The street begins at Mühlburger Tor as the western continuation of Kaiserstraße. From there, it leads as a major east-west thoroughfare to Philippstraße in the city district of Mühlburg, from where it continues as Rheinstraße.
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The major part of Kaiserallee between Mühlburger Tor and the crossing with Herderstraße/Händelstraße extends through the city district of Weststadt. The part west of this crossing to Philippstraße lies within Mühlburg.
This place in the City map:
There are several tram stops on Kaiserallee, e.g.
Kaiserallee seen westward from Grashofstraße
View from house no. 47 towards Mühlburger Tor/Christuskirche
House no. 83-85 at the corner of Grillparzerstraße
The street is named after Wilhelm I, German Emperor (German: Deutscher Kaiser).
Kaiserallee received its current name in 1886. Previously it had borne the names Mühlburger Straße, Mühlburger Chaussee and Mühlburger Landstraße.
- The English Wikipedia about “Wilhelm I, German Emperor”