One of the most significant Renaissance churches north of the Alps, St. Michael's was originally built for the Jesuits. ... More
St. Michael's Church
One of the most significant Renaissance churches north of the Alps, St. Michael's was originally built for the Jesuits. The inside is lavishly decorated and home to the second largest free-standing vaults in the world. There is an interesting answer as to why the church does not have a tower: when the first tower was destroyed while being built, Duke William V took it as a bad omen and built a much larger church, but without a tower. In the so-called "royal vault," visitors will come across the resting place of 40 members of the Wittelsbacher royal family.
This cast iron church was consecrated on Wednesday June 21st 1815. The unique structure is constructed of pre fabricated cast
iron sections and filled in with brickwork. Thomas Rickman and John Cragg, owner of the Mersey Iron Foundry, designed ...
St. Alphonsus Liguori "Rock" Church has been an area landmark since its dedication in 1872 and is now home to
more than 1,300 church families. Although it has undergone several additions since the 1800s, its mission has not changed. ...
Founded in 1902, this church is an integral part of the Theater District. In 1920, St. Malachy's Church experienced an
influx of actors, dancers, musicians, craftsmen, and tourists filling the seats, replacing the types of parishioners St. Malachy's had ...