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St. Michael's Church, Munich

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web
Famous for its Baroque architecture, St. Michael's Church Renaissance Jesuit church is the largest of its kind north of the Alps. Although the site was almost completely destroyed during World War II, the church has been renovated and now harbors a peaceful atmosphere. Several royals, including King Lugwig II and King Otto of Bavaria, are buried in the church's crypt. Be sure to look for the cornerstone, which was laid in 1583. To visit St. Michael's Church on your holiday in Munich, and find out what else Munich has to offer, use our Munich itinerary planner.
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  • A place that you can feel the peace. The site is open to all. It is situated in a shopping street that is attached to the Marienplatz square
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  • it is really amazing. So beautiful !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Paintings, marble, everything it's really impressive and services are really a must. The statue of Saint Michael is really devoting. I loved t...  read more »
  • Upon entering the Church surprises as you can decorate both with so little (almost all stucco). It is those churches that if you dedicate time, surely you will find more details that call you attention. We did not know of the crypt, but it pointed out to me for the next visit.
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  • One of my favorite churches in Munich with a special spirit you feel even not being a believer.
  • We enjoyed the quick visit to the church in the summer of 2015.
  • Wonderful Experience , King Ludwig II Grave. Nov 2015
  • I coundnt describe the experience in there....
  • Beautiful church!
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