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Minimalists stay away, for fear of inducing some stress-related coronary overload. This church is absolutely hideous but in such an iconic way that you may regret never having set eyes on it. The Asam bros didn't do things by half, that's for sure.
Such a beautifully built private chapel with careful detailing of our relationship with God shown as 3 levels of the altar area. The natural light appears to ascend each layer to represent that God is light.
It looks unpretentious from the outside and blends in...More
This is one of the many churches in the old city. It is on the small side but richly decorated. It is also rather dark. Once you get used to it, you notice all the carvings and paintings and decorations. A lot has been crammed...More
The Church of St. John Nepomuk is a small and unassuming church that houses a magnificently lavish rococo interior created by Munich's Asam Brothers. Hence, the name. The plain marble façade is adorned with unhewn rocks and a praying St. John. You enter into a...More