A vast green borough, Aubing-Lochhausen- Langwied is the biggest borough in Munich. At the same time it has the lowest population density. There are still large areas of forest, farmland, and water here.
Aubing is a historic area, having being mentioned in records as far back as 1010 AD. It is bisected by the Munich-Buchloe railway line. Alt-Aubing, the old village area, still has some historic buildngs, including the Gothic and Baroque-style St. Quirin Church, with a Romanesque tower erected in 1480.
Neuaubing was developed in the early 1900s as a residential area for workers, especially railyway employees.