At Max Weber Square


As you know, our proctology practice is located directly at Max-Weber-Platz – and this square has changed its face several times in the last 100 years.

Did you know that Max Weber Square owes its name to two important personalities? In 1905, the square was named after the Haidhausen municipal clerk and later Munich magistrate Max Weber – and in 1998 it was additionally dedicated to the sociologist and national economist of the same name (and much better known).

The square is located between the Bavarian Parliament on one side and the Haidhausen district on the other. The former “glass shard quarter” outside the city walls with hostels, craftsmen and the municipal utilities located here has moulted into the exciting and hip “French quarter”.

With the settlement of the clinic “Rechts der Isar” of the Technical University, a center with medical practices of all specialties was created at Max-Weber-Platz. Until 1897, the Maximiliansbrauerei, where a palatable beer was brewed, stood on this spot at the corner of Ismaninger Straße.