Another great church in this fascinating city. The altars are truly remarkable. We also went into the crypt to view Ludwig's tomb, 2€ entrance fee but worth it.
St. Michael's is located right in the middle of the pedestrian area so it is a very easy stop if you are close by. The outside of the church is beautiful and unlike any of the other European churches. The inside is just as spectacular with all of the details and carvings. Don't miss St. Michael's, it is really a... More
It always amazes me that a simple walk down the pedestrian street of Munich could house so many beautiful churches. THis one being one of then. Its a very large building and easy to spot. its well worth a look inside.. very beautiful
While in Bavaria, we became intrigued with the life of King Ludwig II and went not only to two of his castles but to Starnbergersee, the lake where he died. We saw the church there that was built in his memory and the memorial cross in the lake at the place they found his and his doctor's body. So, of... More
A gorgeous old church... definitely worth a stop in as you explore Munich. Pay the few euros to go down into the crypt and see the tombs of many members of the Wittlesbach family... including King Ludwig II.
Just astounded at the beauty of this church. It was interesting to tour and also to light a candle and say a prayer. Architecture is beautiful as well as the fictures. A must see with easy access form the Marienplatz.
Many of the ancient buildings, including the churches of Munich were damaged during WW II and then restored. I visited Saint Peter's , Saint Micheal's, Frauenkirche and some others that I stumbled across, entered, but could not identify. Each church is moving, humbling, stunning and unique, but there are some common characteristics: 1) A heavy, massive door that the tiny... More
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