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The enormous, 15th-century Frauenkirche can hold about 20,000 people. It stands as a symbol of Bavaria's capital city and features a rich collection of artwork from the 14th to 18th centuries. In the nave, you'll find Gothic stained-glass windows and the tomb monument of Holy Roman Emperor Louis IV. Be sure to look for the curious black mark resembling a footprint near the church entrance. This "devil's footprint" survived World War II bombing. You can ask locals about the legends surrounding it. For views of Munich and the Alps, you can climb up the church's 99 m (325 ft) south tower. Put Frauenkirche at the forefront of your travel plans using our Munich trip itinerary builder.
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Both onion domes of the Gothic cathedral and the city parish church known as the Frauenkirche are an unmistakable symbol of the city of Munich. Located in Munich's Old Town, not far from the centrally... read more »
Фрауэнкирхе- одна из самых больших, особенных и величественных церквей Мюнхена, поражает всех гостей Мюнхена своей грандиозностью и монументальностью. Фрауэнкирхе, одна из немногих церквей Европы, пос... read more »Frauenkirche Church Nuremberg is one of the largest, unique and majestic churches in Munich, strikes all visitors of Munich its grandeur and monumentality. Frauenkirche Church Nuremberg, one of the few churches of Europe, built in a relatively short period of timeshow original
Wnętrze mi się nie spodobało, choć bardzo lubię gotyk . Odwiedziłam rożne gotyckie kościoły i katedry w Bawarii i ta najmniej mi się podobała. W środku nie czuje się przestrzeni ,bo ciasne rzędy wielk... read more »Inside I did not liked it, though I really like Gothic. I visited various Gothic churches and cathedrals in Bavaria and the least I liked it. In the middle of not feeling of space, because the tight rows of great columns on both sides of the restrict view. You don't see even Windows. Is associated with the legend concerning the so-called Devil's foot, uwiecznionej in the floor in the back of the Church.show original
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While it's still under renovation, the towers are still visible from afar which makes for a picturesque photo. Do check out the Devil's Foot in the cathedral as well.
Wonderful church and great in the summer months to get out from the hot sun
Beautiful church where you can some history. The view in the evening is more colorful.
Great sound in the cathedral if you can go when they're singing
A stunning place,definitely worth the visit.
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