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I want to inform you that the home of both of the mentiones soccer clubs is not Giesing, but Harlaching (District No. 18 Untergiesing-Harlaching), whereas the historic village of Giesing is now called Obergiesing and forms district No. 17 of Munich. Since my English is not good enough to change this in the article itself (aside from pure delete the wrong sentence, which I don't want to without giving something in exchange (the article is short enough...) I write this on the discussion, so someone else may integrate the facts in the corresponding articles. Regards from Munich, Dominik Hundhammer, 7 July 2005 18:49 (UTC)


Obergiesing has two Parts 1 is Giesing 2 -Südgiesing does not exist the right name is Fasangarten. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 20:20, 3 July 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]