This quiet and unassuming church, built by the Cosmas brothers in the 18th century, has an entrance that is framed by ... More
This quiet and unassuming church, built by the Cosmas brothers in the 18th century, has an entrance that is framed by foundations of raw rock. The interior is exquisite, with red stucco and marble walls - one reason that this church is regarded as a foremost example of German late-Baroque architecture. It had to be rebuilt after the Second World War.
Very unusual stone exterior leading inside to an absolute wonder of a baroque church. We happened by it by accident, and spent several return trips later trying to find it again, or even find the name of it. We found it on the internet, and it is located at Sendlinger Strasse 26. Don't miss it. You'll spend hours craning your neck to see everything in the ceiling and walls.
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 ...
Work on the Hofkirche (Royal Chapel) started during the reign of Frederick August II, under the oversight of Italian architect
Gaetano Chiaveri, who designed the church in the Romanesque style of the late baroque period. The foundation stone was ...
Set against a clear blue sky, the towers of the Frauenkirche (Cathedral of our Dear Lady) form Munich's most celebrated
landmark. The distinctive towers, built in 1525, make the church of considerable architectural interest as they are considered to ...