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Sendling Gate – city gate of Munich, southern exit from the city. They are one of the three surviving gates of the second line of the city's fortifications along with the Charles Gate and the Isar Gate. The gate is named after the village of Sendling, which today has become one of the districts of Munich.
The gate was built in the period from 1285 to 1337. Ludwig IV of Bavaria during the construction of the second row of city walls. The first mention of this gate dates back to 1319.
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