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What is Theatinerkirche
The Catholic Theatiner Church St. Cajetan in Munich was built from 1663 to 1690, it was founded by Elector Ferdinand Maria and his wife, Henriette Adelaide of Savoy, as a gesture of thanks for the birth of the long-awaited heir to the Bavarian crown, Prince Max Emanuel, in 1662 (...)
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About Theatinerkirche elsewhere
"The Gothic style never took hold in southern Germany as it did in England and France, although the style can be seen in the somber brick profile of the Frauenkirche, constructed from 1468 to 1525."
"It is in Munich's center where eyes gaze upon architectural masterpieces from the Neues Rathaus, Frauenkirche, and taste the wonderous Hofbräu beer in the while listening to "Take Me Home Country Roads" in the Hofbräuhaus."
"A basilica in the style of the Italian High Baroque, it is one of Munich's finest churches, and together with the Frauenkirche and Peterskirche one of the city's most prominent landmarks."
"In the late 15th century Munich underwent a revival of gothic arts -the Old Town Hall was enlarged and a new cathedral -the Frauenkirche -constructed within only twenty years from 1468 onwards."
sebu from Finland wrote about Theatinerkirche 4 years, 9 months ago
A very special sight from the outside, with its yellow colour and a stunning interior in all white. Well worth a visit. Also, there's a lot of other sights around, so you'll pass by here anyway. Just don't forget to take a peek inside.
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pelicanpoker from USA wrote about Munich 4 years, 10 months ago
With Museums fit to amuse the mind for days on end, and sights such as the Glockenspeil, Munich does not disappoint. The world famous Hofbrau House is always welcoming for those looking for a thirst quencher. With the famous ale for the adults, and tasty orange soda for the kids, there is almost always live music playing to accompany the drinks. For a taste of Germany's past, visit Hofbrau, for some drinks, and some of the nearby food vendors for tasty treats.
With over 800 seats Munich's Hirschgarten is the biggest beergarden in Europe. It's the perfect location for a chilled Sunday in Summer. The location is great, the whole area is covered by shady big trees. Besides tasty bavarian beer you can order some typical food, too.
But in a traditional bavarian beergarden, you are allowed to bring your own food.
jussi from Finland wrote about Deutsches Museum 4 years, 9 months ago
The mother of all technology museums. The museum is huge and there are many rooms with different themes and displays. My favorite was the hangar-sized aeronautics hall. We were unsure whether we should go to Deutsches Museum or the BMW building. In the end we decided to go to both but I think Deutsches Museum won hands down.
Munich is a great city, green, with a live city center, a great museum and very good beer I was there for business and stayed in Sheraton Arabellapark, which is in Bogenhausen area so not in the center but very convenient location - hotel rooms, service and food top of the range I was there for business and stayed in Sheraton Arabellapark, which is in Bogenhausen area so not in the center but very convenient location - hotel rooms, service and food top of the range!
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