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The Maximilianeum is home to the Bavarian Parliament ('Bayrischer Langtag') and is located on a hill just at the end of the famous Maximilanstrasse.
The building was designed by Friedrich Bürklin between 1857 and 1972 and is named after King Maximilian II.
Originally the Maximilianeum was built as a college and art gallery and even today, besides housing the Bavarian Parliament it is used as a residence for students who have won a scholarship for highly talented Bavarians.
The Parliament can be visited during public plenary sessions.