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St. Catejan is a church that salutes the the birth of the long-awaited heir to the Bavarian crown, Prince Max Emanuel, in 1662. Dripping in fabulous, it is a place that will calm your spirit as you eyes dance around the room looking at beauty....More
During our visit the church and street were under construction/ rehab so we did not see it under the best conditions. However, Theatinerkirche is worth a visit an only a very short walk north of the Residence Museum. The church interior is surprisingly simplistic but...More
I went to St. Kajetan when i was visiting Munich in June 2018. Its an Architectural heaven to be honest. The rich baroque Architectural style, Breathtaking details and the mesmerizing environment there’s nothing really not to like.
Built in the 1600s and rebuilt after the Second World War, the façade is beautiful and looks like any ordinary church. When you enter, you'll notice the white décor and statues. It is as if they didn't have time to color them. That's what gives...More
The majestic facade and interior of this church are enthralling. Facing the Bavarian Army Monument, where people mill around, it attracts the foot traffic heading for the English Garden, from Marienplatz.
In Munich, there are a number of churches with fascinating interiors and this one...More
This is easily the most beautiful and impressive Church that I have seen. It was built as a gesture of thanks for the birth of the long-awaited heir to the Bavarian crown in 17th century. Inside it is made of white marble with beautiful ornate...More