre park with a canal and two lakes. Today, it is a popular tourist attraction.