Haidhausen (Munich)

From Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Template:Unreferenced thumb, Germany. Located between the Max-Weber-Platz and the Wiener Markt.]]

Haidhausen is a quarter of Munich, Germany. It is now part of the borough —or stadtbezirk— number 5 Au-Haidhausen.


Haidhausen is located above the quarter Au. It is bordered to the north by Bogenhausen, Berg am Laim to the east, to the south by Au, and the west border of the district is delimited by the Isar river.

The boundary of the zone runs north along the Prinzregentenstraße avenue then west of the square Vogelweideplatz between the civic amenity site and the tram depot on the railway track which forms the eastern border, where the entire track is still part of Haidhausen. In the south the Rosenheimer, Hoch, Rabl and Balanstraße streets form the border with Au. To the west there are the right banks of the Isar river.


Haidhausen was first mentioned in the year 808 under the name of haidhusir described in the documents as a settlement of small houses and a church.

Famous locals

  • Erhard Paskura painter