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 Munich Technical University
(1868-    )

Königlich Bayerische ("Royal Bavarian") Technische Hochschule in München, today known as the Munich University of Technology, or Technical University of Munich (in German: Technische Universität München, TUM), is a major German university located in Munich (and the towns of Garching and Freising outside of Munich). The university is part of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, a society of Germany's leading research universities. It was founded in 1868 by King Ludwig II as a "Polytechnic School" and reorganized as a technical university in 1877. It no longer has a Geology-Mineraloft Department, though it still has a mineral collection.
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The Mineralogical Record -  Munich Technical University Mineral label with the official stamp of the Mineralogical Laboratory of the Royal Bavarian ("K.B.") Technical University in Munich. Bavaria became a republic in 1918, so this label dates that time.
The Mineralogical Record -  Munich Technical University Mineral label with the official stamp of the Mineralogical Laboratory of the Royal Bavarian ("K.B.") Technical University in Munich. Bavaria became a republic in 1918, so this label dates that time.
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