The ancient church was constructed in 1709-10 according to plans by G.A. Viscardi and it has served as a church since 1778. ... More
The ancient church was constructed in 1709-10 according to plans by G.A. Viscardi and it has served as a church since 1778. Destroyed in World War II, it was the first church to be reconstructed in Munich in 1945-46. The facade is in its original condition and on the lower floor is the last resting place of the Jesuit Rupert Mayer (1876-1945) who fought for the resistance against the Nazi regime and is still revered by the people of Munich. On the upper floor you can see the renovated chapel.
Built for the 1972 Olympic Games, the Olympic complex is now used for a variety of leisure activities ranging from
sports events to concerts. The 287 meter (942 foot) high Olympic Tower boasts a stunning view of the city. ...
One of the oldest English style landscape gardens and one of the largest municipal parks in Europe, the Englischer Garten
(English Garden) is Munich's crowning glory. Although perhaps best known for its nudists, the park is popular with all ...
With more than 4,000 paintings on display, the Neue Pinakothek (New Picture Gallery) is regarded as one of Europe's most
important museums of art from the 19th Century. Erected in 1853, the original building was destroyed during the Second ...