- This collection began as the royal herb garden in 1813, and was added to over the decades, with the legacies of several famous botanists and a collection of plants from Munich University. Today there are over 2.5 million dried plants and mushrooms, as well as numerous preserved specimens and illustrations. The collection contains almost 50% of all currently known species; most of the collection stems from Bavaria, the Alps and Chile. The research institute can also be used by private individuals who can have their plants identified here. Admission: free.
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