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Ramersdorf is a part of Munich located in the south-east of the city, bordering Giesing, Berg am Laim, and Neuperlach.

It is served by U-Bahn lines U2 and U5 which stop at Karl-Preis-Platz, Innsbrucker Ring and Michaelibad stations.

Bus lines 55, 144, 145, 155 and N45 also serve Ramersdorf. The historic center of Ramersdorf is the place around the old church "Maria Ramersdorf", located at the corner of Rosenheimer Straße and Innsbrucker Ring.

Today, Ramersdorf is considered one of the not-so-nice parts of the city, with 100% public housing dating back to the 1920s and 1950s around Karl-Preis-Platz and Innsbrucker Ring U-Bahn stations.

However, there are very nice middle-class parts of Ramersdorf with row houses and single family homes, especially around Hechtseestraße and Berger-Kreuz-Straße.
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