Neubiberg

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Template:Infobox German location Neubiberg is a municipality south-east of Munich, Germany, founded in 1912. It used to have an airport that was used as a Luftwaffe-base in the Third Reich and after the war as an U.S. airbase and in the following years as the German Air Force officer school. Today the largest part of the area is used by Bundeswehr University Munich. Neubiberg consists mainly of semi-detached and detached houses and has lots of gardens. The village of Unterbiberg is part of the municipality. It hosts the headquarters of Infineon Technologies (Campeon) located in the west of Unterbiberg as well as the headquarters of Intel Mobile Communications GmbH and Lantiq, a fabless semiconductor business.

Twin towns

Ablon-sur-Seine in France.
Tschernogolowka in Russia.

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