This film set street was built as a city district for the series “Löwengrube” in 1986. Facades and full sets built in a plain, bourgeois style line up over a length of approx. 75 meters and a width of approx. 40 meters on a total area of 3,400 square meters. The facades are between 9 and 14 meters high. Munich Street is arranged as an enclosure with two squares, one large central street, and several small alleys. Several camera positions are possible thanks to the angled floor plan. The street surface is of granite cobblestones and is framed by sidewalks, while rails are inserted in the center. All facades are equipped with platforms near the windows, thus simplifying the use of spotlights or extras. All along the street, the ground-level shops in the arcade can be decorated as a whole or just around the shop windows to be used as a backdrop. The facades can be painted, patinized, and decorated as required by the production. The doors and windows are easily replaceable.